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    • Minimal bools of rationales 

      Apesteguía, José Upna; Ballester Oyarzun, Miguel Ángel Upna (2005)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      Kalai, Rubinstein, and Spiegler (2002) propose the rationalization of choice functions that violate the “independence of irrelevant alternatives” axiom through a collection (book) of linear orders (rationales). In this ...
    • On the equivalence of the two existing extensions of the leximax criterion to the infinite case 

      Arlegi Pérez, Ricardo Upna; Ballester Oyarzun, Miguel Ángel Upna; Besada, M.; Miguel Velasco, Juan Ramón de; Nieto Vázquez, Jorge Upna; Vázquez, C. (2006)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      Using a common framework, we consider the two existing extensions of the leximax criterion to infinite environments (Arlegi et al. (2005) and Ballester and De Miguel (2003), and show that, though the respective definitions ...
    • A theory of reference dependent behavior 

      Apesteguía, José Upna; Ballester Oyarzun, Miguel Ángel Upna (2004)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      There is extensive field and experimental evidence in a wide variety of environments showing that behavior depends on a reference point. This paper provides an axiomatic characterization for such behavior. Our approach is ...
    • Variable population egalitarian ethics and the critical-level: a note 

      Arlegi Pérez, Ricardo Upna; Ballester Oyarzun, Miguel Ángel Upna; Nieto Vázquez, Jorge Upna (2000)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      This paper explores the introduction of a variable critical-level in a variable population context. We focus the attention on the “Critical-Level Egalitarian Rule”, a social evaluation procedure which compares two social ...