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Decisions and Elections: Explaining the Unexpected Hardcover – 22 Oct 2001


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"Explains the difficulties and concepts of decision theory without deep mathematical analysis and equations." Journal of Economic Literature

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This highly accessible book offers undergraduates, graduates and professionals a new, different interpretation and resolution of Arrow's and Sen's theorems. Using simple mathematics, it shows that these negative conclusions arise because, in each case, some of their assumptions negate other crucial assumptions.

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