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On social welfare orders satisfying anonymity and asymptotic density-one Pareto

Ram Dubey (), Giorgio Laguzzi and Francesco Ruscitti

Mathematical Social Sciences, 2021, vol. 111, issue C, 26-33

Abstract: We study the nature (constructive versus non-constructive) and the issue of real-valued representability of social welfare orders, on the set of infinite utility streams, satisfying the anonymity and asymptotic density-one Pareto axioms. We characterize the existence of representable and constructive social welfare orders (fulfilling the aforementioned axioms) in terms of easily verifiable conditions on the feasible set of one-period utilities, denoted by Y⊂R: a social welfare order satisfying anonymity and asymptotic density-one Pareto is representable and admits explicit description if and only if Y contains finitely many elements.

Keywords: Anonymity; Asymptotic density-one Pareto; Non-Ramsey set; Social welfare order (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1016/j.mathsocsci.2021.03.002

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