Equivalence of Resource/Opportunity Egalitarianism and Welfare Egalitarianism in Quasilinear Domains
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Keywordsegalitarianism; egalitarian-equivalence; no-envy; distributive justice; allocation of indivisible goods and money; fair auctions; the Groves mechanisms; strategy-proofness; population monotonicity; cost monotonicity; government requisitions; eminent domain;
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