Journal: Social Choice and Welfare

Volume 20, Issue 3

353 -- 362Özgür Kibris. Constrained allocation problems with single-peaked preferences: An axiomatic analysis
363 -- 370Antonio Quesada. Positional independence in preference aggregation
371 -- 385Szilvia Pápai. Groves sealed bid auctions of heterogeneous objects with fair prices
387 -- 403Vincent C. H. Chua, H. C. Huang. The Shapley-Shubik index, the donation paradox and ternary games
405 -- 428Gaël Giraud, Céline Rochon. Generic efficiency and collusion-proofness in exchange economies
429 -- 441Drora Karotkin, Jacob Paroush. Optimum committee size: Quality-versus-quantity dilemma
443 -- 456Yew-Kwang Ng, Guang-Zhen Sun, Guang-Zhen Sun. Exclusion of self evaluations in peer ratings: An impossibility and some proposals
457 -- 465Fabio Maccheroni, Fabio Maccheroni, Massimo Marinacci, Massimo Marinacci. How to cut a pizza fairly: Fair division with decreasing marginal evaluations
467 -- 475Matthias Hild, Richard Jeffrey, Mathias Risse. Flipping and ex post aggregation
477 -- 494Baris Kaymak, M. Remzi Sanver. Sets of alternatives as Condorcet winners
495 -- 507Semih Koray, Bulent Unel. Characterization of self-selective social choice functions on the tops-only domain
509 -- 522Marco A. Haan, Peter Kooreman. How majorities can lose the election Another voting paradox
523 -- 528Gerhard J. Woeginger. Banks winners in tournaments are difficult to recognize

Volume 20, Issue 2

177 -- 187Zvi Safra, Einat Weissengrin. Harsanyi's impartial observer theorem with a restricted domain
189 -- 201S. David Promislow, Virginia R. Young. Decomposition properties of dual choice functionals
203 -- 228Jean-Paul Chavas, Jay Coggins. On fairness and welfare analysis under uncertainty
229 -- 242Jean-François Laslier. Analysing a preference and approval profile
243 -- 246John Broome. Representing an ordering when the population varies
247 -- 259Stephen J. Willson. Money-egalitarian-equivalent and gain-maximin allocations of indivisible items with monetary compensation
261 -- 272Deanna B. Haunsperger. Aggregated statistical rankings are arbitrary
273 -- 281Donald E. Campbell, Jerry S. Kelly. On the Arrow and Wilson impossibility theorems
283 -- 306Ilia Tsetlin, Michel Regenwetter. On the probabilities of correct or incorrect majority preference relations
307 -- 350Yew-Kwang Ng. From preference to happiness: Towards a more complete welfare economics

Volume 20, Issue 1

3 -- 25Shasikanta Nandeibam. Distribution of coalitional power in randomized multi-valued social choice
27 -- 32Mark Fey. A note on the Condorcet Jury Theorem with supermajority voting rules
33 -- 39Sang-Chul Suh. Games implementing the stable rule of marriage problems in strong Nash equilibria
41 -- 48John Bone. Simple Arrow-type propositions in the Edgeworth domain
49 -- 75John P. Conley, Stefani Cheri Smith. Finite decentralization in a Tiebout economy with crowding types
77 -- 83Koji Takamiya. On strategy-proofness and essentially single-valued cores: A converse result
85 -- 118Norman Schofield. Power, prosperity and social choice: A review
119 -- 136Arieh Gavious, Shlomo Mizrahi. A signaling model of peaceful political change
137 -- 154Mauricio Soares Bugarin. Vote splitting, reelection and electoral control: Towards a unified model
155 -- 166Flavio M. Menezes. An auction theoretical approach to fiscal wars
167 -- 176Toyotaka Sakai. An axiomatic approach to intergenerational equity