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2019-02-11

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Kym Pram

ABSTRACT

I define Weak Implementation under incomplete information. A social choice set is weakly implementable if the set of equilibrium outcomes of some mechanism is a non-empty subset of the social choice set. Weak implementation is a more natural objective than either full or partial implementation in many cases. I show that there are social choice sets where every subset can be weakly implemented, yet the set cannot be fully implemented. I give a complete characterization of the weakly implementable social choice sets under a weak restriction on preferences. As a corollary, I show that in independent private values environments the set of interim efficient social choice functions is weakly implementable whenever it is partially implementable. More... »

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Economic Theory

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