Multi-Service Serial Cost Sharing: A Characterization of the Moulin-Shenker Rule
AbstractWe focus on the Moulin-Shenker cost sharing rule as a natural extension of the serial rule to multi-service facilities where services are personalized. We show that it is the unique regular rule that is compatible with scale invariance and self consistency.
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Serial cost sharing; multi-service facilities;
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