A Talmudic Approach to Bankruptcy Problems
Juan Moreno-Ternero ()
No 17.01, Working Papers from Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Department of Economics
Bankruptcy problems arise when agents hold claims against a certain (perfectly divisible) good, and the available amount is not enough to satisfy them all. A great source of inspiration to solve these problems emanates from the Talmud. We survey classical and recent contributions to the literature that constitute this Talmudic approach to bankruptcy problems.
Keywords: Bankruptcy problems; Talmud rule; TAL-family; Equal awards; Equal losses. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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