Non-monotonicity does not imply the no-show paradox

For a feasible set X of exactly three alternatives, Moulin [2] presents a resolute social choice rule satisfying the Condorcet condition, but which does not exhibit the no-show paradox or the twin paradox. He goes on to prove that when there are more than three alternatives no such example exists: The Condorcet condition implies both the no-show paradox and… CONTINUE READING