Multi-issue bankruptcy problems with crossed claims
|Author/s||Acosta, Rick K.
Algaba Durán, Encarnación
|Department||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Matemática Aplicada II (ETSI)|
|Abstract||In this paper, we introduce a novel model of multi-issue bankruptcy problem inspired from a
real problem of abatement of emissions of different pollutants in which pollutants can have
more than one effect on atmosphere. ...
In this paper, we introduce a novel model of multi-issue bankruptcy problem inspired from a real problem of abatement of emissions of different pollutants in which pollutants can have more than one effect on atmosphere. In our model, therefore, several perfectly divisible goods (estates) have to be allocated among certain set of agents (claimants) that have exactly one claim which is used in all estates simultaneously. In other words, unlike of the multi-issue bankruptcy problems already existent in the literature, this model study situations with multi- dimensional states, one for each issue and where each agent claims the same to the different issues in which participates. In this context, we present an allocation rule that generalizes the well-known constrained equal awards rule from a procedure derived from analyzing this rule for classical bankruptcy problems as the solution to a sucession of linear programming problems. Next, we carry out an study of its main properties, and we characterize it using the well-known property of consistency.
|Citation||Acosta, R.K., Algaba Durán, E. y Sánchez-Soriano, J. (2021). Multi-issue bankruptcy problems with crossed claims. Annals of Operations Research,|