Social Choice

Social Choice

by Bernhardt Lieberman



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780677147703
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 01/01/1971
Series: Monographs and Texts in the Behavioral Series
Pages: 426
Product dimensions: 5.91(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Part 1: Defining The Problem 1. Combining Individual Preferences into a Social Choice 2. Foundations for a Theory of Collective Decisions Part 2: Descriptive Studies 3. Negotiations and Decisions in a Politics game 4. Coalition Formation and Change 5. An Experimental Examination of Formal and Informal Rules of a Three-person Game 6. Coalition Behaviour in Inessential Games 7. Bargaining Behaviour in an Asymmetric Triad 8. A level of Aspiration Model for Group Decision Making 9. A Utility Theory for the Behaviour of Three-person Interaction Systems 10. An Experimental Study of Three Voting Rules 11. Choosing Among Alternative Distributions of Rewards 12. Control of Collectivities and the Power of a Collective to act 13. Individual Preferences, Collective Decisions, and Social Welfare Part 3: Normative Studies 14. Some Extensions to a Mathematical Model of Democratic Choice 15. Some Types of Party Competition and their Function in Social Choice 16. An Estimate for the Decisiveness of Election Outcomes 17. A Game-theoretic Analysis of Social Choice 18. A Game-theoretic Analysis of Party Platform Selection.

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