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On the multiplicity of solutions in generation capacity investment models with incomplete markets: a risk-averse stochastic equilibrium approach

Bibliographic reference Abada, Ibrahim ; de Maere d'Aertrycke, Gauthier ; Smeers, Yves. On the multiplicity of solutions in generation capacity investment models with incomplete markets: a risk-averse stochastic equilibrium approach. In: Mathematical Programming B, Vol. 165, p. 5-69 (2017)
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