Journal: Social Choice and Welfare

Volume 43, Issue 4

773 -- 807Gaston Yalonetzky. Conditions for the most robust multidimensional poverty comparisons using counting measures and ordinal variables
809 -- 825Norihisa Sato. A characterization result for approval voting with a variable set of alternatives
827 -- 850Eric Guerci, Nobuyuki Hanaki, Naoki Watanabe, Gabriele Esposito, Xiaoyan Lu. A methodological note on a weighted voting experiment
851 -- 875Assaf Romm. Implications of capacity reduction and entry in many-to-one stable matching
877 -- 892Rahmi Ilkiliç, Çagatay Kayi. Allocation rules on networks
893 -- 923Ella Segev, Aner Sela. Sequential all-pay auctions with head starts
925 -- 952Ryusuke Shinohara. Participation and demand levels for a joint project
953 -- 961Ceyhun Coban, M. Remzi Sanver. Social choice without the Pareto principle under weak independence
963 -- 972Vladimir G. Deineko, Gerhard J. Woeginger. Two hardness results for Gamson's game
973 -- 980Ruth Ben-Yashar, Leif Danziger. On the optimal composition of committees
981 -- 982Asis Kumar Banerjee. A multidimensional Lorenz dominance relation: some corrections

Volume 43, Issue 3

521 -- 545Andrew M. Jones, John E. Roemer, Pedro Rosa Dias. Equalising opportunities in health through educational policy
547 -- 564Casilda Lasso de La Vega, Oscar Volij. Segregation, informativeness and Lorenz dominance
565 -- 576Peter J. Lambert, S. Subramanian. Disparities in socio-economic outcomes: some positive propositions and their normative implications
577 -- 589Youngsub Chun, Inkee Jang, Biung-Ghi Ju. Priority, solidarity and egalitarianism
591 -- 602Ram Sewak Dubey, Tapan Mitra. Combining monotonicity and strong equity: construction and representation of orders on infinite utility streams
603 -- 633Paula Jaramillo, Çagatay Kayi, Flip Klijn. Asymmetrically fair rules for an indivisible good problem with a budget constraint
635 -- 645Nanyang Bu. Characterizations of the sequential priority rules in the assignment of object types
647 -- 658Ville Korpela. Bayesian implementation with partially honest individuals
659 -- 682Norovsambuu Tumennasan. Moral hazard and stability
683 -- 702Takashi Akahoshi. A necessary and sufficient condition for stable matching rules to be strategy-proof
703 -- 729Fabio Galeotti, Daniel John Zizzo. What happens if you single out? An experiment
731 -- 746Mitesh Kataria, Maria Vittoria Levati, Matthias Uhl. Paternalism with hindsight: do protégés react consequentialistically to paternalism?
747 -- 772William V. Gehrlein, Florenz Plassmann. A comparison of theoretical and empirical evaluations of the Borda Compromise

Volume 43, Issue 2

261 -- 285Eric Bahel, Christian Trudeau. Shapley-Shubik methods in cost sharing problems with technological cooperation
287 -- 308Noemí Navarro. Expected fair allocation in farsighted network formation
309 -- 327Matt Van Essen. A Clarke tax tâtonnement that converges to the Lindahl allocation
329 -- 355Donald E. Campbell, Jerry S. Kelly. Universally beneficial manipulation: a characterization
357 -- 375Johanna M. M. Goertz. Inefficient committees: small elections with three alternatives
377 -- 401Daniela Bubboloni, Michele Gori. Anonymous and neutral majority rules
403 -- 427Arkadii Slinko, Shaun White. Is it ever safe to vote strategically?
429 -- 446Alexei V. Zakharov, Constantine S. Sorokin. Policy convergence in a two-candidate probabilistic voting model
447 -- 469José-Manuel Giménez-Gómez, M. Carmen Marco-Gil. A new approach for bounding awards in bankruptcy problems
471 -- 496Saptarshi Mukherjee. Choice in ordered-tree-based decision problems
497 -- 506Kuntal Banerjee. On the representation of preference orders on sequence spaces
507 -- 514Vicki Knoblauch. Preference, topology and measure
515 -- 519Michele Bernasconi. Empirical social choice: questionnaire-experimental studies on distributive justice, by Wulf Gaertner and Erick Schokkaert

Volume 43, Issue 1

1 -- 10José Carlos R. Alcantud, Annick Laruelle. Dis&approval voting: a characterization
11 -- 27Aaron Meyers, Michael E. Orrison, Jennifer Townsend, Sarah Wolff, Angela Wu. Generalized Condorcet winners
29 -- 46Marc Pauly. Can strategizing in round-robin subtournaments be avoided?
47 -- 54Shohei Tamura, Shinji Ohseto. Impartial nomination correspondences
55 -- 71Thomas C. Ratliff, Donald G. Saari. Complexities of electing diverse committees
73 -- 99Judith Niehues, Andreas Peichl. Upper bounds of inequality of opportunity: theory and evidence for Germany and the US
101 -- 140Giacomo Valletta. Health, fairness and taxation
141 -- 151Aitor Calo-Blanco. Fairness, freedom, and forgiveness in health care
153 -- 172Yukinori Iwata. On the informational basis of social choice with the evaluation of opportunity sets
173 -- 194René van den Brink, Arantza Estévez-Fernández, Gerard van der Laan, Nigel Moes. Independence of downstream and upstream benefits in river water allocation problems
195 -- 217Urs Fischbacher, Simeon Schudy, Sabrina Teyssier. Heterogeneous reactions to heterogeneity in returns from public goods
219 -- 238Shmuel Nitzan, Kaoru Ueda. Intra-group heterogeneity in collective contests
239 -- 259Martin Kolmar, Dana Sisak. (In)efficient public-goods provision through contests