Ordered Conflict Resolution
AbstractOrdered conflict resolution: understanding her tenets cost Keynes his life and Arrow to live under extortionate threat. Now that the Supreme Court of the United States has conquered the Informal Capital Market Cartel’s stranglehold on academic freedom, the literature can now vindicate impossibility-resolved social choice theory in the venue of a marriage between ethics and economics; as Sen has pled need be the case. This paper introduces ordered conflict resolution and her two impossibility-resolving axioms in effecting (individual: societal) well-being transitivity.
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Volume (Year): 7 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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Social choice; Impossibility theorem Social choice; Impossibility theorem Social choice; Impossibility theorem;
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