Journal: Social Choice and Welfare

Volume 33, Issue 4

521 -- 532Pablo Amorós. Unequivocal majority and Maskin-monotonicity
533 -- 557Kristof Bosmans, Erik Schokkaert. Equality preference in the claims problem: a questionnaire study of cuts in earnings and pensions
559 -- 574Marcus Pivato. Geometric models of consistent judgement aggregation
575 -- 599Hal W. Snarr, Jeffrey A. Edwards. Does income support increase abortions?
601 -- 615Alan Krause. A general equilibrium analysis of the Laffer argument
617 -- 627Eliora van der Hout, Anthony J. McGann. Liberal political equality implies proportional representation
629 -- 645Kai-yuen Tsui. Measurement of income mobility: a re-examination
647 -- 664Takeshi Suzuki. Natural implementation in public goods economies
665 -- 690Hans Gersbach, Hans Haller. Bargaining power and equilibrium consumption
691 -- 698Nicolas Houy. More on the stable, generalized stable, absorbing and admissible sets

Volume 33, Issue 3

343 -- 359José L. Jimeno, Joaquín Pérez, Estefanía García. An extension of the Moulin No Show Paradox for voting correspondences
361 -- 381Brennan C. Platt. Spoilers, blocking coalitions, and the core
383 -- 403Ayse Mumcu, Ismail Saglam. Games of capacity allocation in many-to-one matching with an aftermarket
405 -- 413Kohei Kamaga, Takashi Kojima. Q-anonymous social welfare relations on infinite utility streams
415 -- 421Lee R. Gibson, Robert C. Powers. The NIP graph of a social welfare function
423 -- 447Kentaro Hatsumi, Shigehiro Serizawa. Coalitionally strategy-proof rules in allotment economies with homogeneous indivisible goods
449 -- 476Luc Lauwers. The topological approach to the aggregation of preferences
477 -- 494Miguel Ángel Ballester Oyarzun, Pedro Rey-Biel. Does uncertainty lead to sincerity? Simple and complex voting mechanisms
495 -- 503Dylan Shepardson, Craig A. Tovey. Smallest tournaments not realizable by \frac23-majority voting
505 -- 515John William Hatfield. Strategy-proof, efficient, and nonbossy quota allocations
517 -- 519Carmen Herrero, Juan D. Moreno-Ternero, Giovanni Ponti. On the adjudication of conflicting claims: an experimental study

Volume 33, Issue 2

177 -- 209Michel Grabisch, Agnieszka Rusinowska. Measuring influence in command games
211 -- 233Marcello D'Agostino, Valentino Dardanoni. What's so special about Euclidean distance? - A characterization with applications to mobility and spatial voting
235 -- 259Rolf Aaberge. Ranking intersecting Lorenz curves
261 -- 280Ascensión Andina-Díaz. Media competition and information disclosure
281 -- 286Moshe Koppel, Abraham Diskin. Measuring disproportionality, volatility and malapportionment: axiomatization and solutions
287 -- 309Michel Le Breton, Vera Zaporozhets. On the equivalence of coalitional and individual strategy-proofness properties
311 -- 333Christopher R. H. Hanusa. Ensuring every candidate wins under positional voting
335 -- 342Johan Fellman. Discontinuous transformations, Lorenz curves and transfer policies

Volume 33, Issue 1

1 -- 24Ernesto Savaglio, Stefano Vannucci. On the volume-ranking of opportunity sets in economic environments
25 -- 50Sayantan Ghosal, Ben Lockwood. Costly voting when both information and preferences differ: is turnout too high or too low?
51 -- 71Hans Gersbach. Competition of politicians for wages and office
73 -- 86M. Remzi Sanver, Özer Selçuk. Sophisticated preference aggregation
87 -- 99Elette Boyle, Federico Echenique. Sequential entry in many-to-one matching markets
101 -- 127James Konow. Is fairness in the eye of the beholder? An impartial spectator analysis of justice
129 -- 150D. Jayaraj, S. Subramanian. The wellbeing implications of a change in the sex-ratio of a population
151 -- 158Masashi Umezawa. Coalitionally strategy-proof social choice correspondences and the Pareto rule
159 -- 171M. Remzi Sanver. Characterizations of majoritarianism: a unified approach
173 -- 176Marc Fleurbaey. Louis Kaplow: The theory of taxation and public economics - Princeton University Press, xx, 472 p., ISBN 978-0-691-13077-4