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In the classical theory of monotone equimeasurable rearrangements of functions, "equimeasurability" (i.e. the fact the two functions have the same distribution) is defined relative to a given additive probability measure. These rearrangement tools have been successfully used in many problems in economic theory dealing with uncertainty where the monotonicity of a solution is desired. However, in all of these problems, uncertainty refers to the classical Bayesian understanding of the term, wheredoi:10.2139/ssrn.2028547 fatcat:w7sylv4virbltd6bmpmyrgmihm