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Taagepera, Rein; "The Effect of District Magnitude and Properties of Two-Seat Districts"; Choosing an Electoral System; edited by Arend Lijphart and Bernard Grofman; New York; Praeger; 1984; 91-101; #1592.

Taagepera, Rein; "Reformulating the Cube Law for Proportional Representation Elections"; American Political Science Review; Vol. 80, No. 2; June, 1986; 489-504; #1127.

Taagepera, Rein; Shugart, Matthew Soberg; "Predicting the Number of Parties: A Quantitative Model of Duverger's Mechanical Effect"; American Political Science Review; Vol. 87, No. 2; June, 1993; 455-464; #2895.

[Taagepera, Rein]; Shugart, Matthew Soberg; "Plurality Versus Majority Election of Presidents: A Proposal for a 'Double Complement Rule' "; Comparative Political Studies; Vol. 27, No. 3; October, 1994; 323-348; #2915.

Tadenuma, Koichi; Thomson, William; "The Fair Allocation of an Indivisible Good when Monetary Compensations are Possible"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 25, No. 2; February, 1993; 117-132; #2888.

Tadenuma, Koichi; Thomson, William; "Games of Fair Division"; Games and Economic Behavior; Vol. 9, No. 2; May, 1995; 191-204; #2899.

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Tadenuma, Koichi; "Efficiency First or Equity First? Two Principles and Rationality of Social Choice"; Journal of Economic Theory Vol. 104, No. 2; June, 2002; 462-472; #4050.

[Tadenuma, Koichi]; Fleurbaey, Marc; Suzumura, Kotaro; “Arrovian Aggregation in Economic Environments: How Much Should We Know about Indifference Surfaces?”; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 124, No. 1; 2005; 22-44; #4660.

[Tadenuma, Koichi]; Fleurbaey, Marc; Suzumura, Kotaro; “The Informational Basis of the Theory of Fair Allocation”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 24, No. 2; April, 2005; 311-341; #4281.

Tadenuma, Koichi; “Egalitarian-equivalence and the Pareto Principle for Social Preferences”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 24, No. 3; June, 2005; 455-473; #4434.

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Takamiya, Koji; ”Domains of Social Choice Functions on Which Coalition Strategy-proofness and Maskin Monotonicity Are Equivalent”; Economic Letters; Vol. 95, No. 3; 2007; 348-354; #4812.

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[Tanaka, Makoto]; Nagahisa, Ryo-ichi; "An Axiomatization of the Kalai-Smorodinsky Solution When the Feasible Sets Can Be Finite"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 19, No. 4; October, 2002; 751-761; #3976.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “Generalized Monotonicity and Strategy-Proofness: A Note”; Economics Bulletin; Vol. 4, No. 11; 2001; 1-6; #4414.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “Generalized Monotonicity and Strategy-Proofness for Non-resolute Social Choice Correspondences”; Economics Bulletin; Vol. 4, No. 12; 2001; 1-8; #4415.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “Strategy-Proofness of Social Choice Functions and Non-negative Association Property with Continuous Preferences”; Economics Bulletin; Vol. 4, No. 8; 2002; 1-7; #4416.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; "A Necessary and Sufficient Condition for Wilson's Impossibility Theorem with Strict Non-Imposition"; Economics Bulletin; Vol. 4, No. 17; 2003; 1-8; #5209.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; "An Alternative Direct Proof of Gibbard's Random Dictatorship Theorem"; Review of Economic Design; Vol. 8, No. 3; October, 2003; 319-328; #4161.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “Oligarchy for Social Choice Correspondences and Strategy-proofness”; Theory and Decision; Vol. 55, No. 3; 2003; 273-287; #4373.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “On the Equivalence of the Arrow Impossibility Theorem and the Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem”; Applied Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 172, No. 2; 2006; 1303-1314; #4676.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “A Topological Proof of Eliaz's Unified Theorem of Social Choice Theory”; Applied Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 176, No. 1; 2006; 83-90; #4859.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “A Topological Approach to the Arrow Impossibility Theorem When Individual Preferences Are Weak Orders”; Applied Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 174, No. 2; 2006; 961-981; #4865.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “On the Topological Equivalence of the Arrow Impossibility Theorem and Amartya Sen's Liberal Paradox”; Applied Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 181, No. 2; 2006; 1490-1498; #4845.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “Equivalence of the HEX Game Theorem and the Arrow Impossibility Theorem”; Appled Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 186, No. 1; 2007; 509-515; #4819.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; “A Topological Approach to Wilson's Impossibility Theorem”; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 43, No. 2; 2007; 184-191; #4826.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; "Type Two Computability of Social Choice Functions and the Gibbard-Satterthwaite Theorem in an Infinite Society"; Applied Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 192, No. 1; 2007; 168-174; #5107.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; "The Gibbard-Satterthwaite Theorem of Social Choice Theory in an Infinite Society and LPO (Limited Principle of Omniscience)"; Applied Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 193, No. 2; 2007; 475-481; #5106.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; "The Arrow Impossibility Theorem of Social Choice Theory in an Infinite Society and Limited Principle of Omniscience"; Applied Mathematics E-Notes; Vol. 8; 2008; 82-88; #5100.

Tanaka, Yasuhito; "On the Computability of Binary Social Choice Rules in an Infinite Society and the Halting Problem"; Applied Mathematics and Computation; Vol. 197, No. 2; 2008; 598-603; #5097.

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Tanaka, Yasuhito; "On the Equivalence of the Arrow Impossibility Theorem and the Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem when Individual Preferences are Weak Orders"; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 45, No. 3-4; March, 2009; 241-249; #5036.

Tang, Fang-Fang; "Fuzzy Preferences and Social Choice"; Bulletin of Economic Research; Vol. 46, No. 3; July, 1994; 263-269; #2669.

Tang, Fang Fang; Xu, Yongsheng; "On Thoughtfulness and Generosity in Sequential Decisions"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 4; October, 2011; 707-715; #5523.

Tang, Pingzhong; Lin, Fangzhen; "Computer-aided Proofs of Arrow's and Other Impossibility Theorems"; Artificial Intelligence; Vol. 173, No. 11; 2009; 1041-1053; #5315.

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Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "Estimation of the Intensity of Preferences by the Borda-Laplace Probability Model"; Ekonomika i Matematicheski Metody; Vol. 21, No. 1; 1985; 110-116; #405.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "Interpretation of a Dictator in the Arrow Model as a Representative of a Collective; I. Existence of Dictators-representatives" (Russian); Matematicheskoe Modelirovanie; Vol. 1, No. 7; 1989; 51-67; #2920.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "Interpretation of a Dictator in the Arrow Model as a Representative of a Collective; II. Estimation of the Representativeness of a Dictator for Independent Participants" (Russian); Matematicheskoe Modelirovanie; Vol. 1, No. 7; 1989; 68-92; #2919.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "A Collective Representation Model under Conditions of Democracy" (Russian); Matematicheskoe Modelirovanie; Vol. 1, No. 10; 1989; 80-125; #2918.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "A Model of Collective Representation of Council Type" (Russian); Matematicheskoe Modelirovanie; Vol. 2, No. 5; 1990; 60-103; #2916.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; Aggregation and Representation of Preferences: Introduction to the Mathematical Theory of Democracy; Berlin; Springer; 1991; #2477. [see review by Armstrong]

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "Inefficiency of Democratic Decision Making in an Unstable Society"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 10, No. 3; July, 1993; 249-300; #2737.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "Arrow's Paradox and Mathematical Theory of Democracy"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 11, No. 1; January, 1994; 1-82; #2354.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "Election of Vice-President and Adding New Members to Representative Bodies"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 14, No. 1; January, 1997; 23-45; #2424.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "An Outline of the Mathematical Theory of Democracy and Its Applications"; Group Decision and Negotiation; Vol. 6, Issue 3; May, 1997; 205-230; #3455.

Tanguiane, Andranick S.; "Unlikelihood of Condorcet's Paradox in a Large Society"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 17, No. 2; February, 2000; 337-365; #3618.

Tanguiane, Andranik S.; "A Mathematical Model of Athenian Democracy"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 31, No. 4; December, 2008; 537-572; #4958.

Tanguiane, Andranik S.; "Computational Application of the Mathematical Theory of Democracy to Arrow's Impossibility Theorem (How Dictatorial Are Arrow's Dictators?)"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 35, No. 1; June, 2010; 129-161; #5225.

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Tarantino, C.; "Arrovian Social Choices"; Rendiconto dell'Accademia della Scienze Fisiche e Matematiche, Series 4; Vol. 75; 2008; 141-152; #5328.

[Tasnádi, Attila]; Barbie, Martin; Puppe, Clemens; “Non-manipulable Domains for the Borda Count”; Economic Theory; Vol. 27, No. 2; 2006; 411-430; #4631.

[Tasnádi, Attila]; Puppe, Clemens; "Nash Implementable Domains for the Borda Count"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 31, No. 3; October, 2008; 367-392; #4950.

[Tasnádi, Attila]; Puppe, Clemens; "Optimal Redistricting under Geographical Constraints: Why 'Pack and Crack' Does Not Work"; Economic Letters; Vol. 105, No.1; 2009; 93-96; #5188.

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Tatamitani, Yoshikatsu; "Implementation by Self-Relevant Mechanisms: Applications"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 44, No. 3; December, 2002; 253-276; #4146.

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[Tataru, Maria M.]; Saari, Donald G.; "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]

Tataru, Maria M.; "Growth Rates in Multidimensional Spatial Voting"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 37, No. 3; May, 1999; 253-263; #3496.

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[Taylor, Alan D.]; Brams, Steven J.; Zwicker, William S.; "Old and New Moving-knife Schemes"; Mathematical Intelligencer; Vol. 17, No. 4; Fall, 1995; 30-35; #3400.

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[Taylor Alan D.]; Brams, Steven J.; Fair Division; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1996; #2716. [see reviews by Rubinstein and Lucas]

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[Taylor, Peter G.]; Costa, Andre; Fackrell, Mark; “Two Issues Surrounding Parrondo's Paradox”; Advances in dynamic games; Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games; Vol. 7; Birkhäuser Boston; Boston, MA; 2005; 599-609; #4783.

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Terai, Kimiko; “Parties with Policy Preferences and Uncertainty Over Voter Behavior”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 1; August, 2006; 155-172; #4521.

Terai, Kimiko; “Erratum: Parties with Policy Preferences and Uncertainty over Voter Behavior”; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 27, No. 1; August, 2006; 173; #4522.

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Thatte, Bhalchandra D.; “A Correct Proof of the McMorris-Powers' Theorem on the Consensus of Phylogenies”; Discrete Applied Mathematics; Vol. 155, No. 3; 2007; 423-427; #4822.

[Theisen, T.]; Jungeilges, J. A.; "State Dependence in Sequential Equity Judgements"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 37, Number 1; June, 2011; 97-119; #5491.

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[Thisse, Jacques-François]; de Palma, Andre; Hong, Gap-Seon; "Equilibria in Multi-Party Competition under Uncertainty"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 7, No. 3; July, 1990; 247-259; #2291.

[Thisse, Jacques-François]; Anderson, Simon P.; Kats, Amoz; "Probabilistic Voting and Platform Selection in Multi-Party Elections"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 11, No. 4; October, 1994; 305-322; #2372.

Thistle, Paul D.; "Social Structure, Economic Performance and Pareto Optimality"; Theory and Decision; Vol. 45, No. 2; October, 1998; 161-173; #3533.

[Thomas, Paul A.]; Hammond, Thomas H.; "Invisible Decisive Coalitions in Large Hierarchies"; Public Choice; Vol. 66, No. 2; August, 1990; 101-116; #2173.

[Thomas, Robin]; Berg, Deborah E.; Norine, Serguei; Su, Francis Edward; Wollan, Paul; "Voting in Agreeable Societies"; American Mathematical Monthly; Vol. 117, No. 1; 2010; 27-39; #5289.

Thompson, Brennan Scott; "Flat Rate Taxes and Relative Poverty Measurement"; Social Choice and Welfare; Volume 38, Number 3; March, 2012; 543-551; #5557.

Thomson, William; Myerson, Roger B.; "Monotonicity and Independence Axioms"; International Journal of Game Theory; Vol. 9, Issue 1; 1980; 37-49; #1080.

Thomson, William; "Problems of Fair Division and the Egalitarian Solution"; Journal of Economic Theory; Vol. 3, No. 2; December, 1983; 211-226; #2886.

Thomson, William; Lensberg, Terje; "Guarantee Structures for Problems of Fair Division"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 4, No. 3; July, 1983; 205-218; #2887.

Thomson, William; "Monotonicity, Stability and Egalitarianism"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 8, No. 1; August, 1984; 15-28; #406.

Thomson, William; Varian, Hal R.; "Theories of Justice Based on Symmetry"; Social Goals and Social Organization: Essays in Memory of Elisha Pazner; edited by Leonid Hurwicz, David Schmeidler and Hugo Sonnenschein; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1985; 107-130; #1077.

Thomson, William; "The Vulnerability to Manipulative Behavior of Resource Allocation Mechanisms Designed to Select Equitable and Efficient Outcomes"; Information, Incentives, and Economic Mechanisms: Essays in Honor of Leonid Hurwicz; Groves, Theodore; Radner, Roy; and Reiter, Stanley, editors; Minneapolis; University of Minnesota Press; 1987; 375-396; #2904.

[Thomson, William]; Lensberg, Terje; "Characterizing the Nash Bargaining Solution Without Pareto-Optimality"; Social Choice and Welfare; Vol. 5, Nos. 2/3; August, 1988; 247-259; #2006.

[Thomson, William]; Diamantaras, Dimitrios; "A Refinement and Extension of the No-envy Concept"; Economic Letters; Vol. 30, No. 2; 1989; 103-107; #2884. [Incorrectly published; see their later paper]

[Thomson, William]; Diamantaras, Dimitrios; "A Refinement and Extension of the No-envy Concept"; Economic Letters; Vol. 33, No. 3; July, 1990; 217-222; #2885. [Resembles incorrectly published earlier paper, but "there are substantial differences"]

Thomson, William; "On the Nonexistence of Envy-Free and Egalitarian-Equivalent Allocations in Economies with Indivisibilities"; Economics Letters; Vol. 34, No. 3; 1990; 227-229; #2889.

Thomson, William; "The Consistency Principle"; Game Theory and Applications; Ichiishi, Tatsuro; Neyman, Abraham; and Tauman, Yair, editors; New York; London; Sydney and Toronto; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Academic Press; 1990; 187-215; #2903.

[Thomson, William]; Berliant, Marcus; Dunz, Karl; "On the Fair Division of a Heterogeneous Commodity"; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Vol. 21, No. 3; 1992; 201-216; #2900.

[Thomson, William]; Tadenuma, Koichi; "The Fair Allocation of an Indivisible Good when Monetary Compensations are Possible"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 25, No. 2; February, 1993; 117-132; #2888.

Thomson, William; "Consistent Extensions"; Mathematical Social Sciences; Vol. 28, No. 1; August, 1994; 35-49; #2882.

Thomson, William; "L'absence d'envie; une introduction"; Recherches Economiques de Louvain; Vol. 60, No. 1; 1994; 43-61; #2902.

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