On some suggestions for having non-binary social choice functions

@article{Batra1972OnSS,
  title={On some suggestions for having non-binary social choice functions},
  author={R. Batra and P. Pattanaik},
  journal={Theory and Decision},
  year={1972},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-11}
}
The various paradoxes of social choice uncovered by Arrow [1], Sen [10] and othersSee Murakami [6] for an exhaustive discussion of many of these paradoxes. have led some writers to question the basic assumption of a binary social choice function underlying most of these paradoxes. Schwartz [8], for example, proves an important theorem which may be considered to be a generalization of the famous paradox of Arrow,In a strictly formal sense, Schwartz's [8] theorem is not a generalization of Arrow… Expand

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