The Borda Count and its real-world alternatives: Comparing scoring rules in Nauru and Slovenia

@article{Fraenkel2014TheBC,
  title={The Borda Count and its real-world alternatives: Comparing scoring rules in Nauru and Slovenia},
  author={Jon Fraenkel and B. Grofman},
  journal={Australian Journal of Political Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={49},
  pages={186 - 205}
}
This article examines strategic elements of voter behaviour in parliamentary elections where the voting method is a scoring rule other than plurality: the Borda Count, which is used for the election of ethnic minorities in Slovenia, and the Dowdall rule, which is used in the Pacific island state of Nauru in multi-seat districts. After first examining the general properties of scoring rules, and generating theoretical differences between the two rules, we look at empirical evidence from Nauru… Expand
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