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The Unreasonable Fairness of Maximum Nash Welfare
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The maximum Nash welfare (MNW) solution --- which selects an allocation that maximizes the product of utilities --- is known to provide outstanding fairness guarantees when allocating divisible goods. Expand
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No agent left behind: dynamic fair division of multiple resources
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We develop a dynamic model of fair division, and propose desirable axiomatic properties for dynamic resource allocation mechanisms. Expand
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Beyond Dominant Resource Fairness
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We study the problem of allocating multiple resources to agents with heterogeneous demands. Expand
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The Unreasonable Fairness of Maximum Nash Welfare
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The maximum Nash welfare (MNW) solution—which selects an allocation that maximizes the product of utilities—is known to provide outstanding fairness guarantees when allocating divisible goods. Expand
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Betting Strategies, Market Selection, and the Wisdom of Crowds
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We investigate the limiting behavior of trader wealth and prices in a simple prediction market with a finite set of participants having heterogeneous beliefs. Expand
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When do noisy votes reveal the truth?
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A well-studied approach to the design of voting rules views them as maximum likelihood estimators; given votes that are seen as noisy estimates of a true ranking of the alternatives, the rule must reconstruct the most likely true ranking. Expand
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Preference Elicitation For Participatory Budgeting
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We propose and evaluate the input format of choice for participatory budgeting, and show that knapsack voting should receive serious consideration as an input format. Expand
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Peer Prediction with Heterogeneous Users
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We solve this problem by clustering agents based on their reporting behavior, proposing a mechanism that works with clusters of agents and designing algorithms that learn such a clustering. Expand
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Fair Division with Subsidy
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We show that envy-freeness can be achieved if a third party is willing to subsidize by providing a small amount of money (divisible good), which can be allocated along with the indivisible goods. Expand
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Fair Public Decision Making
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We generalize the classic problem of fairly allocating indivisible goods to the problem of fair public decision making, in which a decision must be made on several social issues simultaneously, and, unlike the classic setting, a decision can provide positive utility to multiple players. Expand
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