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It is well known that many social decision procedures are manipulable through strategic behaviour. Typically, the decision procedures considered in the literature have been social choice correspondences. In this article, we investigate the problem of constructing a social welfare function that is...
Preferences are not always expressible via complete inear orders: sometimes it is more natural to allow for the presence of incomparable outcomes. This may hold both in the agents' preference ordering and in the social order. In this article, we consider this scenario and study what properties it...
The theory of belief revision and merging has recently been applied to judgement aggregation. In this article I argue that judgements are best aggregated by merging the evidence on which they are based, rather than by directly merging the judgements themselves. This leads to a three-step strategy...