Minimal manipulability: anonymity and unanimity
This paper is concerned with the minimal number of profiles at which a unanimous and anonymous social choice function is manipulable. The lower bound is derived when there are three alternatives to choose from. Examples of social choice functions attaining the lower bound are given. We conjecture that these examples are in fact all minimally manipulable social choice functions. Since some of these examples are even Pareto optimal, we have also derived the lower bound for Pareto optimal and anonymous social choice functions. Some of the minimally manipulable Pareto optimal and anonymous social choice functions can be interpreted as status quo voting.
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Volume (Year): 29 (2007)
Issue (Month): 2 (September)
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