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interdependent utility


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An assumption on individual preferences under which the subjective well-being of an individual depends on some measure of well-being of other individuals (a ‘reference group’), such as kin, peers, etc. An example is a consumption externality that can be negative (envy) or positive (altruism.)

Subjects: Economics.


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