Journal: Social Choice and Welfare

Volume 19, Issue 4

709 -- 721Edward M. Bolger. Characterizations of two power indices for voting games with r alternatives
723 -- 749Claus-Jochen Haake, Matthias G. Raith, Francis Edward Su. Bidding for envy-freeness: A procedural approach to n-player fair-division problems
751 -- 761Ryo-ichi Nagahisa, Makoto Tanaka. An axiomatization of the Kalai-Smorodinsky solution when the feasible sets can be finite
763 -- 767Aldo Montesano. Social loss with respect to the core of an economy
769 -- 788Francis Bloch, Stéphane Rottier. Agenda control in coalition formation
789 -- 794Christian Kleiber, Samuel Kotz. A characterization of income distributions in terms of generalized Gini coefficients
795 -- 810Leonardo C. Gasparini. On the measurement of unfairness An application to high school attendance in Argentina
811 -- 823Nir Dagan, Oscar Volij, Eyal Winter. A characterization of the Nash bargaining solution
825 -- 844Toru Hokari. Monotone-path Dutta-Ray solutions on convex games
845 -- 867René van den Brink. The apex power measure for directed networks
869 -- 884Javier Arin, Vincent Feltkamp. Lorenz undominated allocations for TU-games: The weighted Coalitional Lorenz Solutions
885 -- 900Albert W. Marshall, Ingram Olkin, Friedrich Pukelsheim. A majorization comparison of apportionment methods in proportional representation
901 -- 919César Martinelli. Simple plurality versus plurality runoff with privately informed voters
921 -- 940Geir B. Asheim, Kjell Arne Brekke. Sustainability when capital management has stochastic consequences

Volume 19, Issue 3

477 -- 488Daniel John Zizzo. Neurobiological measurements of cardinal utility: Hedonimeters or learning algorithms?
489 -- 502Walter Bossert, Hans Peters. Efficient solutions to bargaining problems with uncertain disagreement points
503 -- 512William V. Gehrlein. Obtaining representations for probabilities of voting outcomes with effectively unlimited precision integer arithmetic
513 -- 515Donald E. Campbell, Jerry S. Kelly. Non-monotonicity does not imply the no-show paradox
517 -- 532Hans Maassen, Thom Bezembinder. Generating random weak orders and the probability of a Condorcet winner
533 -- 550Annick Laruelle, Vincent Merlin. Different least square values, different rankings
551 -- 567Ignacio Ortuño-Ortin. Ideological versus Downsian political competition
569 -- 580Stephen Ching, Lin Zhou. Multi-valued strategy-proof social choice rules
581 -- 586Walter Trockel. A universal meta bargaining implementation of the Nash solution
587 -- 611Estelle Cantillon, Antonio Rangel. A graphical analysis of some basic results in social choice
613 -- 626Kaoru Ueda. Oligopolization in collective rent-seeking
627 -- 636Anne van den Nouweland, Stef Tijs, Myrna Holtz Wooders. Axiomatization of ratio equilibria in public good economies
637 -- 657Michel Le Breton, John A. Weymark. Social choice with analytic preferences
659 -- 664Miki Kato, Shinji Ohseto. Toward general impossibility theorems in pure exchange economies
665 -- 680Vincent C. H. Chua, C. H. Ueng, H. C. Huang. A method for evaluating the behavior of power indices in weighted plurality games
681 -- 684Daniel Eckert, Benjamin Lane. Anonymity, ordinal preference proximity and imposed social choices
685 -- 705Shasikanta Nandeibam. The structure of coalitional power under probabilistic voting procedures

Volume 19, Issue 2

241 -- 263Hans Keiding, Bezalel Peleg. Representation of effectivity functions in coalition proof Nash equilibrium: A complete characterization
265 -- 280S. Subramanian, Manabi Majumdar. On measuring deprivation adjusted for group disparities
281 -- 294Bhaskar Chakravorti, John P. Conley, Bart Taub. Probabilistic cheap talk
295 -- 312Dan S. Felsenthal, Moshé Machover. Annexations and alliances: When are blocs advantageous a priori?
313 -- 324Arkadii Slinko. On asymptotic strategy-proofness of the plurality and the run-off rules
325 -- 348Lars Ehlers. Probabilistic allocation rules and single-dipped preferences
349 -- 367Steven R. Beckman, John P. Formby, W. James Smith, Buhong Zheng. Envy, malice and Pareto efficiency: An experimental examination
369 -- 379Luis C. Corchón, M. Socorro Puy. Existence and Nash implementation of efficient sharing rules for a commonly owned technology
381 -- 413Hervé Moulin. The proportional random allocation of indivisible units
415 -- 430Dorothea Herreiner, Clemens Puppe. A simple procedure for finding equitable allocations of indivisible goods
431 -- 447Peter C. Fishburn. Acyclic sets of linear orders: A progress report
449 -- 454Antonio Quesada. More on independent decisiveness and Arrow's theorem
455 -- 471John E. Roemer. Equality of opportunity: A progress report

Volume 19, Issue 1

1 -- 27Joaquim Silvestre. Progress and conservation under Rawls's maximin principle
29 -- 55Wulf Gaertner, Jochen A. Jungeilges. Evaluation via extended orderings: Empirical findings from Western and Eastern Europe
57 -- 67Pablo Amorós. Single-peaked preferences with several commodities
69 -- 93Kai-yuen Tsui. Multidimensional poverty indices
95 -- 111Howard Margolis. Pivotal voting and the emperor's new clothes
113 -- 125Walter Bossert, Marc Fleurbaey. Equitable insurance premium schemes
127 -- 154Bettina Klaus, Ton Storcken. Choice correspondences for public goods
155 -- 173Jörg Naeve, Elisabeth Naeve-Steinweg. Lexicographic measurement of the information contained in opportunity sets
175 -- 192Dolors Berga. Single-peakedness and strategy-proofness of generalized median voter schemes
193 -- 206Vincent Merlin, Monica Tataru, Fabrice Valognes. On the likelihood of Condorcet's profiles
207 -- 218Rafael Salas. Multilevel interterritorial convergence and additive multidimensional inequality decomposition
219 -- 236Adam Meirowitz. Informative voting and condorcet jury theorems with a continuum of types