Rush T. Stewart
Mathematical Social Sciences, 2020, vol. 104, issue C, 23-28
This paper generalizes rationalizability of a choice function by a single acyclic binary relation to rationalizability by a set of such relations. Rather than selecting those options in a menu that are maximal with respect to a single binary relation, a weakly pseudo-rationalizable choice function selects those options that are maximal with respect to at least one binary relation in a given set. I characterize the class of weakly pseudo-rationalizable choice functions in terms of simple functional properties. This result also generalizes Aizerman and Malishevski’s characterization of pseudo-rationalizable choice functions, that is, choice functions rationalizable by a set of total orders.
Keywords: Aggregation; Binariness; Multi-criteria choice; Rationalizability (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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