Testing for stochastic dominance among additive, multivariate welfare functions with discrete variable
This paper shows how to expand already existing conditions of stochastic dominance for additive welfare functions and proposes a test for multiple discrete variables based on Anderson’s (1996) nonparametric test.
Authors: Gaston Yalonetzky
Copyright holder: Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative
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