The Measurement of Social Welfare

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Index
A
Admissibility, 19, 28, 29, 70, 100-101, 103, 201
Alchian, A., 217, 218, 240, 253-254
Allais, M., 215, 242, 247
Allen, R. G. D., 145
Andrews, T. G., 231
Aquinas, T., 333
Archibald, G. C., 257
Archimedean postulate, 232-234
Archimedes, 232
Armstrong, W. E., 134, 146-179, 230
Arrow, K., 15, 17-58, 33, 62, 65, 68, 70, 71, 73, 78, 89, 102, 131, 146, 155, 159, 178-179, 181, 204, 234-236, 262-267, 281-283, 286, 287, 289, 295, 303, 325, 330, 332
Asch, Solomon E., 315
Attitudes toward gambling (or Risk), 207, 222-224, 236-250, 251
B
Bailey, M., 25, 61, 81, 94, 97
Bare preference (see also Threshold preference and Marginal preference), 146, 148-179, 230-231
Barone, E., 8
Basic personality, 56, 57
Bator, F. M., 91, 114
Baumol, W. J., 8, 52, 62, 65, 73, 77, 95, 150, 205, 215, 263, 273, 322, 325
Bergson, A., 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 30-36, 27, 45-52, 62, 84, 200-201, 264, 330
"Bergson frontier," 109
Bernoulli, D., 203-205
"Betweenness," preference and spatial, 137, 156, 283-287
Black, D., 178-179, 280-287, 294
Blau, J., 24, 26-30
C
Cannan, E., 9
Carnap, R., 259
Certainty equivalent, 205
Charnes, A., 236
Chave, E. J., 189, 293
Chipman, J., 232-233
Citizen's sovereignty (see Consumer's sovereignty)
Clark, J. M., 73, 145, 174, 323
Coalition, 310, 311, 312
Community indifference curves, 91, 109
Compensation:
payment of, 61-79, 192-193
possibility of, 80-103
"Compensation Principle," 8, 61-79, 80-103, 108, 117, 123, 192, 290
Complete ordering (see Connexity)
Condition 1 (Arrow's), 19-21, 28, 29, 30, 44, 70, 99, 287, 329
Condition 2 (Arrow's), 20, 25, 27, 28, 44, 70, 181, 184, 282, 287, 329
Condition 3 (Arrow's) ("Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives"), 21-22, 25, 44, 45, 70, 71, 81, 99, 100, 127-144, 181, 183, 205, 282, 287, 329
Conditions 3′ and 3″ ("Modified Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives"), 143
Condition 4 (Arrow's) ("Imposition"), 22-23, 24, 27, 44, 71, 141, 282, 287, 304, 329
Condition 5 (Arrow's) ("Dictatorship"), 23, 24, 26, 29, 44, 71, 141, 282, 287, 301-308, 313-314, 317, 318, 329
Conditions of correspondence, 330
Connexity (or connectedness), 19, 20, 23, 219, 227-229, 282
Consensus of preferences (values), 46-51, 72, 290-295, 296-298, 301-308, 312-336

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