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The Nash bargaining solution is unchanged if any utility function Ui(x) is replaced by aui(x) + b. (The reason is, this will not change the preferences of individual i between alternatives). AXIOM 3. The Nash bargaining solution is Pareto efficient, that is, there is no other outcome preferred by every voter. AXIOM 4. The Nash bargaining solution is independent of irrelevant alternatives: if an outcome x is optimal for a set R of utility n-tuples, then it is optimal for any S C R such that x G R.
Social choice theory has been exhaustively studied since Arrow's work l. Social welfare functions have been extended to continuous domains of interest in economics and have been characterized in various ways. For example John Harsanyi 13 characterized a version of Bentham's social utility. In general, to have a nontrivial social welfare function of this type it is necessary to allow some degree of interpersonal comparison of utilities, that is one must say the value of alternative a for person i is greater than the value of alternative b for person j .
36 3 SOCIAL WELFARE F U N C T I O N S (SWF) A social welfare function, given a set of alternatives, expresses which choices are better than others for a given group of individuals. It is derived from knowing which alternatives are preferred to which others by the members of the group. A more combinatorial and discrete aspect of economics is the theory of social welfare functions 22 , 2 3 . Its most famous result won Kenneth Arrow a Nobel prize in 1973 for work done in 1951. f. in terms of Boolean matrices rather than the usual relation-theoretic approach.