All Rights Reserved
AccessEcon LLC 2006, 2008.
Powered by MinhViet JSC

Francesca Centrone
''Representation of Epstein-Marinacci derivatives of absolutely continuous TU games''
( 2016, Vol. 36 No.2 )
We show that, for some classes of transferable utility (TU) games widely used in Game Theory and Mathematical Economics, Epstein and Marinacci derivatives have a natural representation in terms of a "generalized" Radon-Nikodym derivative. This has a straightforward interpretation in a General Equilibrium context, where marginal contributions can be seen as a fair way to reward each group of agents.
Keywords: Non-additive set functions, Shapley value, non-atomic games, derivatives of transferable utility (TU) games, Radon-Nikodym derivative, marginal contributions, production economy, General Equilibrium.
Manuscript Received : Mar 12 2014 Manuscript Accepted : Jun 11 2016

  This abstract has been downloaded 1329 times                The Full PDF of this paper has been downloaded 156037 times