A policy may yield a Pareto superior outcome so long as the gains to those who benefit are greater than the losses to those who are worse off.

If allocation A is Pareto efficient, then there is no alternative allocation that is Pareto superior to A.

If allocation C is Pareto efficient but allocation D is not, then C must be Pareto superior to D

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