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A consistent theory of demand is possible without the transitivity axiom. Here it is shown that a class of nontransitive orderings can be represented by a continuous numerical function, in such a way that an individual's demand function may be found by solving a constrained maximum problem.
Econometrica © 1974 The Econometric Society