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The perception that an allocation treats all economic agents fairly. A method of testing for fairness is the no-envy criterion: an allocation satisfies no-envy if there is no economic agent that prefers some other agent's allocation to their own. Fairness is related to, but distinct from, equity.

Subjects: Philosophy — Economics.

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