Voting Paradoxes and Group Coherence The Condorcet Efficiency of Voting Rules /
The likelihood of observing Condorcet's Paradox is known to be very low for elections with a small number of candidates if voters’ preferences on candidates reflect any significant degree of a number of different measures of mutual coherence. This reinforces the intuitive notion that strange el...
|Main Author:||Gehrlein, William V.|
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|Other Authors:||Lepelley, Dominique.|
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Studies in Choice and Welfare,
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