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Industrial Organization-Matilde Machado The Hotelling Model 7 4.2. 0000001789 00000 n It describes the time path of natural resource extraction which maximizes the value of the resource stock. endstream endobj 101 0 obj<>stream According to hHotelling rule, the value of natural is resources, if optimally used, must rise at the rate of interest. Hotelling’s theory begins with the fundamental trade-off that the owner of the resource, say, oil, faces. Hotelling’s theory begins with the fundamental trade-off that the owner of the resource, say, oil, faces. Stiglitz, Joseph E, 1976. " Hotelling's law is an observation in economics that in many markets it is rational for producers to make their products as similar as possible. This has been a perennial topic Hotelling assumed. The results obtained show no general support for the Hotelling-rule’s ability to predict future prices. This is the so-called Hotelling rule, the most well known result in natural resource economics. 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Dixon April 23, 2012 Hotelling's Rule is the observation that the exploitation of a nonrenewable resource can only be economically e cient if the resource owner's marginal pro t increases at the prevailing discount rate. ��Z���*��AC(��r�j��Wۼ�X�n�,اK΋�ம�~�ݶhݻH,��]�Z�����Z�V�J�&GF�[��� ��S��� Hotelling’s rule. 16(1), pages 80-86, January. Economists have long been concerned with the extraction of natural resources. 0000001649 00000 n %%EOF This is Hotelling™s Rule, which, in its simplest form, we expressed in continuous time as p_ p(t) = r; where p(t) is the price (value) of the resource. In fact, these two approaches to the price of oil are completely consistent. iv CONTENTS 4.7 Terms, study questions, and exercises . s10L9���Xl�6c�PBYC��E�����&0P��h�������u��;)|!u����D�B]"���!d%[� ��H ��� D @� 8u/s Hotelling’s Law is also referred to as the principle of minimum differentiation or Hotelling’s linear city model. Respond quickly and professionally, admit Hotelling's Rule in the limit: an agent-based exploration of the model space David S. Dixon April 23, 2012 Hotelling's Rule is the observation that the exploitation of a nonrenewable resource can only be economically e cient if the resource owner's marginal pro t increases at the prevailing discount rate. (This is the median voter theorem.) The owner can leave the oil in the ground indefinitely or extract and sell it right away and then purchase a financial asset with the proceeds. Hotelling assumed. extracted. !�K;0�G�v�p�J��}C��@����� +��R�;� Hotelling’s rule defines the net price path as a function of time while maximizing economic rent in the time of fully extracting a non-renewable natural resource. 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