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Robustness of Intermediate Agreements for the Discrete Raiffa Solution

  • Walter Trockel

    (Bielefeld University)

These notes consist of two parts. In the rst one I present a counter example to Proposition 3 of Anbarci & Sun (2013). In the second part I propose a correction based on an axiom similar to one used by Salonen (1988) in the rst axiomatization of the Discrete Rai a solution.

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Paper provided by Center for Mathematical Economics, Bielefeld University in its series Center for Mathematical Economics Working Papers with number 472.

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