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    • Balancing supply and demand under bilateral constraints 

      Bochet, O.; İlkılıç, R.; Moulin, H.; Sethuraman, J. (Econometric Society, 2012)
      In a moneyless market, a nondisposable homogeneous commodity is reallocated between agents with single-peaked preferences. Agents are either suppliers or demanders. Transfers between a supplier and a demander are feasible ...
    • Self-selective social choice functions verify arrow and gibbard-satterthwaite theorems 

      Koray, S. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2000)
      This paper introduces a new notion of consistency for social choice functions, called self-selectivity, which requires that a social choice function employed by a society to make a choice from a given alternative set it ...