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In welfare theory it is standard to pick the consumption stream that maximizes the welfare of the representative agent. We argue against this position, and show that a benevolent social planner will generally place a greater weight on future consumption than does the representative agent. _____________________________________________________________________________________doi:10.21034/dp.137 fatcat:53l2n7f3xbhypjgdbqdkmzzv34