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    • Characterization of self-selective social choice functions on the tops-only domain 

      Koray, S.; Unel, B. (Springer, 2003)
      Self-selectivity is a new kind of consistency pertaining to social choice rules. It deals with the problem of whether a social choice rule selects itself from among other rival such rules when a society is also to choose ...
    • Consistency 

      Özgür, Onur (Bilkent University, 1998)
      In this study, we introduce a different mechanism with a hybrid ownership definition lying in between public and private ownership. Agents have claims over the endowments and the total production of the economy instead ...
    • Measuring self-selectivity via generalized Condorcet rules 

      Altuntaş, Açelya (Bilkent University, 2011)
      In this thesis, we introduce a method to measure self-selectivity of social choice functions. Due to Koray [2000], a neutral and unanimous social choice function is known to be universally self-selective if and only if ...