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Page 1496 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2003B [page]

2003 Mathematical Reviews  
However, we could weaken the conditions used in the statement of Arrow’s theorem in order to find some “possibility result” concerning the existence of some social choice functions satisfying a new list  ...  It is not explicitly said whether some of the “combinatorial” main theorems in this social choice theory can be restated using topological tools, or vice versa.  ... 

Behavioral social choice: probabilistic models, statistical inference, and applications

2007 ChoiceReviews  
Our notion of behavioral social choice research builds on and, at the same time, complements much of classical social choice theory in the tradition of leading figures such as the Marquis de Condorcet,  ...  We highlight the dependence of social choice results on assumed models of preference or utility. 5.  ...  Our notion of behavioral social choice research builds on and, at the same time, complements much of classical social choice theory in the tradition of leading figures such as the Marquis de Condorcet,  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.44-3496 fatcat:cocndx4ivjbbvb44x6qz6uoowu

The 1st international workshop on computational social choice

Ulle Endriss
2008 Knowledge engineering review (Print)  
Computational social choice is a new discipline currently emerging at the interface of social choice theory and computer science.  ...  It is concerned with the application of computational techniques to the study of social choice mechanisms, and with the integration of social choice paradigms into computing.  ...  For instance, classical results in voting theory show that, under some weak and very natural conditions, it is impossible to design a voting protocol that voters cannot manipulate by reporting insincere  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0269888908001343 fatcat:y2qrzljsfvflle5vujwjjdnp4q

Rationality in games and institutions

Philippe van Basshuysen
2021 Synthese  
This paper considers some implications of these proposals for economic theory, by focusing on institutional design.  ...  I argue that revisionist concepts of rationality conflict with the constraint that institutions should be designed to be incentive-compatible, that is, that they should implement social goals in equilibrium  ...  These theories are motivated by a rejection of the implication that rationality results in inefficiency in some games.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-021-03333-y fatcat:t3ts6zmnbjaezlmjq5rnc54y2u

Computational Social Choice: Prospects and Challenges

Ulle Endriss
2011 Procedia Computer Science  
In this paper, I give a brief introduction to Computational Social Choice and discuss some of the prospects and challenges for this fast growing area of research.  ...  Technologies, and by the insight that many concepts and techniques originating in Computer Science can be used to solve (or provide a new angle on) problems in Social Choice Theory.  ...  choosing from a huge number of alternatives and under conditions where some of the classical assumptions made in Social Choice Theory, e.g., regarding the nature of preferences or the definition of what  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2011.12.022 fatcat:dmfmtv3awze4doon42opnbuybi

Page 1709 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 92c [page]

1992 Mathematical Reviews  
Necessary concepts and results from the theory of normed rings and mathematical logic are provided in two appendices. M.  ...  The strong result obtained is that with at least three agents, all social choice correspondences which sat- isfy the no veto power are implementable by this refinement unless some agents are completely  ... 

Page 2280 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. 48, Issue 6 [page]

1974 Mathematical Reviews  
Even-chance lotteries in social choice theory. Theory and Decision 3 (1972), 18—40.  ...  in the social choice to be made.  ... 

Rational Choice, Itzhak Gilboa, MIT Press, 2010, xv + 158 pages

Olivier Roy
2012 Economics and Philosophy  
The choice of including a section on prospect theory could suggest some form of scepticism on that issue, but the discussion here remains, rightly, at the descriptive level.  ...  Chapter 8, on free markets, shows well the connection between the foundational issues introduced in the previous chapters and more classical results in economics.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0266267112000077 fatcat:comahcwfszewrlpxnjepshkksu

Page 3865 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 84i [page]

1984 Mathematical Reviews  
In the second paper, we describe the logical aspects of classical rational choice.  ...  (Russian) (Problems of logical justification in general choice theory) Y poBHH H KPHTepH KlaccH4ecKOM pallMOHa/IbHOCTH BHIGOpa.  ... 

Sociological Game Theory: Agency, Social Structures and Interaction Processes

Tom R. Burns, Ewa Roszkowska, Ugo Corte, Nora Machado
2017 Optimum Economic Studies  
Game theory can be viewed as an important contribution to multi-agent modeling, with widespread applications in economics and other social sciences.  ...  This paper presents two distinct approaches to extending -sociologizing -classical game theory: firstly, a system/institutional approach -social science game theory (SGT), and secondly, Erving Goffman's  ...  Introduction Classical game theory is widespread in social sciences (and also in engineering and management).  ... 
doi:10.15290/ose.2017.05.89.13 fatcat:2yp7nxugvrhqxdggnxdnxtt7ry

Page 3934 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2003e [page]

2003 Mathematical Reviews  
This paper investigates the link between the merging of epistemic states and two important results in social choice theory, namely Arrow’s impossibility result [see K. J.  ...  .” 2003e:91059 91B14 Cantillon, Estelle (1-YALE-F; New Haven, CT); Rangel, Antonio (|-STF-H; Stanford, CA A graphical analysis of some basic results in social choice.  ... 

A Non-classical Logical Approach to Social Software [chapter]

Can Başkent
2017 Outstanding Contributions to Logic  
In this paper, I argue how non-classical logical approaches can enrich, broaden and support the agenda of social software.  ...  The term social software was coined by Rohit Parikh in 2002.  ...  are not even representable in most social choice theories.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47843-2_6 fatcat:xq2lxracknc6xjevcscozrkdza

Page 5189 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2001G [page]

2001 Mathematical Reviews  
Summary: “A well-known result in social choice theory is the fol- lowing: every scoring rule violates the majority principle as defined by Condorcet.  ...  The paper begins to generalise some of the known classical results to the valued case.  ... 

Page 4063 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 92g [page]

1992 Mathematical Reviews  
Some examples are included and also some hints referring to preprints of the authors with applications of these results to nonsmooth optimization and fixed-point theory. A.  ...  In addition, anonymous social choice functions for the class % are defined and sufficient conditions for their existence are given.  ... 

Applications of Logic in Social Choice Theory [chapter]

Ulle Endriss
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Social choice theory studies of how groups of people should and do make collective decisions.  ...  In this talk I will argue that modern logic can contribute to the study of social choice theory in many different ways, and I will substantiate this claim with examples from recent work by members of my  ...  Social Choice Theory Social choice theory (SCT) is the formal study of mechanisms for collective decision making.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22359-4_7 fatcat:znznix2g2ffkjiyk74ycowrq7u
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