Sequential composition of voting rules in multi-issue domains

@article{Lang2009SequentialCO,
  title={Sequential composition of voting rules in multi-issue domains},
  author={J. Lang and Lirong Xia},
  journal={Math. Soc. Sci.},
  year={2009},
  volume={57},
  pages={304-324}
}
  • J. Lang, Lirong Xia
  • Published 2009
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Math. Soc. Sci.
  • In many real-world group decision making problems, the set of alternatives is a Cartesian product of finite value domains for each of a given set of variables (or issues). Dealing with such domains leads to the following well-known dilemma: either ask the voters to vote separately on each issue, which may lead to the so-called multiple election paradoxes as soon as voters' preferences are not separable; or allow voters to express their full preferences on the set of all combinations of values… CONTINUE READING
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