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20-10-2021 | Original Paper

Axiomatization of the counting rule for cost-sharing with possibly redundant items

Journal:
Social Choice and Welfare
Authors:
Gildas Sédry Fopa, Issofa Moyouwou, Joseph Siani
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Abstract

For cost allocation problems with an existing set of indivisible public resources with heterogeneous individual needs and non-rivalry access, an axiomatization is provided for the allocation rule that proportionally charges agents for a given resource with respect to their counting liability indices. The main result we obtain holds in the class of cost allocation rules that are additive in cost and simply combines a new independence property together with the well-known axioms of consistency and independence of supplementary items.

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