In Search of Optimum "Relative Unanimity": Reply
This paper extends our analysis of the identification of an "optimum relative unanimity." This is done principally through clarifying certain terms and correcting a misinterpretation of why the minimum possible value for an optimum relative unanimity is a simple majority, i.e., greater than 50%.
|Date of creation:||04 Nov 1986|
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|Publication status:||Published in Public Choice 3.54(1987): pp. 289-290|
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- Richard Cebula & Milton Kafoglis, 1987.
"In search of optimum ‘relative unanimity’: Reply,"
Springer, vol. 54(3), pages 289-290, August.
- Cebula, Richard & Kafoglis, Milton, 1982.
"In Search of Optimum "Relative Unanimity","
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