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Who’s Favored by Evaluative Voting ? An Experiment Conducted During the 2012 French Presidential Election
Under evaluative voting, the voter freely grades each candidate on a numerical scale, with the winning candidate being determined by the sum of the grades they receive. This paper compares evaluativeExpand
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Individual Behavior Under Evaluative Voting: A Comparison Between Laboratory and In Situ Experiments
This chapter compares two experimental methodologies for studying how individual voting behavior changes with respect to the choice of voting rule. We concentrate on different versions of EvaluativeExpand
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Value judgments in economic expertise
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A return to Bentham's felicific calculus: From moral welfarism to technical non-welfarism
Abstract This paper is a study of Bentham's felicific calculus. Challenging a view that contrasts ‘cardinal’ to ‘ordinal’ calculus, we show that these two forms of calculus constitute insteadExpand
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Conceptions of freedom and ranking opportunity sets. A typology
A wide diversity of rankings of opportunity sets are characterized through what is now commonly called the freedom of choice literature. We claim the normative content of each of these propositionsExpand
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L'économie du bien-être est morte. Vive l'économie du bien-être !
L'economie du bien-etre a beaucoup evolue au cours du XXieme siecle, jusqu'a entrer, disent certains, dans une impasse qui lui serait fatale. Les controverses sur la possibilite et la pertinence desExpand
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Value Judgments and Economics Expertise
This paper tackles the problem of the demarcation of value judgments in economic expertise. Is it possible to disentangle values from facts, or neutral scientific assertions from value-ladenExpand
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Vote par approbation, vote par note
A l’occasion du premier tour de l’election presidentielle du 22 avril 2012, les electeurs de trois communes francaises ont ete invites a tester in situ le vote par approbation et le vote par note,Expand
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How voters use grade scales in evaluative voting
During the first round of the 2012 French presidential election, participants in an in situ experiment were invited to vote according to " evaluative voting " , which involves rating the candidatesExpand
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Commensurable freedoms in the capability approach. A discussion of Pattanaik and Xu's 'Minimal relativism, dominance, and standard of living comparisons based on functionings'
The basis of the capability approach (CA) was recently attacked by a paper by Prasanta Pattanaik and Yonghseng Xu: the CA is strongly committed to two substantial principles, dominance on the oneExpand
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