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Indeed, in view of the inequality dH(F(q(t)), F(q(t + 7))) ::; Lllq(t) - q(t + 7)11, we get sUP aEl 11 -z a a 1 11 + dH(F(q(t)),F(q(t+7)))dt::; Lsup Z aEl < LC1 = c, a a l + Ilq(t) -q(t+7)lldt as claimed. 1). It is required that (i) Q is complete, Banach Contraction Principle for Multivalued Mappings 21 (ii) T: Q --+ BC(Q) is contractible. p. e. for all q1, q2 E Q, where L1 E [0,1). Observe that, in view of the above arguments, we can already get that T(Q) C BC(Q), provided additionally that F and S are convex-valued.
It is namely well-known that F possesses a Lipschitz-continuous selection with (not necessarily the same, but still) a sufficiently small Lipschitz constant (see [AC], p. p. selection (see [D] and the references therein). g. [RS]). 12) Remark. 10) is an AR-space, provided again that F and S are compact and convex-valued. References [A) J. Andres, Almost-periodic and bounded solutions of Caratheodory differential inclusions, Differential Integral Equations 12, 6 (1999), 887-912. [AGG1] J. Andres, G.
Providence RIll, 221-227. Characterizing the Premium at the Equilibrium of a Reinsurance Market with Short Sale Constraints Guillaume Bemis l and Elyes Jouini l ,2 1 2 CERMSEM, Universite Paris 1, 106-112 Bd de I'H6pital, 75647 Paris cedex 13, France CREST, 5 Bd Gabriel Peri 92245 Malakoff Cedex, France. Abstract. This paper investigates necessary conditions for an equilibrium to exist on a reinsurance market with short sale constraints. It establishes that, at the equilibrium, there exists an equivalent probability measure under which the reinsurance premium is the compensator of the jump process describing the risk (even if, a priori, the form of the premium does not allow" a la Girsanov" changes of probability).
Approximation, Optimization and Mathematical Economics by Jan Andres, Lech Górniewicz (auth.), Prof. Dr. Marc Lassonde (eds.)