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Monotonicity and Bounds for Cost Shares under the Path Serial Rule

  • Truchon, Michel
  • Téjédo, Cyril

We pursue the analysis of the Path Serial Cost Sharing Rule by examining how the cost share of an agent varies with respect to its own demand and the one of other agents. We also provide bounds for cost shares under an appropriate assumption on the cost function. On poursuit l'analyse de la règle séquentielle avec sentiers (Path Serial Rule) pour le partage des coûts. On étudie la variation de la part du coût d'un agent par rapport à sa demande et celles des autres agents. On montre également que, avec une hypothèse appropriée sur la fonction de coût, les contributions exigées des agents avec cette règle se situent à l'intérieur de bornes raisonnables.

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Paper provided by Université Laval - Département d'économique in its series Cahiers de recherche with number 0203.

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Date of creation: 2002
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Handle: RePEc:lvl:laeccr:0203
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