The relation between non-bossiness and monotonicity
It is a well-known fact that in some economic environments, non-bossiness and monotonicity are interrelated. In this paper, we have presented a new domain-richness condition called weak monotonic closedness, on which non-bossiness in conjunction with individual monotonicity is equivalent to monotonicity. Moreover, by applying our main result to several types of economies, we have obtained characterizations in terms of non-bossiness.
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