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page 1058 note 2 Aumann, R. J. and Maschler, Michael, “The Bargaining Set for Cooperative Games” in Advances in Came Theory (No. 52 in Annals of Mathematics), ed. Dresner, M., Shapley, L. S., and Tucker, A. W. (Princeton University Press, 1964), pp. 443–476Google Scholar. I am indebted to Richard Smith for pointing out the relevance of the bargaining set.
page 1059 note 3 In Riker, William H. and Ordeshook, Peter C., An Introduction to Positive Political Theory (Englewood Cliffe, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1973), p. 185Google Scholar, a similar argument is used about characteristic functions with positive slope, but it is described on p. 186 as “organizational” as distinct from mathematical.