n-Person Nonconvex Bargaining: Efficient Proportional Solutions
For n-person bargaining problems the family of proportional solutions (introduced and characterized by Kalai in 1977) is generalized to bargaining problems with non-convex payo sets. The so-called "ecient proportional solutions" are characterized axiomatically using natural extensions of the original axioms provided by Kalai (1977).
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