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Another perspective on Borda’s paradox

Mostapha Diss () and Abdelmonaim Tlidi ()
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Abdelmonaim Tlidi: University Cadi Ayyad of Marrakesh, GREER, National School of Applied Science-Safi

Theory and Decision, 2018, vol. 84, issue 1, 99-121

Abstract: Abstract This paper presents the conditions required for a profile in order to never exhibit either the strong or the strict Borda paradoxes under all weighted scoring rules in three-candidate elections. The main particularity of our paper is that all the conclusions are deduced from the differences of votes between candidates in pairwise majority elections. This way allows us to answer new questions and provide an organized knowledge of the conditions under which a given profile never shows one or the other of the two paradoxes.

Keywords: Voting; Geometry; Borda’s Paradox; Condorcet Pairwise Procedure; Weighted Scoring Rules (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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