On the Arrow-Hahn utility representation method
In this paper we characterize metric spaces used in Beardon's generalization of Arrow-Hahn utility representation method as generalized Peano continua. For continuous preference relations defined on such metric spaces, we further construct an upper semi-continuous utility function which explicitly depends on the distance.
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