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Social Choice and Welfare

1984 - 2014

Current editor(s): John Duggan, Marc Fleurbaey, Wulf Gaertner and Maurice Salles

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Volume 14, issue 4, 1997

Hansson's theorem for generalized social welfare functions: an extension pp. 471-478 Downloads
John Duggan
Political-economic equilibrium when parties represent constituents: The unidimensional case pp. 479-502 Downloads
John Roemer
Anonymity and neutrality in Arrow's Theorem with restricted coalition algebras pp. 503-512 Downloads
H. Reiju Mihara
Non-cooperative implementation of the core pp. 513-525 Downloads
Roberto Serrano and Rajiv Vohra
A note on the existence of progressive tax structures pp. 527-543 Downloads
Efe A. Ok
Modeling large electorates with Fourier series, with applications to Nash equilibria in proximity and directional models of spatial competition pp. 545-562 Downloads
Bernard Grofman and Samuel Merrill III.

Volume 14, issue 3, 1997

Equitable agendas: agendas ensuring identical sincere and sophisticated voting decisions pp. 363-377 Downloads
K. B. Reid
Strategy-proofness on Euclidean spaces pp. 379-401 Downloads
T. Storcken, Hans J.M. Peters, H. v. d. Stel and W. Peremans
Rational choice and revealed preference without binariness pp. 403-425 Downloads
Klaus D. Nehring
A spatial model of political competition and proportional representation pp. 427-438 Downloads
Ignacio OrtuÓo-OrtÎn
Double implementation in Nash and strong Nash equilibria pp. 439-447 Downloads
Sang-Chul Suh
Competitive lobbying for a legislator's vote: A comment pp. 449-464 Downloads
Randolph Sloof
Book Review: John Broome: Counting the Cost of Global Warming. The White Horse Press, Cambridge, 1992 pp. 465-467 Downloads
Peter J Hammond
Book Review: W.A. Barnett, H. Moulin, M. Salles, N.J. Schofield (eds.): Social choice, welfare and ethics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1995.ISBN 0-521-44340 pp. 468-470 Downloads
Donald E. Campbell

Volume 14, issue 2, 1997

Social choice and resource allocation: a topological perspective pp. 147-160 Downloads
Geoffrey Heal
Market arbitrage, social choice and the core pp. 161-198 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky
Topological and discrete social choice: in a search of a theory pp. 199-209 Downloads
Yuliy M. Baryshnikov
Informational geometry of social choice pp. 211-232 Downloads
Donald G. Saari
Topological methods in social choice: an overview pp. 233-243 Downloads
Paras Mehta
A note on continuous social choice pp. 245-248 Downloads
Yuqing Zhou
Strategy-proofness of continuous aggregation maps (*) pp. 249-257 Downloads
Heine Rasmussen
The geometry of implementation: a necessary and sufficient condition for straightforward games (*) pp. 259-294 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky and Geoffrey Heal
Homotopy properties of Pareto aggregation rules pp. 295-302 Downloads
Gleb Koshevoy
Social choice with infinite populations: construction of a rule and impossibility results pp. 303-318 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky and Geoffrey Heal
Topological aggregation, the case of an infinite population pp. 319-332 Downloads
Luc Lauwers
Topological aggregation of preferences: the case of a continuum of agents pp. 333-343 Downloads
E. IndurÂin, J. C. Candeal and Graciela Chichilnisky
Continuity and equity with infinite horizons pp. 345-356 Downloads
Luc Lauwers
A note on weak \infty-Chichilnisky rules pp. 357-358 Downloads
Luc Lauwers
Some issues related to the topological aggregation of preferences: addendum (*) pp. 359-361 Downloads
Esteban Induráin, José Ramón Uriarte and Juan Carlos Candeal

Volume 14, issue 1, 1996

The dynamic transformation of political systems through social contract: a game theoretic approach pp. 1-21 Downloads
Koichi Suga, Akira Okada and Kenichi Sakakibara
Election of vice-president and adding new members to representative bodies pp. 23-45 Downloads
Andranick S. Tanguiane
Strategy-proofness versus efficiency on restricted domains of exchange economies pp. 47-56 Downloads
James Schummer
Equitable opportunities in economic environments pp. 57-64 Downloads
Laurence Kranich
Reference functions and possibility theorems for cardinal social choice problems pp. 65-78 Downloads
John Patrick Conley, Simon Wilkie and Richard P. McLean
Objective interpersonal comparisons of utility pp. 79-96 Downloads
Kevin Roberts
Opportunity sets and individual well-being pp. 97-112 Downloads
Walter Bossert
Acyclic sets of linear orders pp. 113-124 Downloads
Peter Fishburn
Outranking methods for multicriterion decision making: Arrow's and Raynaud's conjecture pp. 125-128 Downloads
Zachary F. Lansdowne
Utilities, preferences, and substantive goods pp. 129-145 Downloads
John C. Harsanyi

Volume 13, issue 4, 1996

Identification of domain restrictions over which acyclic, continuous-valued, and positive responsive social choice rules operate pp. 383-395
Ryo-ichi Nagahisa
Minimal winning coalitions in weighted-majority voting games pp. 397-417
Steven J. Brams and Peter C. Fishburn
Incomplete information and incentives to free ride pp. 419-432
Mehmet Bac
Bayesian implementation in exchange economies with state dependent feasible sets and private information pp. 433-444
Lu Hong
Trade-off between equity and efficiency in a general economy with indivisible goods pp. 445-450
Koichi Tadenuma
Logrolling and a McGarvey theorem for separable tournaments pp. 451-455
Michel Le Breton and Guillaume Idriss Hollard
Voting power when using preference ballots pp. 457-465
Duncan J. Melville and Deanna B. Haunsperger
Implementation in generic environments pp. 467-478
Arunava Sen and James Bergin
Justification of the simple majority and chairman rules pp. 479-486
Drora Karotkin
Social welfare functions and fairness pp. 487-496
Edi Karni

Volume 13, issue 3, 1996

Majority-consistent preference orderings pp. 259-267
John Craven
A note on restricted majority rules: invariance to rule selection and outcome distinctiveness pp. 269-274
Drora Karotkin and Shmuel Nitzan
Sophisticated voting rules: the case of two tournaments pp. 275-289
Sanjay Srivastava and Michael A. Trick
Improvement indices of well-being (*) pp. 291-303
Kai-yuen Tsui
Transitivity and fuzzy preferences pp. 305-318
Rajat Deb and Manabendra Dasgupta
Reconciling interpersonal comparability and the intensity of preference for the utility sum rule pp. 319-325
Ben Fine
Partially efficient voting by committees pp. 327-342
Ken-Ichi Shimomura
Redistribution and compensation (*) pp. 343-355
Marc Fleurbaey and Walter Bossert
Actions of symmetry groups pp. 357-364
Graciela Chichilnisky
The plurality majority converse under single peakedness pp. 365-380
Thom Bezembinder
Erratum pp. 381-381 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky

Volume 13, issue 2, 1996

Special issue: incommensurability and value pp. 127-127 Downloads
Maurice Salles
Quasi-orderings and population ethics pp. 129-150 Downloads
Charles Blackorby, Walter Bossert and David Donaldson
The theory of justice pp. 151-182 Downloads
Serge-Christophe Kolm
The nature and measurement of freedom pp. 183-200 Downloads
Patrick Suppes
Explaining risky choices without assuming preferences pp. 201-213 Downloads
Chris Starmer
Social choice with procedural preferences pp. 215-230 Downloads
Sven Hansson
An axiomatic approach to sustainable development pp. 231-257 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky

Volume 13, issue 1, 1996

A robust theory of resource allocation pp. 1-10 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky
A remark on a social choice problem pp. 11-16 Downloads
Beth Allen
Finite sensibility and utility functions pp. 25-41 Downloads
Gerhard Sichelstiel and Fritz Söllner
Equilibrium in abstract political economies: with an application to a public good economy with voting pp. 43-50 Downloads
Hideo Konishi
New characterizations of old bankruptcy rules pp. 51-59 Downloads
Nir Dagan
Bargaining with set-valued disagreement pp. 61-74 Downloads
Kaushik Basu
Composition-consistent tournament solutions and social choice functions pp. 75-93 Downloads
Gilbert Laffond, Jean Lainé and Jean-François Laslier
Arrow theorems in mixed goods, stochastic, and dynamic economic environments pp. 95-112 Downloads
James Redekop
Identical preferences lower bound solution and consistency in economies with indivisible goods pp. 113-126 Downloads
Carmen Bevia
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