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Storable votes : protecting the minority voice / Alessandra Casella.

By: Casella, Alessandra.
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, c2012Description: xxxiii, 346 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0195309081 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780195309089 (pbk. : alk. paper); 019530909X (alk. paper); 9780195309096 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Karar verme | Decision making | Decision making -- Mathematical models | Karar verme -- Matematiksel modeller | Seçimler -- Matematiksel modeller | Elections -- Mathematical models | Oy verme -- Matematiksel modeller | Voting -- Mathematical models
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 The Idea -- 1.The Simple Logic of Storable Votes -- 1.1.The Theory -- 1.2.The Experiment -- 1.3.Conclusions -- 2.Storing Votes over Time -- 2.1.The Theory -- 2.2.The Experiment -- 2.3.The Results -- 2.4.Conclusions -- 3.Protecting Minorities without Sacrificing Efficiency -- 3.1.The Theory -- 3.2.The Experiment -- 3.3.The Results -- 3.4.Conclusions -- 4.Agenda Control -- 4.1.Controlling the Order of the Agenda -- 4.2.Controlling the Content of the Agenda -- 4.3.Conclusions -- 5.Storable Votes in Large Elections -- 5.1.The Theory -- 5.2.Symmetric Scenarios -- 5.3.Asymmetric Scenarios -- 5.4.Multiple Bonus Votes -- 5.5.Related Referendums -- 5.6.Conclusions -- 6.A Field Test of Storable Votes in Large Elections: Student Elections on the Columbia Campus -- 6.1.The Test -- 6.2.Estimating the Probable Impact of the Bonus Vote -- 6.3.Conclusions -- 7.Conclusions -- pt. 2 The Proofs -- 1.The Simple Logic of Storable Votes -- 1.1.The Formal Model -- Version 1 -- 1.2.Proof of Proposition 1.1 -- 1.3.Proof of Proposition 1.2 -- 1.4.Construction of the Figures in Chapter 1 -- 2.Storing Votes over Time -- 2.1.The Formal Model -- Version 2 -- 2.2.Proof of Proposition 2.1 -- 2.3.Proof of Proposition 2.2 -- 2.4.Proof of Proposition 2.3 -- 2.5.Three-proposal Games: The Second Election for the Two-voter Game -- 3.Protecting Minorities without Sacrificing Efficiency -- 3.1.The Formal Model -- Version 3 -- 3.2.Proof of Proposition 3.1 -- 3.3.Proof of Proposition 3.2 -- 3.4.Proof of Proposition 3.3 -- 3.5.Derivation and Discussion of Figure 3.1 -- 4.Agenda Control -- 4.1.The Formal Model -- Version 4.1 -- 4.2.Proof of Proposition 4.1 -- 4.3.Proof of Proposition 4.2 -- 4.4.Proof of Proposition 4.3 -- 4.5.Proof of Proposition 4.4 -- 4.6.Equilibria: Experiment 4.1 -- 4.7.The Formal Model -- Version 4.2 -- 4.8.Proof of Result 4.1 -- 4.9.Proof of Result 4.2 -- 4.10.Derivation of Table 4.5 -- 5.Storable Votes in Large Elections -- 5.1.The Formal Model -- Version 5 -- 5.2.Three Preliminary Results -- 5.3.Proof of Proposition 5.1 -- 5.4.Proof of Proposition 5.2 -- 5.5.Proof of Proposition 5.3 -- 5.6.Proof of Proposition 5.4 -- 6.A Field Test of Storable Votes in Large Elections: Student Elections on the Columbia Campus -- 6.1.Testing the Representativeness of the Samples -- 6.2.Measures of Inequality -- Appendix: Experimental Instructions -- A.1.Experiment in Chapter 1 -- A.2.Experiment in Chapter 2 -- A.3.Experiment in Chapter 3 -- A.4.Experiment 4.1 in Chapter 4 -- A.5.Experiment 4.2 in Chapter 4 -- A.6.Experiment in Chapter 6.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-337) and index.

Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 The Idea -- 1.The Simple Logic of Storable Votes -- 1.1.The Theory -- 1.2.The Experiment -- 1.3.Conclusions -- 2.Storing Votes over Time -- 2.1.The Theory -- 2.2.The Experiment -- 2.3.The Results -- 2.4.Conclusions -- 3.Protecting Minorities without Sacrificing Efficiency -- 3.1.The Theory -- 3.2.The Experiment -- 3.3.The Results -- 3.4.Conclusions -- 4.Agenda Control -- 4.1.Controlling the Order of the Agenda -- 4.2.Controlling the Content of the Agenda -- 4.3.Conclusions -- 5.Storable Votes in Large Elections -- 5.1.The Theory -- 5.2.Symmetric Scenarios -- 5.3.Asymmetric Scenarios -- 5.4.Multiple Bonus Votes -- 5.5.Related Referendums -- 5.6.Conclusions -- 6.A Field Test of Storable Votes in Large Elections: Student Elections on the Columbia Campus -- 6.1.The Test -- 6.2.Estimating the Probable Impact of the Bonus Vote -- 6.3.Conclusions -- 7.Conclusions -- pt. 2 The Proofs -- 1.The Simple Logic of Storable Votes -- 1.1.The Formal Model -- Version 1 -- 1.2.Proof of Proposition 1.1 -- 1.3.Proof of Proposition 1.2 -- 1.4.Construction of the Figures in Chapter 1 -- 2.Storing Votes over Time -- 2.1.The Formal Model -- Version 2 -- 2.2.Proof of Proposition 2.1 -- 2.3.Proof of Proposition 2.2 -- 2.4.Proof of Proposition 2.3 -- 2.5.Three-proposal Games: The Second Election for the Two-voter Game -- 3.Protecting Minorities without Sacrificing Efficiency -- 3.1.The Formal Model -- Version 3 -- 3.2.Proof of Proposition 3.1 -- 3.3.Proof of Proposition 3.2 -- 3.4.Proof of Proposition 3.3 -- 3.5.Derivation and Discussion of Figure 3.1 -- 4.Agenda Control -- 4.1.The Formal Model -- Version 4.1 -- 4.2.Proof of Proposition 4.1 -- 4.3.Proof of Proposition 4.2 -- 4.4.Proof of Proposition 4.3 -- 4.5.Proof of Proposition 4.4 -- 4.6.Equilibria: Experiment 4.1 -- 4.7.The Formal Model -- Version 4.2 -- 4.8.Proof of Result 4.1 -- 4.9.Proof of Result 4.2 -- 4.10.Derivation of Table 4.5 -- 5.Storable Votes in Large Elections -- 5.1.The Formal Model -- Version 5 -- 5.2.Three Preliminary Results -- 5.3.Proof of Proposition 5.1 -- 5.4.Proof of Proposition 5.2 -- 5.5.Proof of Proposition 5.3 -- 5.6.Proof of Proposition 5.4 -- 6.A Field Test of Storable Votes in Large Elections: Student Elections on the Columbia Campus -- 6.1.Testing the Representativeness of the Samples -- 6.2.Measures of Inequality -- Appendix: Experimental Instructions -- A.1.Experiment in Chapter 1 -- A.2.Experiment in Chapter 2 -- A.3.Experiment in Chapter 3 -- A.4.Experiment 4.1 in Chapter 4 -- A.5.Experiment 4.2 in Chapter 4 -- A.6.Experiment in Chapter 6.

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