Anonymity, monotonicity, and limited neutrality: Selecting a single alternative from a binary agenda
AbstractAnonymity and neutrality conflict if the number of individuals is even and a single alternative is selected. Limited neutrality, anonymity, and monotonicity imply majority rule when the agenda is a two-element set.
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Volume (Year): 118 (2013)
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Anonymity; Monotonicity; Neutrality; Social choice function;
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