Shadow Pricing Rules for Partially Traded Goods
This paper shows how to shadow price partially traded goods following the standard rules of cost-benefit analysis, i.e. identifying the individuals affected, measuring their corresponding compensating variations, and aggregating those measures according to a distributional value judgement. The analysis is conducted in a partial equilibrium framework, allowing for direct operational application.
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