Dénes Pálvölgyi

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The classical bankruptcy problem (O'Neill, 1982) is extended by assuming that there are multiple estates to be divided. In the finite case, there are finitely many estates and the agents have homogenous preferences, i.e., constant utilities, per estate, but preferences may differ across estates. In the general case, i.e., the infinite estate problem,(More)
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