The Constrained Equal Award Rule for Bankruptcy Problems with a Priori Unions
AbstractIn this paper, we provide four extensions of the constrained equal award rule for bankruptcy situations to the class of bankruptcy situations with a priori unions. We present some characterisations and relations with corresponding games. The four new extensions are illustrated by a specific application.
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bankruptcy; a priori unions; constrained equal award;
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