Virtuous Circles and Contested Identities: on Collective Identification Procedures with Independent Qualified Certification
AbstractThis paper studies Collective Identification Procedures in a finite lattice when the standard Independence axiom is dropped and replaced with an Independent Qualified Certification requirement
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Date of creation: Apr 2007
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