Fair allocations in large economies

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The purpose of this paper is the study of problems of equity in an economy with many agents. Conditions are given under which every equitable and Pareto optimal allocation is a competitive equilibrium with equal incomes for all agents. The results are also of potential relevance for the literature on incentive compatibility since the allocations that are obained through incentive mechanisms in large economies turn out to be equitable. © 1981.




Champsaur, P., & Laroque, G. (1981). Fair allocations in large economies. Journal of Economic Theory, 25(2), 269–282. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-0531(81)90006-5

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