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Voting Paradoxes and Group Coherence

The Condorcet Efficiency of Voting Rules

Gehrlein, William V., Lepelley, Dominique

2011, XII, 385 p.

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“This book bridges the gap between the theoretical literature showing the possibility of counterintuitive results and the empirical findings of many experiments in which these counterintuitive results hardly or not at all appear. This is a very well written book, extremely rich in information, integrating many existing and new results and with an impressive number of references to the literature. It is an important and relevant step forward in the Theory of Social Choice, highly recommended to anyone interested in this field.” (H. C. M. de Swart, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1252, 2012)

 

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