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From the Publisher"...until recently there has been a problem facing mathematicians who are interested in learning about [the mathematics of elections]...I am pleased to say that this is no longer the case, as Alan D. Taylor's recently released Social Choice and the Mathematics of Manipulation fits this bill perfectly."
MAA Reviews, Darren Glass
"[T]his book is a little gem. It will be especially prized by those who need to understand voting systems and how they can be manipulated by individual voters."
"Taylor's book gives an excellent overview of many results stemming from Gibbard's and Satterthwaite's original analysis...The general organization of the book is excellent. This is truly a wonderful book and it can be recommended to mathematicians looking for applications in the social sciences" - Marice Salles