Fixed Agenda Social Choice Correspondences
In this paper we analyze the explicit representation of fixed agenda social choice correspondences under different rationality assumptions (independence, neutrality, monotonicity,...).It is well known in the literature that, under some of these assumptions, the existence of dictators, oligarchies or individuals with veto power can be proven; butno information about the social choice set is obtained.
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