Inequalities based on Penalties paper published

A collaboration with Gleb and Marek has been accepted and published as part of a special issue on economic welfare in the International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems.

Title: Penalty-based and other representations of economic inequality

Authors: G. Beliakov, M. Gagolewski and S. James


Economic inequality measures are employed as a key component in various socio-demographic indices to capture the disparity between the wealthy and poor. Since their inception, they have also been used as a basis for modelling spread and disparity in other contexts. While recent research has identified that a number of classical inequality and welfare functions can be considered in the framework of OWA operators, here we propose a framework of penalty-based aggregation functions and their associated penalties as measures of inequality.


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