Monotonicity Failures Afflicting Procedures for Electing a by Dan S. Felsenthal,Hannu Nurmi

By Dan S. Felsenthal,Hannu Nurmi

This publication presents an overview of 18 balloting strategies when it comes to an important monotonicity-related standards in fastened and variable electorates. All balloting strategies studied target at electing one out of a number of applicants given the electorate' personal tastes over the applicants. as well as (strict) monotonicity disasters, the vulnerability of the methods to version of the no-show paradoxes is mentioned. All vulnerabilities are exemplified and defined. The prevalence of the no-show paradoxes is expounded to the presence or absence of a Condorcet winner. The basic readership of this publication are students and scholars within the sector of social choice.

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