Nicoló A. (2004)

Efficiency and truthfulness with Leontief preferences. A note on two-agent, two-good economies. Review Economic Design 8, 373–382 (2004). 

 

Abstract:

In exchange economies where agents have private information about their preferences, strategy-proof and individually rational social choice functions are in general not efficient. We provide a restricted domain, namely the set of preferences representable by Leontief utility functions, where there exist mechanisms which are strategy-proof, efficient and individually rational. In two-agent, two-good economies we are able to provide an even stronger result. We characterize the class of efficient and individually rational social choice functions, which are fully implementable in truthful strategies.