Journal: Social Choice and Welfare

Volume 29, Issue 4

557 -- 0Maurice Salles. Foreword
559 -- 579Kaushik Basu. Coercion, contract and the limits of the market
581 -- 608Claus Beisbart, Luc Bovens. Welfarist evaluations of decision rules for boards of representatives
609 -- 632Richard Bradley. Reaching a consensus
633 -- 648Marc Fleurbaey. Social choice and the indexing dilemma
649 -- 663Sven Ove Hansson. Social decisions about risk and risk-taking
665 -- 682Robert Sugden. The value of opportunities over time when preferences are unstable
683 -- 701Paul Weirich. Collective, universal, and joint rationality

Volume 29, Issue 3

353 -- 367Hannu Vartiainen. Subgame perfect implementation of voting rules via randomized mechanisms
369 -- 382Debasis Mishra, Bharath Rangarajan. Cost sharing in a job scheduling problem
383 -- 404Kevin Roberts. Condorcet cycles? A model of intertemporal voting
405 -- 428Kristof Bosmans. Comparing degrees of inequality aversion
429 -- 452Christian Klamler, Ulrich Pferschy. The traveling group problem
453 -- 486Ruth Ben-Yashar, Igal Milchtaich. First and second best voting rules in committees
487 -- 513Geoffrey Pritchard, Mark C. Wilson. Exact results on manipulability of positional voting rules
515 -- 538Buhong Zheng. Inequality orderings and unit consistency
539 -- 555Yan Yu. Serial cost sharing of an excludable public good available in multiple units

Volume 29, Issue 2

175 -- 199Carmelo Rodríguez-Álvarez. On the manipulation of social choice correspondences
201 -- 210Geoffroy de Clippel. An axiomatization of the Nash bargaining solution
211 -- 228Michel Regenwetter, Elena I. Rykhlevskaia. A general concept of scoring rules: general definitions, statistical inference, and empirical illustrations
229 -- 245Arnaud Dellis, Mandar P. Oak. Policy convergence under approval and plurality voting: the role of policy commitment
247 -- 269Stefan Maus, Hans Peters, Ton Storcken. Minimal manipulability: anonymity and unanimity
271 -- 293Maurice Koster. The Moulin-Shenker rule
295 -- 315Sebastian Bervoets. Freedom of choice in a social context: comparing game forms
317 -- 331Jon X. Eguia. Citizen candidates under uncertainty
333 -- 351Hannu Vartiainen. Nash implementation and the bargaining problem

Volume 29, Issue 1

1 -- 17Juan A. Lacomba, Francisco M. Lagos. Political election on legal retirement age
19 -- 33Franz Dietrich, Christian List. Arrow's theorem in judgment aggregation
35 -- 53Justin Leroux. Cooperative production under diminishing marginal returns: interpreting fixed-path methods
55 -- 67Eyal Baharad, Zvika Neeman. Robustness against inefficient manipulation
69 -- 82Donald E. Campbell, Jerry S. Kelly. Social welfare functions that satisfy Pareto, anonymity, and neutrality, but not independence of irrelevant alternatives
83 -- 104Donald E. Campbell, Jerry S. Kelly. Pareto, anonymity, and independence: four alternatives
105 -- 106Jack E. Graver. A note on natural correspondences that satisfy exclusion
107 -- 124Udo Ebert, Georg Tillmann. Distribution-neutral provision of public goods
125 -- 147Sidartha Gordon. Solidarity in choosing a location on a cycle
149 -- 173John W. Patty. Generic difference of expected vote share and probability of victory maximization in simple plurality elections with probabilistic voters