We analyze an alternative to the standard rationalizability requirement for observed choices by considering non-deteriorating selections. A selection function is a generalization of a choice function where selected alternatives may depend on a reference (or status quo) alternative in addition to the set of feasible options. A selection function is non-deteriorating if there exists an ordering over the universal set of alternatives such that the selected alternatives are at least as good as the reference option. We characterize non-deteriorating selection functions in an abstract framework and in an economic environment.
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- Bossert, W. & Sprumont, Y., 2000.
"Core Retionalizability in Two-Agent Exchange Economies,"
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2000-09, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en économie quantitative, CIREQ.
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