Maximal Domain for Strategy-Proof Rules with One Public Good

@article{Berga2000MaximalDF,
  title={Maximal Domain for Strategy-Proof Rules with One Public Good},
  author={Dolors Berga and Shigehiro Serizawa},
  journal={J. Economic Theory},
  year={2000},
  volume={90},
  pages={39-61}
}
In the context of the provision of one pure public good, we study how large a preference domain can be to allow for the existence of strategy-proof rules satisfying the no vetoer condition. This question is qualified by the additional requirement that a domain should include ``a minimally rich domain.'' We first characterize generalized median voter schemes as the unique class of strategy-proof rules on minimally rich domains. Then we establish that the unique maximal domain, including a… CONTINUE READING

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