Advances in Public Economics: Utility, Choice and Welfare

A Festschrift for Christian Seidl

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ISBN: 978-0-387-25705-1 (Print) 978-0-387-25706-8 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

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    Pages 1-15

    Competition, Welfare, and Competition Policy

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    Pages 17-30

    In What Sense is the Nash Solution Fair?

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    Pages 31-50

    Utility Invariance in Non-Cooperative Games

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    Pages 51-60

    Compensated Demand and Inverse Demand Functions: A Duality Approach

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    Pages 61-71

    Shadow Prices for a Nonconvex Public Technology in the Presence of Private Constant Returns

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    Pages 73-104

    A Glance at Some Fundamental Public Economics Issues Through a Parametric Lens

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    Pages 105-118

    Rent Seeking in Public Procurement

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    Pages 119-134

    A New Subjective Approach to Equivalence Scales: An Empirical Investigation

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    Pages 135-150

    Utility Independence In Health Profiles: An Empirical Study

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    Pages 151-172

    Constructing a Preference-Oriented Index of Environmental Quality

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    Pages 173-196

    Measuring and Evaluating Intergenerational Mobility: Evidence from Students’ Questionnaires

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    Pages 197-211

    Equity, Fiscal Equalization, and Fiscal Mobility

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    Pages 213-234

    Comparing Theories: What are We Looking for?

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    Pages 235-254

    Overbidding in First Price Private Value Auctions Revisited: Implications of a Multi-Unit Auctions Experiment

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    Pages 255-266

    Modelling Judgmental Forecasts under Tabular and Graphical Data Presentation Formats

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    Pages 267-288

    Understanding Conjunction Fallacies: An Evidence Theory Model of Representativeness

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    Pages 289-327

    The Riskless Utility Mapping of Expected Utility and All Theories Imposing the Dominance Principle: Its Inability to Include Loans, Commitments Even with Fully Described Decision Trees