Minimal Overlap Rules for Bankruptcy
AbstractThis paper introduces a new way of representing bankruptcy rules.These representations are used to show that the minimal overlap rule is a composition of the Ibn Ezra rule and the constrained equal losses rule.The residual minimal overlap rule is analysed as an alternative extension of the Ibn Ezra rule, by using a composition with the constrained equal awards rule.
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bankruptcy; representations; Ibn Ezra rule; minimum overlap rule; duality;
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