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- Antoine Bommier, Stéphane Zuber
- Social Choice and Welfare
- 2008

A social welfare function treating all generations equally is derived from a set of axioms that, contrary to the Utilitarian approach, allows for preferences for Catastrophe Avoidance. Implications… (More)

- Stéphane Zuber, Geir B. Asheim
- J. Economic Theory
- 2012

The discounted utilitarian criterion for infinite horizon social choice has been criticized for treating generations unequally. We propose an extended rank-discounted utilitarian (ERDU) criterion… (More)

- Stéphane Zuber
- 2009

We study a version of Harsanyi’s theorem (Harsanyi, 1955) in a framework involving uncertainty. Without assuming the sure-thing principle but sticking to consequentialism, we obtain that a Paretian… (More)

We contribute to population ethics by proposing and axiomatizing rankdiscounted critical-level generalized utilitarianism (RDCLU). Population ethics is needed for evaluation of policies, e.g.,… (More)

- Stéphane Zuber
- 2017

This paper studies the extension of Harsanyi’s theorem (Harsanyi, 1955) in a framework involving uncertainty. It seeks to extend the aggregation result to a wide class of Monotonic Bernoullian and… (More)

- Antoine Bommier, Ronald Lee, Tim Miller, Stéphane Zuber
- Population and development review
- 2004

Public transfer programs in industrial nations are thought to benefit the elderly through pension and health care programs at the expense of the young and future generations. However, this… (More)

- Marc Fleurbaey, Thibault Gajdos, Stéphane Zuber
- Mathematical Social Sciences
- 2015

Harsanyi (1955) proved that, in the context of uncertainty, social rationality and the Pareto principle impose severe constraints on the degree of priority for the worst-off that can be adopted in… (More)

We propose and axiomatize probability adjusted rank-discounted critical-level generalized utilitarianism (PARDCLU). We thus generalize rank-discounted utilitarianism (RDU) to variable population and… (More)

- Thierry Bréchet, Julien Thénié, +5 authors Stéphane Zuber
- 2010

This article presents an analysis of the behavior of countries defining their climate policies in an uncertain context. The analysis is made using the S-CWS model, a stochastic version of an… (More)

The Pareto principle is often viewed as a mild requirement compatible with a variety of value judgements. In particular, it is generally thought that it can accommodate different degress of… (More)