House allocation with fractional endowments

@article{Athanassoglou2011HouseAW,
  title={House allocation with fractional endowments},
  author={Stergios Athanassoglou and Jay Sethuraman},
  journal={Int. J. Game Theory},
  year={2011},
  volume={40},
  pages={481-513}
}
This paper studies a generalization of the well known house allocation problem in which agents may own fractions of different houses summing to an arbitrary quantity, but have use for only the equivalent of one unit of a house. It departs from the classical model by assuming that arbitrary quantities of each house may be available to the market. Justified envy considerations arise when two agents have the same initial endowment, or when an agent is in some sense disproportionately rewarded in… CONTINUE READING
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