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Judgment aggregation: A survey
Judgment aggregation is the subject of a growing body of work in economics, political science, philosophy and related disciplines. Although the literature on judgment aggregation has been in‡uencedExpand
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The Currency of Reciprocity - Gift-Exchange in the Workplace
What determines reciprocity in employment relations? We conducted a controlled field experiment to measure the extent to which monetary and nonmonetary gifts affect workers' performance. We find thatExpand
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The structure of strategy-proof social choice - Part I: General characterization and possibility results on median spaces
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We show that a social choice function is strategy-proof on a sufficiently rich domain of generalized single-peaked preferences if and only if it takes the form of voting by issues (“voting by committees”) satisfying a simple condition called the Intersection Property. Expand
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Abstract Arrowian aggregation
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In a general framework of abstract binary aggregation, we characterize aggregation problems in terms of the monotone Arrowian aggregators they admit. Expand
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An Axiomatic Approach to “Preference for Freedom of Choice”
The paper axiomatically characterizes a notion of “freedom of choice.“ The central condition considered in this paper is the following. In every non-empty opportunity set there exists at least oneExpand
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A Theory of Diversity
  • K. Nehring, C. Puppe
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Electron. Notes Discret. Math.
  • 1 April 1999
How can diversity be measured? What does it mean to value biodiversity? Can we assist Noah in constructing his preferences? To address these questions following Weitzman (1992,1998), we propose aExpand
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DO WAGE CUTS DAMAGE WORK MORALE? EVIDENCE FROM A NATURAL FIELD EXPERIMENT
Employment contracts are often incomplete, leaving many responsibilities subject to workers’ discretion. High work morale is therefore essential for sustaining voluntary cooperation and highExpand
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A simple procedure for finding equitable allocations of indivisible goods
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This paper investigates how far a particular procedure, called the “descending demand procedure,” can take us in finding equitable allocations of indivisible goods. Expand
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Freedom of choice and rational decisions
The paper formalizes a notion of preference-based freedom and examines to which extent such a notion is consistent with otherwise standard conditions of rational decision making. The central resultExpand
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Continuous Extensions of an Order on a Set to the Power Set
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This paper addresses the problem of extending an order on a set to a ranking of its subsets based on principles of independence and continuity. Expand
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