Continuously Representable Paretian Quasi-Orders
AbstractTwo forms of continuity are defined for Pareto representations of preferences. They are designated â€œcontinuityâ€\x9D and â€œcoordinate continuity.â€\x9D Characterizations are given of those Pareto representable preferences that are continuously representable and, in dimension two, of those that are coordinate-continuously representable. Copyright Springer 2006
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preferences; Pareto order; continuous representations; D11; D70;
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