Local Supermajorities

@inproceedings{Cariani2015LocalS,
  title={Local Supermajorities},
  author={Fabrizio Cariani},
  year={2015}
}
This paper explores two non-standard supermajority rules in the context of judgment aggregation over multiple logically connected issues. These rules set the supermajority threshold in a local, context sensitive way—partly as a function of the input profile of opinions. To motivate the interest of these rules, I prove two results. First, I characterize each rule in terms of a condition I call ‘Block Preservation’. Block preservation says that if a majority of group members accept a judgment set… CONTINUE READING

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