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Priority, solidarity and egalitarianism

Social Choice and WelfareFebruary 2014·Youngsub ChunInkee JangBiung-Ghi JuDownload PDF(224 KB)View ArticleAbstractWe provide alternative axiomatic characterizations of the extended egalitarian rules (Moreno-Ternero and Roemer, Econometrica 74:1419–1427,2006) in a fixed-population setting of the canonical resource allocation model based on individual capabilities (output functions). Our main axioms aredisability monotonicity(no reduction in the amount of resources allocated to an agent after she becomes more disabled) andagreement(when there is a change in agents’ capabilities or total resources, all agents who remain unchanged should be influenced in the same direction: all unchanged agents get more or all get less or all get the same amount as before).Look
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The 12th meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare

The 12th meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare   June 18-21, 2014, Boston College
Keynote speakers: Arrow Lecture by Daron Acemoglu (MIT) ,  Condorcet Lecture by Parag Pathak (MIT) , Presidential Address by  Bhaskar Dutta (U. Warwick), Social Choice and Welfare Prize Lectures by Vincent Conitzer (Duke U.) and Tim Roughgarden (Stanford U.)
Submissions: from January 1st till March 1st, 2014.  The program will be announced by April 1st , 2014.
Program committee: Tommy Andersson (U. Lund), Carmen Bevia (Autonomous U. of Barcelona), Peter Biro (Hungary Academy of Science), Olivier Bochet (NYU Abu Dhabi, University of Bern), Anna Bogomolnaia (U. Glasgow), Felix Brandt (Technical U. Munich), Eric Budish (U. Chicago), Geoffroy de Clippel (Brown U.), Amrita Dhillon (King’s College London), John Duggan (U. Rochester), Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton U.), Takashi Hayashi (U. Glasgow), Nicole Immorlica (Microsoft Research), Biung-Ghi Ju (Seoul National U.), Scott Kominers (Harvard U.), Michel Le …