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Judgment aggregation: A survey

@inproceedings{List2009JudgmentAA,
  title={Judgment aggregation: A survey},
  author={C. List and C. Puppe},
  year={2009}
}
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‡uenced by earlier work in social choice theory, the recent interest in the problem was sparked by the so-called ‘doctrinal paradox’in law and economics (Kornhauser and Sager 1986). Suppose a three-member court has to reach a verdict in a breach-of-contract case. According to legal doctrine, the defendant is… Expand
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