An Edgeworth equilibrium is an allocation that belongs to the core of every n -fold replica of the economy. In  we studied in the setting of Riesz spaces the properties of Edgeworth equilibria for pure exchange economies with inﬁnite dimensional commodity spaces. In this work, we study the same problem for economies with production. Under some relatively mild conditions we establish (among other things) that: 1. Edgeworth equilibria exist; 2. Every Edgeworth equilibrium is a quasiequilibrium; and 3. An allocation is an Edgeworth equilibrium if and only if it can be “decentralized” by a price system.
Aliprantis, Charalambos D.; Brown, Donald J.; and Burkinshaw, Owen, "Edgeworth Equilibria in Production Economies" (1986). Cowles Foundation Discussion Papers. 1027.