Chapter Twenty-Six - Probabilistic and Spatial Models of Voting
In: Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare
This chapter discusses results about committees that use majority rule, some related results about majority rule as a social choice rule (that is, without referring to a specific context where majority rule is used), and results about electoral competitions where the winner is selected by majority rule.
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