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03.09.2021 | Original Paper Open Access

On the axiomatic approach to sharing the revenues from broadcasting sports leagues

We take the axiomatic approach to uncover the structure of the revenue-sharing problem from broadcasting sports leagues. We formalize two notions of impartiality, depending on the stance one takes with respect to the revenue generated in the games …

03.09.2021 | Original Paper

Evolutionary stability of preferences: altruism, selfishness, and envy

This paper examines evolutionary stability of preferences in games with strategic complements or substitutes following the indirect evolutionary approach. Preferences are classified into three types: altruism, selfishness, and envy. Depending on …

01.09.2021 | Original Paper

Generalized medians and a political center

Building on properties of the median in one dimension under simple majority rule, I propose two generalizations for multi-dimensional environments and general voting rules. A P-ball (for pivotal) is a smallest radius ball such that, for every pair …

26.08.2021 | Original Paper

The excess method: a multiwinner approval voting procedure to allocate wasted votes

In using approval voting to elect multiple winners to a committee or council, it is desirable that excess votes—approvals beyond those that a candidate, especially a shoo-in, needs to win a seat—not be wasted. Common voting procedures such as …

19.08.2021 | Original Paper

When is the deferred acceptance mechanism responsive to priority-based affirmative action?

For school choice with affirmative action, responsiveness is used as a measure of how a matching mechanism performs in terms of a certain type of affirmative action policy. We know that the Deferred Acceptance (DA) mechanism is not responsive to …

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Social Choice and Welfare explores all aspects, both normative and positive, of welfare economics, collective choice, and strategic interaction. Topics include but are not limited to: preference aggregation, welfare criteria, fairness, justice and equity, rights, inequality and poverty measurement, voting and elections, political games, coalition formation, public goods, mechanism design, networks, matching, optimal taxation, cost-benefit analysis, computational social choice, judgement aggregation, market design, behavioral welfare economics, subjective well-being studies and experimental investigations related to social choice and voting. As such, the journal is inter-disciplinary and cuts across the boundaries of economics, political science, philosophy, and mathematics. Articles on choice and order theory that include results that can be applied to the above topics are also included in the journal. While it emphasizes theory, the journal also publishes empirical work in the subject area reflecting cross-fertilizing between theoretical and empirical research. Readers will find original research articles, surveys, and book reviews.

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