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A Dynamic Characterization of Rawls' Maximin Principle:Theory and Implications

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  • Cyrus Chu
  • Wen-Fang Liu

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  • Cyrus Chu & Wen-Fang Liu, 1998. "A Dynamic Characterization of Rawls' Maximin Principle:Theory and Implications," Working Papers 0051, University of Washington, Department of Economics.
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