Prof.Benny Moldovanu, Voting in Theory and Practice

Prof.Benny Moldovanu

 

Voting in Theory and Practice  1011.4715.01

 

Short Description:

After a short review of the classical theory of voting, we shall analyze various voting procedures that are used in legislatures and committees.A main focus will be on the welfare properties of such voting procedure. We shall also look at a number of international case studies that illustrate the theory.

Berglas building, 101

Dates:

5.11.17 16:00-19:00  Sunday
7.11.17 16:00-19:00  Tuesday
12.11.17 16:00-19:00  Sunday
14.11.17 16:00-19:00  Tuesday
19.11.17 16:00-19:00 Sunday
21.11.17 16:00-19:00 Tuesday
26.11.17 16:00-19:00 Sunday
28.11.17 16:00-19:00 Tuesday
3.12.17 16:00-19:00 Sunday

 

Class material:

 Mechanism Design: An Introduction

 

Lesson

Article

Slides download
 1-2    "Content-based Agendas and Qualified Majorities in Sequential Voting" (joint with Andreas Kleiner), American Economic Review, Volume 107, Issue 6, June 2017, Pages 1477-1506     להורדה
 3-4  

"Optimal Voting Rules" (joint with Alex Gershkov and Xianwen Shi), Review of Economic Studies, Volume 84, Issue 2, September 2016, Pages 688-717.

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5-6

The Dimensions of Consensus (joint with Alex Gershkov and Xianwen Shi)

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7-8

"Why Voting ?" by Moritz Drexler and Andreas Kleiner 

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