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Saari, Donald G.; "Methods of Apportionment and the House of Representatives"; American Mathematical Monthly; Vol. 85, No. 10; December, 1978; 792-802; #2191.

[Saari, Donald G.]; Packel, Edward W.; "Strategic Equilibria and Decisive Set Structures for Social Choice Mechanisms"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 2, No. 4; June, 1982; 373-378; #1520.

Saari, Donald G.; "Inconsistencies of Weighted Summation Voting Systems"; Mathematics of Operations Research; Vol. 7, No. 4; November, 1982; 479-490; #321.

Saari, Donald G.; "The Ultimate of Chaos Resulting From Weighted Voting Systems"; Advances in Applied Mathematics; Vol. 5, No. 3; September, 1984; 286-308; #1132.

Saari, Donald G.; "Price Dynamics, Social Choice, Voting Methods, Probability and Chaos"; Advances in Equilibrium Theory; edited by Charalambos D. Aliprantis, Owen Burkinshaw and Neal J. Rothman; Berlin; Springer Verlag; 1985; 1-24; #375.

Saari, Donald G.; "Random Behavior in Numerical Analysis, Decision Theory, and Macrosystems: Some Impossibility Theorems"; Dynamics of Macrosystems; edited by Jean-Pierre Aubin, Donald G. Saari and Karl Sigmund; Berlin; Springer Verlag; 1986; 115-126; #1800.

Saari, Donald G.; "The Sources of Some Paradoxes from Social Choice and Probability"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 41, No. 1; February, 1987; 1-22; #1383.

Saari, Donald G.; "Chaos and the Theory of Elections"; Dynamical Systems; edited by A. B. Kurzhanski and Karl Sigmund; Berlin; Springer Verlag; 1987; 179-188; #1799.

Saari, Donald G.; "Symmetry, Voting and Social Choice"; Mathematical Intelligencer; Vol. 10, No. 3; Summer, 1988; 32-42; #2000.

Saari, Donald G.; van Newenhizen, Jill; "The Problem of Indeterminacy in Approval, Multiple and Truncated Voting Systems"; Public Choice; Vol. 59, No. 2; November, 1988; 101-120; #2041. [See comment by Brams, Fishburn, and Merrill, response by Saari and Van Newenhizen, and rejoinder by Brams, Fishburn, and Merrill]

Saari, Donald G.; Van Newenhizen, Jill; "Is Approval Voting an 'Unmitigated Evil?' A Response to Brams, Fishburn, and Merrill"; Public Choice; Vol. 59, No. 2; 1988; 133-147; #2077. [Response to Brams, Fishburn, and Merrill comment on a paper by Saari and Van Newenhizen; see rejoinder by Brams, Fishburn, and Merrill]

Saari, Donald G.; "A Dictionary for Voting Paradoxes"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 48, No. 2; August, 1989; 443-475; #2180.

Saari, Donald G.; "Susceptibility to Manipulation"; Public Choice; Vol. 64, No. 1; January, 1990; 21-41; #2224.

Saari, Donald G.; "Consistency of Decision Processes"; Annals of Operations Research; Vol. 23, No. 1-4; 1990; 103-137; #2192.

Saari, Donald G.; "The Borda Dictionary"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 7, No. 4; November, 1990; 279-317; #2332.

Saari, Donald G.; "Relationship Admitting Families of Candidates"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 8, No. 1; February, 1991; 21-50; #2335.

Saari, Donald G.; "Erratic Behavior in Economic Models"; Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; Vol. 16, Nos. 1-2; July, 1991; 3-35; #3484.

Saari, Donald G.; "Calculus and Extensions of Arrow's Theorem"; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 20, No. 3; 1991; 271-306; #2193.

Saari, Donald G.; "The Aggregate Excess Demand Function and Other Aggregation Procedures"; Economic Theory; Vol. 2, No. 3; July, 1992; 359-388; #3493.

Saari, Donald G.; "Millions of Election Rankings from a Single Profile"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 9, No. 4; October, 1992; 277-306; #2194.

Saari, Donald G.; "Symmetry Extensions of 'Neutrality' I. Advantage to the Condorcet Loser"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 9, No. 4; October, 1992; 307-336; #2195.

Saari, Donald G.; "Symmetry Extensions of 'Neutrality' II. Partial Ordering of Dictionaries"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 10, No. 4; October, 1993; 301-334; #2196.

Saari, Donald G.; Geometry of Voting; Berlin; Springer-Verlag; 1994; #2703. [See review by Merlin]

Saari, Donald G.; "A Chaotic Explanation of Aggregation Paradoxes"; SIAM Review; Vol. 37, No. 1; March, 1995; 37-52; #2198.

Saari, Donald G.; "Inner Consistency or Not Inner Consistency; A Reformulation is the Answer"; Social Choice, Welfare, and Ethics; edited by William A. Barnett, Herve Moulin, Maurice Salles, and Norman Schofield; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1995; 187-212; #2197.

Saari, Donald G.; Basic Geometry of Voting; Berlin; Springer Verlag; 1995; #2190.

Saari, Donald G.; "The Mathematical Symmetry of Choosing"; Mathematica Japonica; Vol. 44, No. 1; 1996; 183-200; #3046.

Saari, Donald G.; Merlin, Vincent R.; "The Copeland Method. I. Relationships and the Dictionary"; Economic Theory; Vol. 8, No. 1; June, 1996; 51-76; #3047. [see Part II]

Saari, Donald G.; "Election Results and a Partial Ordering for Positional Ordering"; Collective Decision-Making: Social Choice and Political Economy; edited by Norman J. Schofield; Boston/Dordrecht/London; Kluwer Academic Publishers; 1996; 93-110; #2457.

[Saari, Donald G.]; Merlin, Vincent R.; "Copeland Method. II. Manipulation, Monotonicity, and Paradoxes"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 72, No. 1; January, 1997; 148-172; #3045. [see Part I]

Saari, Donald G.; "The Generic Existence of a Core for q-Rules"; Economic Theory; Vol. 9, No. 2; February, 1997; 219-260; #3119.

Saari, Donald G.; "Informational Geometry of Social Choice"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 14, No. 2; April, 1997; 211-232; #2521.

Saari, Donald G.; "Are Individual Rights Possible?"; Mathematics Magazine; Vol. 70, No. 2; April, 1997; 83-92; #3044.

Saari, Donald G.; "Connecting and Resolving Sen's and Arrow's Theorems"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 15, No. 2; February, 1998; 239-261; #3206.

Saari, Donald G.; Valognes, Fabrice; "Geometry, Voting, and Paradoxes"; Mathematics Magazine; Vol. 71, No. 4; October, 1998; 243-259; #3303.

Saari, Donald G.; Tataru, Maria M.; "The Likelihood of Dubious Election Outcomes"; Economic Theory; Vol. 13, No. 2; March, 1999; 345-363; #3480. [Corrigendum: Economic Theory, Vol.14, No. 3, (November, 1999), 750]

Saari, Donald G.; "Explaining All Three-Alternative Voting Outcomes"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 87, No. 2; August, 1999; 313-355; #3652.

Saari, Donald G.; "Chaos, But in Voting and Apportionments?"; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences; Vol. 96, No. 19; September, 1999; 10568-10571; #3641.

Saari, Donald G.; Valognes, Fabrice; "The Geometry of Black's Single-Peakedness and Related Conditions"; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 32, No. 4; December, 1999; 429-456; #3642.

Saari, Donald G.; "Review of Principles of Electoral Reform and The Politics of Consensus"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 17, No. 1; January, 2000; 179-188; #3594. [Review of book by Dummett and book by Emerson]

Saari, Donald G.; "Mathematical Structure of Voting Paradoxes. I. Pairwise Votes"; Economic Theory; Vol. 15, No. 1; 2000; 1-53; #3702.

Saari, Donald G.; "Mathematical Structure of Voting Paradoxes. II. Positional Voting"; Economic Theory; Vol. 15, No. 1; 2000; 55-102; #3703.

[Saari, Donald G.]; Merlin, Vincent R.; "A Geometric Examination of Kemeny's Rule"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 17, No. 3; May, 2000; 403-438; #3623.

Saari, Donald G.; Merlin, Vincent R.; "Changes That Cause Changes"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 17, No. 4; August, 2000; 691-705; #3674.

Saari, Donald G.; "Suppose You Want to Vote Strategically"; Math Horizons; November, 2000; 5-10; #3741.

Saari, Donald G.; "Analyzing a Nail-biting Election"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 18, No. 3; July, 2001; 415-430; #3764.

Saari, Donald G.; Chaotic Elections! A Mathematician Looks at Voting; American Mathematical Society; Providence, RI; 2001; #3659.

Saari, Donald G.; Decisions and Elections: Explaining the Unexpected; Cambridge University Press; Cambridge; 2001; #3842. [See review by Weymark.]

Saari, Donald G.; "Adopting a Plurality Vote Perspective"; Mathematics of Operations Research; Vol. 27, No. 1; February, 2002; 45-64; #3951.

Saari, Donald G.; "Unsettling Aspects of Voting Theory"; Economic Theory; Vol. 22, No. 3; October, 2003; 529-555; #4110.

Saari, Donald G.; “Geometry of Chaotic and Stable Discussions”; American Mathematical Monthly; Vol. 111, No. 5; 2004; 377-393; #4364.

Saari, Donald G.; Barney, Steven; “Consequences of Reversing Preferences”; Mathematical Intelligencer; Vol. 25, No. 4; 2003; 17-31; #4363.

Saari, Donald G.; “The Profile Structure for Luce's Choice Axiom”; Journal of Mathematical Psychology; Vol. 49, No. 3; 2005; 226-253; #4362.

Saari, Donald G.; “Which is Better: The Condorcet or Borda Winner?”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 26, No. 1; January, 2006; 107-129; #4497.

Saari, Donald G.; Petron-Brunel, Anne; “Negative Externalities and Sen's Liberalism Theorem”; Economic Theory; Vol. 28, No. 2; 2006; 265-281; #4868.

Saari, Donald G.; “Mathematics and Voting”; Notices of the American Mathematical Society; Vol. 55, No. 4; April, 2008; 448-455; #4904.

[Saari, Donald G.]; Li, Lingfang (Ivy); "Sen's Theorem: Geometric Proof, New Interpretations"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 31, No. 3; October, 2008; 393-413; #4951.

Saari, Donald G.; "Complexity and the Geometry of Voting"; Mathematical and Computer Modelling; Vol. 48, No. 9-10; 2008; 1335-1356; #5120.

[Saari, Donald G.]; Kronewetter, Jason; "From Decision Problems to Dethroned Dictators"; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 44, No. 7-8; 2008; 745-761; #5093.

Saari, Donald G.; "Condorcet Domains: A Geometric Perspective"; The Mathematics of Preference, Choice and Order: Essays in Honor of Peter C. Fishburn; Edited by Steven Brams, William V. Gehrlein, and Fred S. Roberts; Springer; Berlin; 2009; 161-182; #5014.

Saari, Donald G.; Asay, Garrett R.; "Finessing a Point: Augmenting the Core"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 34, No. 1; January, 2010; 121-143; #5103.

Saari, Donald G.; "Systematic Analysis of Multiple Voting Rules"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 34, No. 2; February, 2010; 217-147; #5111.

Saari, Donald G.; "Review of Peter Emerson (ed): Designing an All-inclusive Democracy"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 35, No. 2; July, 2010; 331-335; #5235.

Saari, Donald G.; "Source of Complexity in the Social and Managerial Sciences: An Extended Sen's Theorem"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 4; October, 2011; 609-620; #5516.

Saaty, Thomas L.; Vargas, Luis G.; "The Possibility of Group Choice: Pairwise Comparisons and Merging Functions"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 38, Number 3; March, 2012; 481-496; #5553.

[Sabourian, Hamid]; Lee, Jihong; "Efficient Repeated Implementation"; Econometrica; Vol. 79, No. 6; 2011; 1967-1994; #5719.

Sadiraj, Vjollca; Tuinstra, Jan; van Winden, Frans; "Identification of Voters with Interest Groups Improves the Electoral Chances of the Challenger"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Volo. 60, No. 3; 2010; 210-216; #5445.

[Sadovskii, A. L.]; Sadovskii, Leonid Efimovich; Mathematics and Sports; Translated by S. Makar-Limanov; American Mathematical Society; Providence, R.I.; 1993; #3545. [Chapter 4, "Those Judges!", pp. 35-52, discusses aggregating rankings]

Sadovskii, Leonid Efimovich; Sadovskii, A. L.; Mathematics and Sports; Translated by S. Makar-Limanov; American Mathematical Society; Providence, R.I.; 1993; #3545. [Chapter 4, "Those Judges!", pp. 35-52, discusses aggregating rankings]

[Safra, Zvi]; Karni, Edi; "Individual Sense of Justice: a Utility Representation"; Econometrica Vol. 70, No. 1; January, 2002; 263-284; #4042.

Safra, Zvi; Weissengrin, Einat; "Harsanyi's Impartial Observer Theorem with a Restricted Domain"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 20, No. 2; April, 2003; 177-187; #3999.

[Safra, Zvi]; Karni, Edi; “Moral Sentiments and Social Choice”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 30, No. 3; April, 2008; 427-446; #4911.

[Sager, Lawrence G.]; Kornhauser, Lewis A.; "Unpacking the Court"; Yale Law Review; Vol. 96, No. 1; November, 1986; 82-117; #3270. [Follows Easterbrook on Arrow and the Supreme Court]

[Sager, Lawrence G.]; Kornhauser, Lewis A.; "The One and the Many: Adjudication in Collegial Courts"; California Law Review; Vol. 81, No. 1; January, 1993; 1-59; #3275. [advocating issue voting]

Saglam, Ismail; "A Note on Jackson's Theorems in Bayesian Implementation"; Economics Bulletin; Vol. 3, No. 55; 2008; 1-8; #5038.

[Saglam, Ismail]; Mumcu, Aye; "Games of Capacity Allocation in Many-to-one Matching with an Aftermarket"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 33, No. 3; September, 2009; 383-403; #5157.

Sah, Raaj Kumar; Stiglitz, Joseph E.; "Committees, Hierarchies and Polyarchies"; Economic Journal; Vol. 98, No. 391; June, 1988; 451-470; #2119.

Sahi, Siddhartha; "Correlation Inequalities for Partially Ordered Algebras"; The Mathematics of Preference, Choice and Order: Essays in Honor of Peter C. Fishburn; Edited by Steven Brams, William V. Gehrlein, and Fred S. Roberts; Springer; Berlin; 2009; 361-369; #5027.

[Sahlquist, H.]; Hansson, Bengt; "A Proof Technique for Social Choice with Variable Electorate"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 13, No. 2; October, 1976; 193-200; #20.

Saijo, Tatsuyoshi; "On Constant Maskin Monotonic Social Choice Functions"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 42, No. 2; August, 1987; 382-386; #1626.

Saijo, Tatsuyoshi; "Strategy Space Reduction in Maskin's Theorem: Sufficient Conditions for Nash Implementation"; Econometrica; Vol. 56, No. 3; May, 1988; 693-700; #2112.

Saijo, Tatsuyoshi; Tatamitani, Yoshikatsu; Yamato, Takehiko; "Characterizing Natural Implementability: The Fair and Walrasian Correspondences"; Games and Economic Behavior; Vol. 28, No. 2; August, 1999; 271-293; #3906.

[Saijo, Tatsuyoshi]; Cason, Timothy N.; Sjöström, Tomas; Yamato, Takehiko; “Secure Implementation Experiments: Do Strategy-proof Mechanisms Really Work?”; Games and Economic Behavior; Vol. 57, No. 2; 2006; 206-235; #4848.

Saijo, Tatsuyoshi; Yamato, Takehiko; "Fundamental Impossibility Theorems on Voluntary Participation in the Provision of Non-excludable Public Goods"; Review of Economic Design; Vol. 14, No. 1-2; March, 2010; 51-73; #5370.

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[Saipe, A. L.]; Cook, Wade D.; "Committee Approach to Priority Planning: the Median Ranking Method"; Cahiers du Centre d'Études de Recherche Opérationnelle; Vol. 18, No. 3; 1976; 337-351; #2486.

[Saitoh, Hiroki]; Hashimoto, Kazuhiko; "Domain Expansion of the Pivotal Mechanism"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 34, No. 3; March, 2010; 455-470; #5185.

[Saitoh, Hiroki]; Hashimoto, Kazuhiko; "Strategy-proof and Anonymous Rule in Queueing Problems: a Relationship Between Equity and Efficiency"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 38, Number 3; March, 2012; 473-480; #5552.

Sakaguchi, Minoru; "Some Entropy Results in Voting Behavior"; Mathematica Japonica; Vol. 31, No. 6; November, 1986; 939-956; #2479.

Sakai, Toyotaka; "An Axiomatic Approach to Intergenerational Equity"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 20, No. 1; February, 2003; 167-176; #3998.

Sakai, Toyotaka; Shimoji, Masaki; “Dichotomous Preferences and the Possibility of Arrovian Social Choice”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 26, No. 3; June, 2006; 435-445; #4500.

Sakai, Toyotaka; “Equitable Intergenerational Preferences on Restricted Domains”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 1; August, 2006; 41-54; #4516.

[Sakai, Toyotaka]; Bochet, Olivier; “Strategic Manipulations of Multi-valued Solutions in Economies with Indivisibilities”; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 53, No. 1; 2007; 53-68; #4830.

Sakai, Toyotaka; "Intergenerational Equity and an Explicit Construction of Welfare Criteria"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 35, No. 3; September, 2010; 393-414; #5240.

Sakai, Toyotaka; "A Characterization and an Impossibility of Finite Length Anonymity for Infinite Generations"; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 46, No. 5; 2010; 877-883; #5430.

Sakai, Toyotaka; Wakayama, Takuma; "Strategy-proofness, Tops-only, and the Uniform Rule"; Theory and Decision; Vol. 72, No. 3; 2012; 287-301; #5706.

[Sakakibara, Kenichi]; Okada, Akira; Suga, Koichi; "The Dynamic Transformation of Political Systems Through Social Contract: A Game Theoretic Approach"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 14, No. 1; January, 1997; 1-21; #2423.

[Sako, Kazue]; Hirt, Martin; "Efficient Receiptfree Voting Based on Homomorphic Encryption"; Advances in Cryptology-EUROCRYPT 2000; Edited by Bart Preneel; Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1807; Springer; Berlin; 2000; 539-556; #3935.

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Salas, Rafael; "Multilevel Interterritorial Convergence and Additive Multidimensional Inequality Decomposition"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 19, No. 1; January, 2002; 207-218; #3884.

Salles, Maurice; "A Note on Ken-Ichi Inada's 'Majority Rule and Rationality' "; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 8, No. 4; August, 1974; 539-540; #646.

Salles, Maurice; "A General Possibility Theorem for Group Decision Rules with Pareto-Transitivity"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 11, No. 1; August, 1975; 110-118; #645.

Salles, Maurice; "Characterization of Transitive Individual Preferences for Quasi-transitive Collective Preference Under Simple Games"; International Economic Review; Vol. 17, No. 2; June, 1976; 308-318; #1146.

Salles, Maurice; Wendell, Richard E.; "A Further Result on the Core of Voting Games"; International Journal of Game Theory; Vol. 6, Issue 1; 1978; 35-40; #1200.

[Salles, Maurice]; Bordes, Georges A.; "Sur l'impossibilité des Fonctions de Décision Collective: Un Commentaire et un Résultat"; Revue d'Économie Politique; Vol. 88, No. 3; May-June, 1978; 442-448; #1641.

[Salles, Maurice]; Gaertner, Wulf; "Procédures d'agrégation avec domaines restreints et théorèmes d'existence"; Analyse et agrégation des préférences; edited by Pierre Batteau, Eric Jacquet-Lagrèze and Bernard Monjardet; Paris; Economica; 1981; 75-122; #1360.

Salles, Maurice; "Jeux Simples d'Agrégation"; Économie Appliquée; Vol. 36, No. 4; 1983; 697-710; #271.

[Salles, Maurice]; Pattanaik, Prasanta K.; editors; Social Choice and Welfare; Amsterdam; North-Holland; 1983; #409.

[Salles, Maurice]; Barrett, C. Richard; Pattanaik, Prasanta K.; "On the Structure of Fuzzy Social Welfare Functions"; Fuzzy Sets and Systems; Vol. 19, No. 1; May, 1986; 1-10; #879.

[Salles, Maurice]; Le Breton, Michel; "On the Generic Emptiness of the Local Core of Voting Games"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 4, No. 4; December, 1987; 287-294; #854.

Salles, Maurice; "Remarques sur la théorème d'Arrow tel qu'il est énoncé par Jean-Paul Penot"; Gazette des Mathématiciens; No. 36; April, 1988; 45; #2064. [Comment on Appendix of paper by Penot.]

Salles, Maurice; "The Best Voting Method: A Review of Voting Procedures by Michael Dummett"; Social Choice and Welfare; October, 1989; Vol. 6, No. 4; 337-346; #2147.

[Salles, Maurice]; Le Breton, Michel; "The Stability Set of Voting Games: Classification and Genericity Results"; International Journal of Game Theory; Vol. 19, No. 2; 1990; 111-127; #2280.

[Salles, Maurice]; Barrett, C. Richard; Pattanaik, Prasanta K.; "Rationality and Aggregation of Preferences in an Ordinally Fuzzy Framework"; Fuzzy Sets and Systems; Vol. 49, No. 1; July 10, 1992; 9-13; #3025.

[Salles, Maurice]; Bordes, Georges A.; Le Breton, Michel; "Gillies and Miller's Subrelations of a Relation over an Infinite Set of Alternatives: General Results; and Applications to Voting Games"; Mathematics of Operations Research; Vol. 17, No. 3; 1992; 509-518; #2990.

[Salles, Maurice]; Barnett, William A.; Schofield, Norman; Social Choice, Welfare and Ethics; Cambridge University Press; 1995; #2420.

Salles, Maurice; "On Modelling Individual Rights: Some Conceptual Issues: Discussion"; Social Choice Re-examined, Vol. 2; Edited by Kenneth J. Arrow, Amartya K. Sen, and Kotaro Suzumura; New York; St Martin's Press; 1997; 129-133; #2785. [discussion of paper by Pattanaik]

[Salles, Maurice]; Brunel, Anne; "Interpretative, Semantic and Formal Difficulties of the Social Choice Rule Approach to Rights"; Freedom in Economics, New Perspectives in Normative Analysis; Edited by Jean-François Laslier, Marc Fleurbaey, Nicolas Laslier, and Alain Trannoy; Routledge; 1998; 101-111; #3512. [See comment by Hammond.]

Salles, Maurice; "Review of The Measurement of Voting Power (Felsenthal and Machover)"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 17, No. 3; May, 2000; 567-569; #3631.

[Salles, Maurice]; Geslin, Stéphanie; Ziad, Abderrahmane; “Fuzzy Aggregation in Economic Environments: I. Quantitative Fuzziness, Public Goods and Monotonicity Assumptions”; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 45, No. 2; April, 2003; 155-166; #4408.

[Salles, Maurice]; C. Barrett, Richard; Petron-Brunel, Anne; "A New Approach to Rights in Social Choice Theory Which Incorporates Utilitarianism"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 22, No. 1; February, 2004; 17-28; #4198.

Salles, Maurice; “Forward”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 25, Nos. 2-3; December, 2005; 229-230; #4457.

[Salles, Maurice]; Pattanaik, Prasanta K.; “An Interview with I. M.D. Little”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 25, Nos. 2-3; December, 2005; 357-368; #4464.

Salles, Maurice; “The Launching of ‘Social Choice and Welfare’ and the Creation of the ‘Society for Social Choice and Welfare’”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 25, Nos. 2-3; December, 2005; 557-564; #4474.

[Salles, Maurice]; Fara, Rudolf; “An Interview with Michael Dummett: From Analytical Philosophy to Voting Analysis and Beyond”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 2; October, 2006; 347-364; #4529.

Salles, Maurice; “Foreword”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 29, No. 4; December, 2007; 557; #4681.

Salles, Maurice; "Prasanta K. Pattanaik: President-elect of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare 2004-2005, President 2006-2007"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 4; October, 2011; 543; #5510.

[Salles, Maurice]; Fono, Louis Aimé; "Continuity of Utility Functions Representing Fuzzy Preferences"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 4; October, 2011; 669-682; #5521.

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Schofield, Norman J.; "Individual and Collective Rationality"; Politics as Rational Action: Essays in Public Choice and Policy Analysis; edited by Leif Lewin and Evert Vedung; Dordrecht; D. Reidel; 1980; 99-120; #2189.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Bargaining Set Theory and Stability in Coalition Governments"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 3, No. 1; July, 1982; 9-32; #1525.

Schofield, Norman J.; "The Relationship Between Voting and Party Strength in an Electoral System"; Power, Voting and Voting Power; edited by Manfred J. Holler; Würzburg-Vienna; Physica Verlag; 1982; 121-134; #1411.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Generic Instability of Majority Rule"; Review of Economic Studies; Vol. 50(4), No. 163; October, 1983; 695-705; #48.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Equilibria in Simple Dynamic Games"; Social Choice and Welfare; edited by Prasanta K. Pattanaik and Maurice Salles; North-Holland; Amsterdam; 1983; 269-284; #27.

Schofield, Norman J.; "The General Relevance of the Impossibility Theorem in Smooth Social Choice"; Theory and Decision; Vol. 16, No. 1; January, 1984; 21-44; #283.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Social Equilibrium and Cycles on Compact Sets"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 33, No. 1; June, 1984; 59-71; #279.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Classification Theorem for Smooth Social Choice on a Manifold"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 1, No. 3; October, 1984; 187-201; #818.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Bargaining Over Public Goods"; Coalitions and Collective Action; edited by Manfred J. Holler; Vienna; Physica-Verlag; 1984; 33-50; #1454.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Political Fragmentation and the Stability of Coalition Governments in Western Europe"; Coalitions and Collective Action; edited by Manfred J. Holler; Vienna; Physica-Verlag; 1984; 297-319; #1470.

Schofield, Norman J.; Laver, Michael; "Bargaining Theory and Portfolio Payoffs in European Coalition Governments"; British Journal of Political Science; Vol. 15, No. 2; April, 1985; 143-164; #1101.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Anarchy, Altruism and Cooperation: A Review"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 2, No. 4; December, 1985; 207-219; #828.

Schofield, Norman J.; Social Choice and Democracy; Berlin; Springer Verlag; 1985; #408. [see review by Aizerman and review by Kelly]

Schofield, Norman J.; "Permutation Cycles and Manipulation of Choice Functions"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 3, No. 2; July, 1986; 107-118; #1069.

[Schofield, Norman J.]; McKelvey, Richard D.; "Structural Instability of the Core"; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 15, No. 3; 1986; 179-198; #1697.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Existence of a 'Structurally Stable' Equilibrium for a Non-Collegial Voting Rule"; Public Choice; Vol. 51, No. 3; 1986; 267-284; #3120.

[Schofield, Norman J.]; McKelvey, Richard D.; "Generalized Symmetry Conditions at a Core Point"; Econometrica; Vol. 55, No. 4; July, 1987; 423-433; #1990.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Bargaining in Weighted Majority Voting Games, With an Application to Portfolio Distributions"; The Logic of Multiparty Systems; edited by Manfred J. Holler; Dordrecht; Kluwer; 1987; 51-65; #2097.

Schofield, Norman J.; Laver, Michael; "Bargaining Theory and Cabinet Stability in European Coalition Governments: 1945-1983"; The Logic of Multiparty Systems; edited by Manfred J. Holler; Dordrecht; Kluwer; 1987; 137-152; #2103.

Schofield, Norman J.; Grofman, Bernard; Feld, Scott L.; "The Core and the Stability of Group Choice in Spatial Voting Games"; American Political Science Review; Vol. 82, No. 1; March, 1988; 195-211; #2014.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Smooth Social Choice"; Mathematical and Computer Modelling; Vol. 12, No. 4-5; 1989; 417-435; #3048.

Schofield, Norman J.; Tovey, Craig A.; "Probability and Convergence for Supra-Majority Rule with Euclidean Preferences"; Mathematical and Computer Modelling; Vol. 16, No. 8-9; August-September, 1992; 41-58; #2199.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Political Economy: A Personal Interpretation and an Overview"; Political Economy: Institutions, Competition, and Representation; Barnett, William A.; Hinich, Melvin J.; Schofield, Norman J., editors; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1993; 1-22; #3235.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Party Competition in a Spatial Model of Coalition Formation"; Political Economy: Institutions, Competition, and Representation; Barnett, William A.; Hinich, Melvin J.; Schofield, Norman J., editors; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1993; 135-174; #3236.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Rational Choice and Political Economy"; Critical Review; Vol. 9, No. 1-2; Winter-Spring, 1995; 189-211; #3056.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Existence of a Smooth Social Choice Functor"; Social Choice, Welfare, and Ethics; edited by Barnett, William A.; Hervé Moulin; Maurice Salles; Norman Schofield; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1995; 213-246; #2555.

[Schofield, Norman J.]; Barnett, William A.; Salles, Maurice; Social Choice, Welfare and Ethics; Cambridge University Press; 1995; #2420.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Introduction: Research Programs in Preference and Belief Aggregation"; Collective Decision-Making: Social Choice and Political Economy; edited by Norman J. Schofield; Boston/Dordrecht/London; Kluwer Academic Publishers; 1996; 1-22; #2453.

Schofield, Norman J.; Collective Decision-Making: Social Choice and Political Economy; Boston/Dordrecht/London; Kluwer Academic Publishers; 1996; #2452.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Voting Models in the Arrovian Framework: Discussion"; Social Choice Re-Examined, Vol. 1; edited by Kenneth J. Arrow, Amartya Sen, and Kotaro Suzumura; New York; St Martin's Press; 1997; 68-71; #3134. [discussion of a paper by Aleskerov]

Schofield, Norman J.; "Multiparty Electoral Politics"; Perspectives on Public Choice: A Handbook; Dennis Mueller, editor; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1997; 271-295; #3246.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Aggregation of Smooth Preferences"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 15, No. 2; February, 1998; 161-185; #3201.

Schofield, Norman J.; Sened, Itai; Nixon, David; "Nash Equilibrium in Multiparty Competition with 'Stochastic' Voters"; Annals of Operations Research; Vol. 84; 1998; 3-27; #3686.

Schofield, Norman J.; "The C1 Topology on the Space of Smooth Preference Profiles"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 16, No. 3; May, 1999; 445-470; #3444.

Schofield, Norman J.; "The Heart and the Uncovered Set"; Mathematical Utility Theory; edited by Gerhard Herden, Norbert Knoche, Christian Seidl, and Walter Trockel; Springer Verlag; Vienna; 1999; 79-113; #3697.

Schofield, Norman J.; "A Smooth Social Choice Method of Preference Aggregation"; Topics in Mathematical Economics and Game Theory; Edited by Myrna H. Wooders; Fields Institute Communication, Vol. 23; American Mathematical Society; Providence, RI; 1999; 213-232; #3821.

Schofield, Norman J.; Parks, Robert P.; "Nash Equilibrium in a Spatial Model of Coalition Bargaining"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 39, No. 2; March, 2000; 133-174; #3963.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Institutional Innovation, Contingency and War: a Review"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 17, No. 3; May, 2000; 463-479; #3625.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Constitutions, Voting and Democracy: a Review"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 18, No. 3; July, 2001; 571-600; #3773.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Generic Existence of Local Political Equilibrium"; Approximation, Optimization and Mathematical Economics; Edited by Marc Lassonde; Physica; Heidelberg; 2001; 297-308; #3940.

Schofield, Norman J.; Sened, Itai; "Local Nash Equilibrium in Multiparty Politics"; Annals of Operations Research; Vol. 109, No. 1-4; January, 2002; 193-211; #4020.

Schofield, Norman J.; “Representative Democracy and Social Choice Theory”; In Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 1; Edited by K. J. Arrow, A. K. Sen, and K. Suzumura; North-Holland; 2002; 425-455; #4399.

Schofield, Norman J.; "Power, Prosperity and Social Choice: A Review"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 20, No. 1; February, 2003; 85-118; #3994.

Schofield, Norman J.; “The Intellectual Contribution of Condorcet to the Founding of the US Republic 1785–1800”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 25, Nos. 2-3; December, 2005; 303-318; #4461.

Schofield, Norman J.; “Local Political Equilibria”; Social Choice and Strategic Decisions; edited by David Austen-Smith and John Duggan; Springer; Berlin; 2005; 57-91; #4652.

Schofield, Norman J.; “Equilibria in the Spatial Stochastic Model of Voting with Party Activists”; Review of Economic Design; Vol. 10, No. 3; 2006; 183-203; #4744.

Schofield, Norman J.; “The Mean Voter Theorem: Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Convergent Equilibrium”; Review of Economic Studies; Vol. 74, No. 3; 2007; 965-980; #4714.

Schofield, Norman J.; Claassen, Christopher; Ozdemir, Ugur; Zakharov, Alexei; "Application of a Theorem in Stochastic Models of Elections"; International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences; 2010; Art. ID 562813, 30 pp.; #5257.

[Schofield, Norman]; Gallego, Maria E.; Kilgour, D. Marc; "Guest Editors' Introduction to the Special Issue on the Political Economy of Elections and Bargaining"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 36, No. 3; April, 2011; 355-364; #5404.

Schofield, Norman; Gallego, Maria E.; Ozdemir, Ugur; Zakharov, Alexei; "Competition for Popular Support: A Valence Model of Elections in Turkey"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 36, No. 3; April, 2011; 451-482; #5408.

Schofield, Norman; Claassen, Christopher; Ozdemir, Ugur; Zakharov, Alexei; "Estimating the Effects of Activists in Two-party and Multi-party Systems: Comparing the United States and Israel"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 36, No. 3; April, 2011; 483-518; #5409.

Schokkaert, Erik; Devooght, Kurt; "The Empirical Acceptance of Compensation Axioms"; Freedom in Economics, New Perspectives in Normative Analysis; Edited by Jean-François Laslier, Marc Fleurbaey, Nicolas Laslier, and Alain Trannoy; Routledge; 1998; 257-281; #3525. [See comment by Bossert.]

Schokkaert, Erik; Devooght, Kurt; "Responsibility-Sensitive Fair Compensation in Different Cultures"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 21, No. 2; October, 2003; 207-242; #4182.

[Schokkaert, Erik]; Ooghe, Erwin; Van de Gaer, Dirk; “Equality of Opportunity versus Equality of Opportunity Sets”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 28, No. 2; February, 2007; 209-230; #4566.

[Schokkaert, Erik]; Bosmans, Kristof; "Equality Preference in the Claims Problem: a Questionnaire Study of Cuts in Earnings and Pensions"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 33, No. 4; November, 2009; 533-557; #5166.

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Schotter, Andrew; "The Paradox of Redistribution: Some Theoretical and Empirical Results"; in Power, Voting, and Voting Power; Edited by Manfred J. Holler; Physica Verlag; Wurzburg; 1982; #3928.

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[Schulte, Elisabeth]; Grüner, Hans Peter; "Speed and Quality of Collective Decision Making: Incentives for Information Provision"; Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; Vol. 76, No. 3; 2010; 734-747; #5419.

Schulte, Elisabeth; "Information Aggregation and Preference Heterogeneity in Committees"; Theory and Decision; Vol. 69, No. 1; 2010; 97-118; #5459.

[Schulteis, Tim]; Peters, Hans; Vermeulen, Dries; "Generalized Stochastic Dominance and Bad Outcome Aversion"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 35, No. 2; July, 2010; 285-290; #5232.

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Schulze, Markus; "A New Monotonic, Clone-independent, Reversal Symmetric, and Condorcet-consistent Single-winner Election Method"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 36, No. 2; February, 2011; 267-303; 15400.

[Schulze, William D.]; Messer, Kent D.; Poe, Gregory L.; Rondeau, Daniel; Vossler, Christian A.; "Social Preferences and Voting: An Exploration Using a Novel Preference Revealing Mechanism"; Journal of Public Economics; Vol. 94, No. 3-4; April, 2010; 308-317; #5340.

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[Schummer, James]; Chun, Youngsub; Thomson, William; "Constrained Egalitarianism: A New Solution for Claims Problems"; Seoul Journal of Economics; Fall, 2001; Vol. 14, No. 3; 269-297; #4053.

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[Schwallier, Peter]; Hodge, Jonathan K.; “How Does Separability Affect the Desirability of Referendum Election Outcomes?”; Theory and Decision; Vol. 61, No. 3; 2006; 251-276; #4747.

Schwartz, Edward P.; Schwartz, Warren F.; "Decisionmaking by Juries Under Uncertainty and Supermajority Voting Rules"; Georgetown Law Journal; Vol. 80, No. 3; February, 1992; 775-807; #3277.

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Schwartz, Thomas; "Rationality and the Myth of the Maximum"; Noûs; Vol. 6, No. 2; May, 1972; 97-117; #659.

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Schwartz, Thomas; "Vote Trading and Pareto Efficiency"; Public Choice; Vol. 24; Winter, 1975; 101-109; #1286.

Schwartz, Thomas; "Choice Functions, 'Rationality' Conditions and Variations on the Weak Axiom of Revealed Preference"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 13, No. 3; December, 1976; 414-427; #22.

Schwartz, Thomas; "Collective Choice, Separation of Issues and Vote Trading"; American Political Science Review; Vol. 71, No. 3; September, 1977; 999-1010; #1171.

Schwartz, Thomas; "The Universal-Instability Theorem"; Public Choice; Vol. 37, No. 3; 1981; 487-501; #23.

Schwartz, Thomas; "No Minimally Reasonable Collective Choice Process Can Be Strategy-Proof"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 3, No. 1; July, 1982; 57-72; #960.

Schwartz, Thomas; "A Really General Impossibility Theorem"; Quality and Quantity; Vol. 16, No. 6; December, 1982; 493-505; #961.

[Schwartz, Thomas]; McCubbins, Mathew D.; "The Politics of Flatland"; Public Choice; Vol. 46, No. 1; 1985; 45-60; #821.

Schwartz, Thomas; The Logic of Collective Choice; New York; Columbia University Press; 1986; #410. [See review by Shepsle]

[Schwartz, Thomas]; Ordeshook, Peter C.; "Agendas and Control of Political Outcomes"; American Political Science Review; Vol. 81, No. 1; March, 1987; 179-199; #1630.

Schwartz, Thomas; "Your Vote Counts on Account of the Way It Is Counted: An Institutional Solution to the Paradox of Not Voting"; Public Choice; Vol. 54, No. 2; 1987; 101-121; #3121.

Schwartz, Thomas; "Votes, Strategies and Institution: An Introduction to the Theory of Collective Choice"; Congress: Structure and Policy; McCubbins and Sullivan, eds.; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1987; 318-345; #2242.

Schwartz, Thomas; "Cyclic Tournaments and Cooperative Majority Voting: A Solution"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 7, No. 1; January, 1990; 19-29; #2149.

Schwartz, Thomas; "The Paradox of Representation"; Journal of Politics; Vol. 57, No. 2; May, 1995; 309-323; #2856.

[Schwartz, Thomas]; Duggan, John; "Strategic Manipulability Without Resoluteness or Shared Beliefs: Gibbard-Satterthwaite Generalized"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 17, No. 1; January, 2000; 85-93; #3588.

Schwartz, Thomas; "From Arrow to Cycles, Instability, and Chaos by Untying Alternatives"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 18, No. 1; January, 2001; 1-22; #3724.

Schwartz, Thomas; “A Procedural Condition Necessary and Sufficient for Cyclic Social Preference”; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 137, No. 1; November, 2007; 688-695; #4880.

Schwartz, Thomas; "Social Choice and Individual Values in the Electronic Republic"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 4; October, 2011; 621-632; #5517.

[Schwartz, Warren F.]; Schwartz, Edward P.; "Decisionmaking by Juries Under Uncertainty and Supermajority Voting Rules"; Georgetown Law Journal; Vol. 80, No. 3; February, 1992; 775-807; #3277.

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Schwettmann, Lars; "Review: Fairness, Responsibility, and Welfare (Marc Fleurbaey)"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 38, Number 1; January, 2012; 181-185; #5538.

Schwingenschlögl, Udo; Pukelsheim, Friedrich; “Seat Biases in Proportional Representation Systems with Thresholds”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 1; August, 2006; 189-193; #4523.

Schwingenschlögl, Udo; "Probabilities of Majority and Minority Violation in Proportional Representation"; Statistics and Probability Letters; Vol. 77, No. 17; 2007; 1690-1695; #5130.

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Scitovsky, Tibor; "John Hicks 1904-1989"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 7, No. 2; April, 1990; 97-98; #2157.

[Scoones, David]; Gallego, Maria E.; "Intergovernmental Negotiation, Willingness to Compromise, and Voter Preference Reversals"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 36, No. 3; April, 2011; 591-610; #5413.

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Scriven, Tal; "Plato's 'Democratic Man' and the Implausibility of Preference Utilitarianism"; Theory and Decision; Vol. 24, No. 1; January, 1988; 43-55; #1915.

Seabright, Paul; "Social Choice and Social Theories"; Philosophy and Public Affairs; Vol. 18, No. 4; Fall, 1989; 365-387; #3297.

[Sefton, Martin]; Montero, Maria; Zhang, Ping; “Enlargement and the Balance of Power: An Experimental Study”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 30, No. 1; January, 2008; 69-87; #4690.

[Sefton, Martin]; Drouvelis, Michalis; Montero, Maria; "Gaining Power Through Enlargement: Strategic Foundations and Experimental Evidence"; Games and Economic Behavior; Vol. 69, No. 2; 2010; 274-292; #5458.

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Segal, Uzi; Sobel, Joel; “Min, Max, and Sum”; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 106, No. 1; September, 2002; 126-150; [“With applications to social choice theory”]; #4239.

[Segal, Uzi]; Heyd, David; “Democratically Elected Aristocracies”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 1; August, 2006; 103-127; #4513.

Segerstrom, Paul S.; "Moral Efficiency. A New Criterion for Social Choice"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 7, No. 2; April, 1990; 109-129; #2159.

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Seidl, Christian; "Asymmetric Information and the Dynamics of Coalition Formation: Observations on Some Unsolved Problems"; Coalitions and Collective Action; edited by Manfred J. Holler; Vienna; Physica-Verlag; 1984; 216-227; #1465.

Seidl, Christian; "Beyond Pareto Optimality? A Comment to Yew-Kwang Ng"; Zeitscrift für Nationalökonomie; Vol. 46, No. 3; 1986; 305-310; #1653. [Comment on paper by Ng; see: response by Ng, note by Seidl; rejoinder by Ng]

Seidl, Christian; "A Final Note to Ng"; Zeitscrift für Nationalökonomie; Vol. 46, No. 3; 1986; 317; #1655. [Note on Ng response to Seidl comment on paper by Ng; See rejoinder by Ng]

Seidl, Christian; "The Impossibility of Nondictatorial Tolerance"; Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie; Vol. 46, Supplementum 5; December, 1986; 211-225; #2002.

Seidl, Christian; "On the Impossibility of a Generalization of the Libertarian Resolution of the Liberal Paradox"; Journal of Economics [Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie]; Vol. 51, No. 1; 1990; 71-88; #2178.

Seidl, Christian; "Foundations and Implications of Rights"; Social Choice Re-examined, Vol. 2; Edited by Kenneth J. Arrow, Amartya K. Sen, and Kotaro Suzumura; New York; St Martin's Press; 1997; 53-77; #2780. [see discussion by Orosel]

[Seidl, Christian]; Traub, Stefan; Schmidt, Ulrich; Levati, Maria Vittoria; “Friedman, Harsanyi, Rawls, Boulding – or Somebody Else? An Experimental Investigation of Distributive Justice”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 24, No. 2; April, 2005; 283-309; #4280.

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[Seiford, Lawrence M.]; Cook, Wade D.; "On the Borda-Kendall Consensus Method for Priority Ranking Problems"; Management Science; Vol. 28, No. 6; June, 1982; 621-637; #1705.

[Seiford, Lawrence M.]; Armstrong, Ronald D.; Cook, Wade D.; "Priority Ranking and Consensus Formation: The Case of Ties"; Management Science; Vol. 28, No. 6; June, 1982; 638-645; #1707.

[Seiford, Lawrence M.]; Cook, Wade D.; Warner, Stanley L.; "Preference Ranking Models: Conditions for Equivalence"; Journal of Mathematical Sociology; Vol. 9, No. 2; 1983; 125-138; #1706.

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[Sekiguchi, Yohei]; Cato, Susumu; "A Generalization of Campbell and Kelly's Trade-off Theorem"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 38, Number 2; February, 2012; 237-246; #5541.

[Selçuk, Özer]; Sanver, M. Remzi; "Sophisticated Preference Aggregation"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 33, No. 1; June, 2009; 73-86; #5140.

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Sen, Amartya K.; "Liberty, Unanimity and Rights"; Economica; Vol. 43, No. 171; August, 1976; 217-245; #670.

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Sen, Amartya K.; "Rational Fools: A Critique of the Behavioral Foundations of Economic Theory"; Philosophy and Public Affairs; Vol. 6, No. 4; Summer, 1977; 317-344; #725.

Sen, Amartya K.; "On Weights and Measures: Informational Constraints in Social Welfare Analysis"; Econometrica; Vol. 45, No. 7; October, 1977; 1539-1572; #726.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Welfare Inequalities and Rawlsian Axiomatics"; Foundational Problems in the Special Sciences; edited by Robert E. Butts and Jaakko Hintikka; Dordrecht; D. Reidel; 1977; 271-292; #1204. [See comment by Harsanyi and reply by Sen]

Sen, Amartya K.; "Non-Linear Social Welfare Functions: A Reply to Professor Harsanyi"; Foundational Problems in the Special Sciences; edited by Robert E. Butts and Jaakko Hintikka; Dordrecht; D. Reidel; 1977; 297-302; #1205. [reply to comment by Harsanyi on paper by Sen]

Sen, Amartya K.; "Personal Utilities and Public Judgements: Or What's Wrong With Welfare Economics"; Economic Journal; Vol. 89, No. 355; September, 1979; 537-558; #729. [See comment by Ng and reply by Sen]

Sen, Amartya K.; "Strategies and Revelation: Informational Constraints in Public Decisions"; Aggregation and Revelation of Preferences; edited by Jean-Jacques Laffont; Amsterdam; North-Holland; 1979; 13-28; #727.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Interpersonal Comparisons of Welfare"; Economics and Human Welfare; edited by Michael J. Boskin; New York; Academic Press; 1979; 183-201; #728.

Sen, Amartya K.; "A Reply to 'Welfarism: A Defence against Sen's Attack' "; Economic Journal; Vol. 91, No. 362; June, 1981; 531-535; #2241. [Reply to Ng comment on paper by Sen]

Sen, Amartya K.; "Rights and Agency"; Philosophy and Public Affairs; Vol. 11, No. 1; Winter, 1982; 3-39; #372. [See comment by Regan]

Sen, Amartya K.; Williams, Bernard; editors; Utilitarianism and Beyond; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1982; #2042.

Sen, Amartya K.; Choice, Welfare and Measurement; Oxford; Blackwell; 1982; #730. [See review by Wagenhals and review by Taylor]

Sen, Amartya K.; "Liberty and Social Choice"; Journal of Philosophy; Vol. 80, No. 1; January, 1983; 5-28; #245.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Evaluator Relativity and Consequential Evaluation"; Philosophy and Public Affairs; Vol. 12, No. 2; Spring, 1983; 113-132; #263.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Rights and Capabilities"; Resources, Values and Development; Sen, Amartya, editor; Cambridge, Mass.; Harvard University Press; 1984; 307-324; #2350.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Well Being, Agency and Freedom: The Dewey Lectures, 1984"; Journal of Philosophy; Vol. 82, No. 4; April, 1985; 169-221; #1380.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Social Choice and Justice: A Review Article"; Journal of Economic Literature; Vol. 23, No. 4; December, 1985; 1764-1776; #819.

Sen, Amartya K.; Commodities and Capabilities; Elsevier Science Ltd.; 1985; #2701. [See review by Basu]

Sen, Amartya K.; "Social Choice Theory"; Handbook of Mathematical Economics, Vol. III; edited by Kenneth J. Arrow and Michael D. Intriligator; Amsterdam; North-Holland; 1986; 1073-1181; #731.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Foundations of Social Choice Theory: An Epilogue"; Foundations of Social Choice Theory; edited by Jon Elster and Aanund Hylland; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1986; 213-248; #905.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Information and Invariance in Normative Choice"; Essays in Honor of Kenneth J. Arrow: Vol. 1 Social Choice and Public Decision-Making; edited by Walter P. Heller, Ross M. Starr and David A. Starrett; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1986; 29-55; #1399.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Social Choice"; The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, Vol. 4; Edited by John Eatwell, Murray Milgate and Peter Newman; London; Macmillan; 1987; 382-393; #1925.

Sen, Amartya K.; The Standard of Living; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1987; #4238. [See review by Weymark.]

Sen, Amartya K.; "Freedom of Choice: Concept and Content"; European Economic Review; Vol. 32, No. 2-3; March, 1988; 269-294; #2351.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Socialism, Markets and Democracy"; Indian Economic Journal; Vol. 37, No. 4; April-June, 1990; 1-6; #2474.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Welfare, Freedom and Social Choice: A Reply"; Recherches Economiques de Louvain; Vol. 56, No. 3-4; 1990; 451-485; #2270.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Utility: Ideas and Terminology"; Economics and Philosophy; Vol. 7, No. 2; October, 1991; 277-283; #2473.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Welfare, Preference and Freedom"; Journal of Econometrics; Vol. 50, No. 1-2; October-November, 1991; 15-29; #2475.

Sen, Amartya K.; Inequality Reexamined; Cambridge, MA; Harvard University Press; 1992; #3135.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Internal Consistency of Choice"; Econometrica; Vol. 61, No. 3; May, 1993; 495-521; #2492.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Markets and Freedoms: Achievements and Limitations of the Market Mechanism in Promoting Individual Freedoms"; Oxford Economic Papers; Vol. 45, No. 4; October, 1993; 519-541; #2433.

Sen, Amartya K.; "The Formulation of Rational Choice"; American Economic Review; Vol. 84, No. 2; May, 1994; 385-390; #2449.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Well-Being, Capability and Public Policy"; Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia; Vol. 53, No. 7-9; July-September, 1994; 333-347; #1780.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Rationality and Social Choice"; American Economic Review; Vol. 85, No. 1; March, 1995; 1-24; #2419.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Environmental Evaluation and Social Choice: Contingent Valuation and the Market Analogy"; Japanese Economic Review; Vol. 46, No.1; March, 1995; 23-36; #3260.

Sen, Amartya K.; "How to Judge Voting Schemes"; The Journal of Economic Perspectives; Vol. 9, No. 1; Winter, 1995; 91-98; #2545.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Maximization and the Act of Choice"; Econometrica; Vol. 65, No. 4; July, 1997; 745-779; #2506.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Individual Preference as the Basis of Social Choice"; Social Choice Re-Examined, Vol. 1; edited by Kenneth J. Arrow, Amartya Sen, and Kotaro Suzumura; New York; St Martin's Press; 1997; 15-37; #3150. [see discussion by Gevers]

[Sen, Amartya K.]; Arrow, Kenneth J.; Suzumura, Kotaro; editors; Social Choice Re-examined, 2 Vols.; New York; St Martin's Press; 1997; #2775.

Sen, Amartya K.; "Policy Making and Social Choice Pessimism"; in Issues in economic theory and public policy: Essays in honour of Professor Tapas Majumdar; edited by Bose, Amitava; Rakshit, Mihir; Sinha, Anup; Oxford University Press; Delhi; Oxford and New York; 1997; 3-22; #3649.

Sen, Amartya K.; "The Possibility of Social Choice"; American Economic Review; Vol. 89, No. 3; June, 1999; 349-378; #3528.

[Sen, Amartya K.]; Arrow, Kenneth J.; Suzumura, Kotaro; Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 1; North-Holland; 2002; #4403.

Sen, Amartya K.; "The Fog of Identity"; Politics, Philosophy and Economics; Vol. 8, No. 3; August, 2009; 285-288; #5385.

Sen, Amartya; "Foreword (Special issue in honor of Prasanta K. Pattanaik)"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 4; October, 2011; 545-547; #5511.

[Sen, Arunava]; Abreu, Dilip; "Subgame Perfect Implementation: A Necessary and Almost Sufficient Condition"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 50, No. 2; April, 1990; 285-299; #2165.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; "A Necessary and Sufficient Condition for Two-Person Nash Implementation"; Review of Economic Studies; Vol. 58, No. 1; January, 1991; 121-128; #2293.

[Sen, Arunava]; Abreu, Dilip; "Virtual Implementation in Nash Equilibrium"; Econometrica; Vol. 59, No. 4; July, 1991; 997-1021; #2305.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; "Implementing Generalized Condorcet Social Choice Functions via Backward Induction"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 10, No. 2; April, 1993; 149-160; #2364.

Sen, Arunava; "Review of Moulin, Axioms of Cooperative Decision Making"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 11, No. 3; July, 1994; 287; #2404.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; "Bayesian Implementation: The, Necessity of Infinite Mechanisms"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 64, No. 1; October, 1994; 130-141; #2696.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; Vohra, Rajiv; "Nash Implementation through Elementary Mechanisms in Economic Environments"; Economic Design; Vol. 1, No. 2; April, 1995; 173-203; #3122.

Sen, Arunava; "The Implementation of Social Choice Functions via Social Choice Correspondences: A General Formulation and a Limit Result"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 12, No. 3; June, 1995; 277-292; #2392.

[Sen, Arunava]; Bergin, James; "Implementation in Generic Environments"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 13, No. 4; September, 1996; 467-478; #3184.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; "Ranking Opportunity Sets and Arrow Impossibility Theorems: Correspondence Results"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 71, No. 1; October, 1996; 90-101; #2695.

[Sen, Arunava]; Le Breton, Michel; "Separable Preferences, Strategyproofness, and Decomposability"; Econometrica ; Vol. 67, No. 3; May, 1999; 605-628; #3663.

Sen, Arunava; "Another Direct Proof of the Gibbard-Satterthwaite Theorem"; Economics Letters; Vol. 70, No. 3; March, 2001; 381-385; #5438.

[Sen, Arunava]; Barberà, Salvador; Dutta, Bhaskar; “Strategy-proof Social Choice Correspondences”; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 101, No. 2; 2001; 374-394; [Corrigendum: Vol. 120, No. 2 (2005), p. 275]; #4295.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; Peters, Hans; "Strategy-Proof Probabilistic Mechanisms in Economies with Pure Public Goods"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 106, No. 2; October, 2002; 392-416; #4144.

[Sen, Arunava]; Chatterji, Shurojit; Aswal, Navin; "Dictatorial Domains"; Economic Theory; Vol. 22, No. 1; August, 2003; 45-62; #4129.

[Sen, Arunava]; Majumdar, Dipjyoti; “Ordinally Bayesian Incentive Compatible Voting Rules”; Econometrica; Vol. 72, No. 2; 2004; 523-540; #4338.

[Sen, Arunava]; Majumdar, Dipjyoti; “Top-Pair and Top-Triple Monotonicity”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 1; August, 2006; 175-187; #4526.

[Sen, Arunava]; Bikhchandani, Sushil; Chatterji, Shurojit; Lavi, Ron; Mu'alem, Ahuva; Nisan, Noam; “Weak Monotonicity Characterizes Deterministic Dominant-strategy Implementation”; Econometrica; Vol. 74, No. 4; 2006; 1109-1132; #4858.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; Peters, Hans; “Strategy-proof Cardinal Decision Schemes”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 28, No. 1; January, 2007; 163-179; #4563.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; Peters, Hans; “Strategy-proof Cardinal Decision Schemes”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 30, No. 4; May, 2008; 701-702; #4926.

[Sen, Arunava]; Mitra, Manipushpak; "Efficient Allocation of Heterogenous Commodities with Balanced Transfers"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 35, No. 1; June, 2010; 29-48; #5220.

[Sen, Arunava]; Chatterji, Shurojit; "Tops-only Domains"; Economic Theory; Vol. 46, No. 2; 2011; 255-282; #5415.

[Sen, Arunava]; Picot, Jérémy; "An Extreme Point Characterization of Random Strategy-Proof Social Choice Functions: The Two Alternative Case"; Economics Letters; Vol. 115, No. 1; April, 2012; 49-52; #5630.

Sen, Arunava; "The Gibbard Random Dictatorship Theorem: A Generalization and a New Proof"; SERIEs; Vol. 2, No. 4; December, 2011; 515-527; #5641.

[Sen, Arunava]; Mishra, Debasis; "Roberts' Theorem with Neutrality: A Social Welfare Ordering Approach"; Games and Economic Behavior; Vol. 75, No. 1; May, 2012; 283-298; #5629.

[Sen, Arunava]; Dutta, Bhaskar; "Nash Implementation with Partially Honest Individuals"; Games and Economic Behavior; Vol. 74, No. 1; 2012; 154-169; #5707.

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Sengupta, Abhijit; Sengupta, Kunal; "A Hotelling-Downs Model of Electoral Competition with the Option to Quit"; Games and Economic Behavior; Vol. 62, No. 2; 2008; 661-674; #5128.

Sengupta, Kunal; "Choice Rules with Fuzzy Preferences: Some Characterizations"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 16, No. 2; February, 1999; 259-272; #3415.

[Sengupta, Kunal]; Bandyopadhyay, Taradas; “Rational Choice and von Neumann-Morgenstern's Stable Set: The Case of Path-dependent Procedures”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 3; December, 2006; 611-619; #4551.

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Sen(gupta), Manimay; "Strategy-Proofness of a Class of Borda Rules"; Public Choice; Vol. 43, No. 3; 1984; 251-285; #762.

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[Seo, Tae Kun]; Deb, Rajat; "Rothschild and Stiglitz's Mean Preserving: Revisited"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 4; October, 2011; 659-668; #5520.

Serafini, Paolo; Simeone, Bruno; "Certificates of Optimality: the Third Way to Biproportional Apportionment"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 38, Number 2; February, 2012; 247-268; #5542.

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Serrano, Roberto; Vohra, Rajiv; "Non-cooperative Implementation of the Core"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 14, No. 4; October, 1997; 513-525; #2772.

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Sertel, Murat R.; "A Non-Dictatorial Compromise"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 5, No. 1; March, 1988; 19-29; #1940.

Sertel, Murat R.; "Characterizing Approval Voting"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 45, No. 1; June, 1988; 207-211; #2047.

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Sertel, Murat R.; Sanver, M. Remzi; "Strong Equilibrium Outcomes of Voting Games Are the Generalized Condorcet Winners"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 22, No. 2; April, 2004; 331-347; #4215.

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Suzumura, Kotaro; “An Interview with Paul Samuelson: Welfare Economics, “Old” and “New”, and Social Choice Theory”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 25, Nos. 2-3; December, 2005; 327-356; #4463.

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