THE EXISTENCE OF A MAJORITY RULE MAXIMAL SET IN ARBITRARY n-DIMENSIONAL SPATIAL MODELS
We examine the effect of indifference on the existence of a majority rule maximal set. In our setting, it is shown in all but a limited number of cases that the maximal set is empty in an n-dimensional spatial model if and only if the Pareto set contains a union of cycles. The elements that constitute the exception are completely characterized.
Volume (Year): 06 (2010)
Issue (Month): 03 ()
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