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Who Wins and Loses under Approval Voting? An Analysis on Large Elections

Abstract : This book includes up-to-date contributions in the broadly defined area of probabilistic analysis of voting rules and decision mechanisms. Featuring papers from all fields of social choice and game theory, it presents probability arguments to allow readers to gain a better understanding of the properties of decision rules and of the functioning of modern democracies. In particular, it focuses on the legacy of William Gehrlein and Dominique Lepelley, two prominent scholars who have made important contributions to this field over the last fifty years. It covers a range of topics, including (but not limited to) computational and technical aspects of probability approaches, evaluation of the likelihood of voting paradoxes, power indices, empirical evaluations of voting rules, models of voters’ behavior, and strategic voting. The book gathers articles written in honor of Gehrlein and Lepelley along with original works written by the two scholars themselves.
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Matias Nunez, Sébastien Courtin. Who Wins and Loses under Approval Voting? An Analysis on Large Elections. Springer, 2020, 978-3-030-48598-6. ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-48598-6⟩. ⟨hal-03092397⟩



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