Chapter 20: Empirical examples of voting paradoxes
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20. Empirical examples of voting paradoxes Marek M. Kaminski 20.1 INTRODUCTION Several earlier chapters, especially Chapter 15, identified important properties of voting rules whose violation is sufficiently counter-­intuitive that we may call the...

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