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Kuntal Banerjee
Kuntal Banerjee
Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University
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On the extension of the utilitarian and Suppes–Sen social welfare relations to infinite utility streams
K Banerjee
Social Choice and Welfare 27 (2), 327-339, 2006
412006
Generalized time-invariant overtaking
GB Asheim, C d’Aspremont, K Banerjee
Journal of Mathematical Economics 46 (4), 519-533, 2010
362010
On the equity-efficiency trade off in aggregating infinite utility streams
K Banerjee
Economics Letters 93 (1), 63-67, 2006
322006
Fixed‐step anonymous overtaking and catching‐up
GB Asheim, K Banerjee
International Journal of Economic Theory 6 (1), 149-165, 2010
292010
On the impatience implications of Paretian social welfare functions
K Banerjee, T Mitra
Journal of Mathematical Economics 43 (3-4), 236-248, 2007
222007
On the continuity of ethical social welfare orders on infinite utility streams
K Banerjee, T Mitra
Social Choice and Welfare 30 (1), 1-12, 2008
142008
Do all constructive strongly monotone inter-temporal orders exhibit impatience?
K Banerjee, RS Dubey
Journal of Mathematical Economics 52, 66-69, 2014
122014
On Wold’s approach to representation of preferences
K Banerjee, T Mitra
Journal of Mathematical Economics 79, 65-74, 2018
102018
On multi-utility representation of equitable intergenerational preferences
K Banerjee, RS Dubey
Econophysics and economics of games, social choices and quantitative …, 2010
102010
Impatience implication of weakly Paretian orders: Existence and genericity
K Banerjee, RS Dubey
Journal of Mathematical Economics 49 (2), 134-140, 2013
62013
How stationarity contradicts intergenerational equity
GB Asheim, K Banerjee, T Mitra
Economic Theory 72, 423-444, 2021
42021
Suppes–Sen maximality of cyclical consumption: The neoclassical growth model
K Banerjee
Journal of Mathematical Economics 70, 51-65, 2017
42017
On the representation of preference orders on sequence spaces
K Banerjee
Social Choice and Welfare 43, 497-506, 2014
42014
Will all southern countries extend patent protection to northern innovations
T Kabiraj, K Banerjee
32002
Equivalence of utilitarian maximal and weakly maximal programs
K Banerjee, T Mitra
Journal of Mathematical Economics 46 (3), 279-292, 2010
22010
Corrigendum to “Simple preference intensity comparisons”[J. Econ. Theory 192 (2021) 105199]
K Banerjee
Journal of Economic Theory 204, 105519, 2022
12022
On the Representability of a Class of Lexicographic Preferences
K Banerjee
Economics Bulletin 38 (2), 1213-1218, 2018
2018
THE KEIO ECONOMIC SOCIETY
CO Time, Y Okada, AA Batabyal, S Chaudhuri, K Goto, N Innovations, ...
Keio Economic Studies 39, 2002
2002
On Woldks Suffi ciency Approach to Representation of Preferences
K Banerjee, T Mitra
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