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Consider the most simple problem in microeconomics, a maximization problem with an additive separable utility function over bundles of two goods which provide equal satisfaction to an agent. Although simple, this framework allows for a very wide range of applications, from the Arrow-Debreu contingent claims case to the risk-sharing problem, including standard portfolio choice, intertemporal individual consumption, demand for insurance and tax evasion. We show that any Engel curve can befatcat:54byte2b6jhghohvedei3uupli