A Note On Luenberger'S Zero-Maximum Principle For Core Allocations
In this note, we state a zero-maximum principle for core allocations, a result which was foreseen by Luenberger (1995). We prove a generalization of the first-zero maximum theorem of Luenberger. Roughly said, an allocation is in the core if for every coalition, the sum of individual benefit functions is non-positive. We also provide some partial converses which give a generalization of the second-zero maximum theorem of Luenberger.
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Volume (Year): 09 (2007)
Issue (Month): 03 ()
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