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  • n. Symbol for the centiampere, an SI unit of electrical current equal to 10−2 amperes.

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  • We think of c as a name for the element cA in the structure A, and likewise with the other symbols.

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  • He walked until he found the mill cottage he'd lived in those few short weeks and was pleas cA to see how nicely all the houses on the street had been renovated.

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  • There is perfect risk-sharing amongst active households, and these agents have identical consumption for aggregate state st: cA (st, γ) = cA (st).

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  • For cA cI 1 − α where cI = µ + A, the middle panel of Figure 3 shows that this curve is downward sloping.

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  • ¯ (32) The fi rst equation represents the combination of values of γ and cA that satisfy goods market ¯ γ ¯ clearing, and can be used to express the fraction of rebalancers (i.e., γu) as a function of their 7 Given that these equations are static, we simplify our notation, ignoring that these variables depend on st. consumption.

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  • For cA > cI, the state-contingent transfer of an active household (i.e. x = cA − cI) is positive, as is the cost of transferring funds.

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  • In the endogenous rebalancing model, this intersection occurs at a point in which cA > cI, though consumption of a rebalancer is not much higher than the consumption of a non-rebalancer, re fl ecting their purchase of the annuity.

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