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Is it possible to compare two pareto effiicient points?

Yes, but another thing is in terms of what. If you'd be talking about a discriminatory-monopolist case and a free-market case then you could compare them in the sense, that the first case has maximum ...
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Is it possible to compare two pareto effiicient points?

In my opinion, the only way in which two Pareto efficient points can be compared is in terms of their respective allocations of goods and not in terms of their efficiency (as they represent the ...
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Lump sum transfers to implement any Pareto efficient equilibrium as the market outcome

Here is the Edgeworth box of your exercise: The green dot with the curves running through it is your equilibrium allocation. The red and blue lines are indifference curves of $A$ and $B$, while the ...
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