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  • BLACKORBY, Charles; BOSSERT, Walter; DONALDSON, David (2003)
    This paper provides new versions of Harsanyi’s social aggregation theorem that are formulated in terms of prospects rather than lotteries. Strengthening an earlier result, fixed-population ex-ante utilitarianism is ...
  • BLACKORBY, Charles; BOSSERT, Walter; DONALDSON, David (2002)
    This paper characterizes welfarist social evaluation in a multi-profile setting where, in addition to multiple utility profiles, it is assumed that there are several profiles of non-welfare information. We prove new versions ...
  • BLACKORBY, Charles; BOSSERT, Walter (2004)
    This paper, which is to be published as a chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Political Economy, provides an introduction to social-choice theory with interpersonal comparisons of well-being. We argue that the most promising ...
  • BLACKORBY, Charles; BOSSERT, Walter; DONALDSON, David (2005)
    Intertemporal social-evaluation rules provide us with social criteria that can be used to assess the relative desirability of utility distributions across generations. The trade-offs between the well-being of different ...
  • BLACKORBY, Charles; BOSSERT, Walter; DONALDSON, David (Université de Montréal, Département de sciences économiques, 2006-09)
    This paper reviews the welfarist approach to population ethics. We provide an overview of the critical-level utilitarian population principles and their generalized counterparts, examine important properties of these ...
  • BLACKORBY, Charles; BOSSERT, Walter; DONALDSON, David (2003)
    Public policies often involve choices of alternatives in which the size and the composition of the population may vary. Examples are the allocation of resources to prenatal care and the design of aid packages to developing ...
  • BLACKORBY, Charles; BOSSERT, Walter; DONALDSON, David (2001)
    This paper examines several families of population principles in the light of a set of axioms. In addition to the critical-level utilitarian, number-sensitive critical-level utilitarian and number-dampened families and ...

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