International Workshop on Computational Social Choice edition:5 location:Pittsburgh (US) date:23-25 June 2014
The purpose of this paper is to derive extensions of the weak axiom of revealed preference (warp) to collective households. We consider three different settings: the
general setting, where no information on the characteristics of goods is available; the private setting, where all goods are consumed privately without externalities, and finally, the dictator setting, where each observation is fully assigned to a single member of the household. For each of the above settings, we propose an extension of warp and we establish the complexity of testing that extension.