In this book, we contribute to the literature by analyzing and extending some classical models of collective decision-making, relaxing certain standard assumptions in microeconomic theory such as completeness and self-concerned nature. The aim of our research is to show that such irregularities in human behaviors do not only change our prediction of the political outcomes but also open up useful discussions of many well-known results in social choice theory.
|Date of Award||1 Aug 2019|
- The University of Manchester
|Supervisor||Alejandro Saporiti (Supervisor) & Antonio Nicolo (Supervisor)|