David Schmeidler

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Let J be a norm-continuous functional on the space B of bounded E-measurable real valued functions on a set S, where S is an algebra of subsets of S. Define a set function v on £ by : v(E) equals the value of I at the indicator function of E. For each a in B let /0 coo (v(a > a) v(S)) da+ v(a > a) da. -oo Jo Then / = J on B if and only if I(b + c) = 1(b) +(More)
Inevitably, reading is one of the requirements to be undergone. To improve the performance and quality, someone needs to have something new every day. It will suggest you to have more inspirations, then. However, the needs of inspirations will make you searching for some sources. Even from the other people experience, internet, and many books. Books and(More)
We study and characterize axiomatically a class of voting rules, called consent rules, that incorporate aspects of majoritarianism and liberalism. An outcome of the vote specifies who among the voters are eligible to a certain right or qualification. Each outcome serves also as a permissible ballot. Consent rules are parameterized by the weights given to(More)
A model of information structure and common knowledge is presented which does not take states of the world as primitive. Rather, these states are constructed as sets of propositions, including propositions which describe knowledge. In this model information structure and measurability structure are endogenously defined in terms of the relation between the(More)
A decision maker is characterized by two binary relations. The first reflects decisions that are rational in an “objective” sense: the decision maker can convince others that she is right in making them. The second relation models decisions that are rational in a “subjective” sense: the decision maker cannot be convinced that she is wrong in making them. We(More)