The theory of committees and elections . And Committeedecisions with complementary valuation

@inproceedings{Black1998TheTO,
  title={The theory of committees and elections . And Committeedecisions with complementary valuation},
  author={Duncan Arthur Black and R. A. Newing and Iain McLean and A. Mcmillan and Burt L. Monroe},
  year={1998}
}
Foreword R.H. Coase. Introduction. Preface. Preface to 1958 Edition. Part 1: The Theory of Committees and Elections. 1. A Committee and Motions. 2. Independent Valuation. 3. Can a Motion be Represented by the Same Symbol on Different Schedules? 4. A Committee Using a Simple Majority: Single-peaked Preference Curves. 5. A Committee Using a Simple Majority: Other Shapes of Preference Curves. 6. A Committee Using a Simple Majority: Any Shapes of Preference Curves, Number of Motions Finite. 7… CONTINUE READING

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