Scitovszky indifference curve

Definition

Economics

  • An indifference curve for a group of individuals representing the minimum needed to keep all of them at given levels of utility. A well-behaved family of such indifference curves is defined holding utilities of all but one individual constant and varying only the one. These are useful in discussing the gains from trade. Due to Scitovszky (1942).
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