Multiple Causation, Apportionment, and the Shapley Value

@inproceedings{Ferey2016MultipleCA,
  title={Multiple Causation, Apportionment, and the Shapley Value},
  author={Samuel Ferey and Pierre Dehez},
  year={2016}
}
Multiple causation is one of the most intricate issues in contemporary tort law. Sharing a loss suffered by a victim among multiple tortfeasors is indeed difficult and Courts do not always follow clear and consistent principles. Here, we argue that the axiomatic approach provided by the theory of cooperative games can be used to clarify that issue. We have considered the question from a purely game theoretic point of view in Dehez and Ferey (2013). Here we propose to analyze it in a legal… CONTINUE READING

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