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Correction to: The doctrinal paradox: comparison of decision rules in a probabilistic framework

Authors: Aureli Alabert, Mercè Farré

Published in: Social Choice and Welfare | Issue 4/2022

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Correction to: The doctrinal paradox: comparison of decision rules in a probabilistic framework
Aureli Alabert
Mercè Farré
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