Compromise solutions based on bankruptcy
AbstractIn this paper we introduce a new family of compromise solutions for the class of compromise admissible games.These solutions extend bankruptcy rules.In particular, we show that the compromise extension of the run-to-the-bank rule coincides with the barycentre of the core cover and characterise this rule by consistency.We also provide a characterisation of the TAL-family of rules.
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Date of creation: 2006
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Publication status: Published in Mathematical Social Sciences (2006) v.51, p.247-256
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