Equitable Voting Rules
Proceedings of the 2019 ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, pp. 315-315, 2019.
A celebrated result in social choice is May's Theorem (1952), providing the foundation for majority rule. May's crucial assumption of symmetry, often thought of as a procedural equity requirement, is violated by many choice procedures that grant voters identical roles. We show that a modification of May's symmetry assumption allows for a ...More
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