Axiomatic Analysis of Resource Allocation
AbstractThis essay reports (without attempting an exhaustive survey of the literature) on a body of formal research rooted in the models with which these authors were concerned : the model of bargaining, the model of coalitional opportunities, and the model of distribution of unproduced resources; and dealing axiomatically with a variety of other allocation problems.
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Date of creation: 1995
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