This note shows that if the space of events is sufficiently rich and the subjective probability function of each individual is non-atomic, then there is a σ-algebra of events over which everyone will have the same probability function, and moreover, the range of this common probability is the entire unit interval.
KeywordsAgreement Subjective probability Objective probability
JEL Classification NumbersC69 D79 D89
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