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Studies in Choice and Welfare
Early research on the general topic of the probability that various paradoxical election outcomes might be observed was typically based on very simple models to describe the likelihood that voters might have different preference rankings on the available candidates. The three primary assumptions of this type are the Dual Culture Condition, the Impartial Culture Condition and the Impartial Anonymous Culture Condition. Research that is based on these assumptions continues to be considered in thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-20441-8_7 fatcat:ymjpadczwffcfn5fqrubj4tkca