AllRules: All conflicting claims rules simultaneously

Description Usage Arguments Note Author(s) References Examples

Description

This function runs simultaneously all conflicting claims rules available in the package. It also calculates the Gini Index to check inequality among them.

Usage

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AllRules(E, C, Names = NULL, pct = 0, r = 2)

Arguments

E

Endowment

C

Claims

Names

Labels of the agents

pct

Format of the results. If pct=1, the output is given in percentage

r

Decimals of the table

Note

In order to calculate the rule properly, input the claims of the agents in ascending order.

Author(s)

Sebastian Cano-Berlanga <cano.berlanga@gmail.com>

References

Gallastegui M, Inarra E, Prellezo R (2003). "Bankruptcy of Fishing Resources: The Northern European Anglerfish Fishery." Marine Resource Economics, 17, 291–307.

Examples

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## replication of Gallastegui et al. (2003), Table 7.

CLAIMS <- c(158,299,927,2196,4348,6256,13952)
COUNTRIES <- c("Germany","Netherlands","Belgium","Ireland","UK","Spain","France")
INARRA <- AllRules(13500,CLAIMS,COUNTRIES)
summary(INARRA)

plot(INARRA,5) ## Display allocations for UK
LorenzRules(INARRA) ## Inequality graph


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