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# Tag Archives: Social choice

## Game Theory II

Stanford and the University of British Columbia started a 4-weeks advanced course on Game Theory. The first part by the same instructors is on Coursera. From the preview: Course Timing Week 1: Social Choice Release date May 26, midnight PDT Problem … Continue reading

## Democracy from a mathematical viewpoint

In a couple of days I am giving a presentation at Math Club. For my talk I decided to choose the social choice theory and plan to give a proof of the famous Arrow’s impossibility theorem, that states, loosely speaking, … Continue reading

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