That my work has helped to motivate such a considerable number of excellent studies, queries, and even criticisms is a source of considerable satisfaction. A full set of comments would occupy more space than would be appropriate to the occasion. I will confine myself to scattered thoughts stimulated by reading the chapters that deal with impersonal scholarly issues. The reader of the chapters that deal with me more personally should I think be spared the refraction imposed by any comments I might make. I follow the grouping of chapters in the book.
- Income Distribution
- Social Choice
- Random Allocation
- Social Welfare Function
- Irrelevant Alternative
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Arrow, K.J. (1987). Reflections on the Essays. In: Feiwel, G.R. (eds) Arrow and the Foundations of the Theory of Economic Policy. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-07357-3_36
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