Journal: Social Choice and Welfare

Volume 45, Issue 4

653 -- 686Richard Van Weelden. The welfare implications of electoral polarization
687 -- 706Pierre Pestieau, Maria Racionero. Tagging with leisure needs
707 -- 722Walter Bossert, Kotaro Suzumura. Expected utility without full transitivity
723 -- 728Haris Aziz. A note on the undercut procedure
729 -- 744Gent Bajraj, Levent Ülkü. and the winner
745 -- 763Hakan Inal. Core of coalition formation games and fixed-point methods
765 -- 792Frank A. Cowell, Marc Fleurbaey, Bertil Tungodden. The tyranny puzzle in social preferences: an empirical investigation
793 -- 804Felix Brandt. Set-monotonicity implies Kelly-strategyproofness
805 -- 817Muhammad Mahajne, Shmuel Nitzan, Oscar Volij. Level \(r\) consensus and stable social choice
819 -- 827Sylvain Béal, André Casajus, Frank Huettner. Efficient extensions of the Myerson value
829 -- 848Peter Martinsson, Clara Villegas-Palacio, Conny Wollbrant. Cooperation and social classes: evidence from Colombia
849 -- 866Uuganbaatar Ninjbat. Impossibility theorems are modified and unified
867 -- 887Mridu Prabal Goswami, Arunava Sen, Sonal Yadav. A Hurwicz type result in a model with public good production

Volume 45, Issue 3

479 -- 488David Masclet, Clemens Puppe. Introduction to the special issue "Experiments on conflicts and conflict resolution"
489 -- 511Jordi Brandts, Enrique Fatas, Ernan Haruvy, Francisco Lagos. The impact of relative position and returns on sacrifice and reciprocity: an experimental study using individual decisions
513 -- 535Estelle Midler, Charles Figuieres, Marc Willinger. Choice overload, coordination and inequality: three hurdles to the effectiveness of the compensation mechanism?
537 -- 559Charles Noussair, Daan van Soest, Jan Stoop. Punishment, reward, and cooperation in a framed field experiment
561 -- 577Dirk Engelmann, Nikos Nikiforakis. In the long-run we are all dead: on the benefits of peer punishment in rich environments
579 -- 600Sheheryar Banuri, Catherine Eckel. Cracking down on bribery
601 -- 623Agathe Rouaix, Charles Figuieres, Marc Willinger. The trade-off between welfare and equality in a public good experiment
625 -- 651Malcolm Kass, Enrique Fatas, Catherine Eckel, Daniel Arce. The UN in the lab

Volume 45, Issue 2

239 -- 268Paola Manzini, Marco Mariotti. State dependent choice
269 -- 285Dan Qin. On justifiable choice functions over opportunity sets
287 -- 307Hans Peters, Marc Schröder, Dries Vermeulen. On existence of ex post Nash consistent representation for effectivity functions
309 -- 327Hannu Vartiainen. Dynamic stable set as a tournament solution
329 -- 344René van den Brink, Yukihiko Funaki. Implementation and axiomatization of discounted Shapley values
345 -- 377Edith Elkind, Piotr Faliszewski, Arkadii Slinko. Distance rationalization of voting rules
379 -- 398Anup Pramanik. Further results on dictatorial domains
399 -- 414Daniel Cardona, Clara Ponsati. Representing a democratic constituency in negotiations: delegation versus ratification
415 -- 440Francesco De Sinopoli, Leo Ferraris, Giovanna Iannantuoni. Moderating Government
441 -- 455Kang Rong. Bargaining with split-the-difference arbitration
457 -- 477Vilen Lipatov, Alfons Weichenrieder. Welfare and labor supply implications of tax competition for mobile labor

Volume 45, Issue 1

1 -- 27François Maniquet, Massimo Morelli. Approval quorums dominate participation quorums
29 -- 49Debasis Mondal. Private provision of public good and immiserizing growth
51 -- 69Vladimir I. Danilov, Gleb A. Koshevoy, Ernesto Savaglio. Hyper-relations, choice functions, and orderings of opportunity sets
71 -- 96Leonardo Becchetti, Pierluigi Conzo, Giacomo Degli Antoni. Public disclosure of players' conduct and common resources harvesting: experimental evidence from a Nairobi slum
97 -- 121Patrick Harless. Reaching consensus: solidarity and strategic properties in binary social choice
123 -- 153Richard Baron, Mostapha Diss, Eric Rémila, Philippe Solal. A geometric examination of majorities based on difference in support
155 -- 186Mark Thordal-Le Quement, Venuga Yokeeswaran. Subgroup deliberation and voting
187 -- 201Sinan Ertemel, Levent Kutlu, M. Remzi Sanver. Voting games of resolute social choice correspondences
203 -- 229Buhong Zheng. Poverty: fuzzy measurement and crisp ordering
231 -- 237Antoinette Baujard. Bernhard Kittel, Wolfgang J. Luhan and Rebecca B. Morton: Experimental political science: principles and practices