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The present work is devoted to investigation of operator inclusions in partially ordered spaces and application of the obtained results to differential inclusions. We consider the inclusion Υ(x,x)∋y with respect to the unknown x∈X,where Υ:X×X⇒Y is a set-valued mapping, X and Y are partially ordered spaces. It is assumed that the mapping Υ is order covering with respect to the first argument and antitone with respect to the second argument. We prove that for any x0 ∈ X, if the set G(x0) contains an element y0 such that y ≼ y0, then there exists a solution to the inclusion under consideration, which satisfies the inequality x ≼ x0. This statement is applied to investigation of a Cauchi problem for the differential inclusion f(t,x,ẋ,ẋ)∋0 with a bound for the derivative of the unknown function ẋ(t)∈B(t) (here f:[a,b]×Rn×Rn×Rn ⇒Rm,B:[a,b]⇒Rn). We obtain conditions of solvability in the space of absolutely continuous functions, conditions of existence of a solution with the least derivative, and derive the solutions estimates. The latter results are applied to the analysis of the dynamic Walrasian-Evans-Samuelson model of economic processes, which can be reduced to a system of implicit differential inclusions. We establish the existence of the equilibrium and obtain estimates of the equilibrium prices.