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date: 20 February 2020

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The object is this chapter is to survey the central concepts of the theory of fair allocation is their application to several important classes of problems: the classical model of exchange, the full allocation of a single commodity among agents with single-peaked preferences, the adjudication of conflicting claims, object-and-money allocation problems, economies with production.

Keywords: fair allocation, no-envy, egalitarian-equivalence, solidarity, consistency, equal opportunities

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