Donald G. Saari
According to our database^{1},
Donald G. Saari
authored at least 35 papers
between 1982 and 2017.
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Bibliography
2017
Likelihood of voting outcomes with generalized IAC probabilities.
Math. Soc. Sci., 2017
2015
Mathematics and the "Dark Matter" Puzzle.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2015
2014
Complexities of electing diverse committees.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2014
Unifying voting theory from Nakamura's to Greenberg's theorems.
Math. Soc. Sci., 2014
A New Way to Analyze Paired Comparison Rules.
Math. Oper. Res., 2014
2013
Connecting pairwise and positional election outcomes.
Math. Soc. Sci., 2013
2011
Explaining Paradoxes in Nonparametric Statistics.
Proceedings of the International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science, 2011
Source of complexity in the social and managerial sciences: an extended Sen's theorem.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2011
Explaining Voting Paradoxes; Including Arrow's and Sen's Theorems  (Invited Tutorial).
Proceedings of the Relational and Algebraic Methods in Computer Science, 2011
2010
Finessing a point: augmenting the core.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2010
Systematic analysis of multiple voting rules.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2010
Peter Emerson (ed): Designing an allinclusive democracy  SpringerVerlag, Berlin, 2007.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2010
2009
Guest editorial: special issue on electronic voting.
IEEE Trans. Information Forensics and Security, 2009
Condorcet Domains: A Geometric Perspective.
Proceedings of the Mathematics of Preference, Choice and Order, 2009
2008
The Three Body Problem by Mauri Valtonen; Hannu Karrunen.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2008
Sen's theorem: geometric proof, new interpretations.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2008
Disposing dictators, demystifying voting paradoxes.
Math. Comput. Model., 2008
Complexity and the geometry of voting.
Math. Comput. Model., 2008
2006
Which is better: the Condorcet or Borda winner?
Social Choice and Welfare, 2006
2004
Geometry of Chaotic and Stable Discussions.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2004
2002
Adopting a Plurality Vote Perspective.
Math. Oper. Res., 2002
2001
Analyzing a nailbiting election.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2001
Some Surprising Properties of Power Indices.
Games Econ. Behav., 2001
Chaotic Elections!  A Mathematician Looks at Voting.
American Mathematical Society, ISBN: 9780821828472, 2001
2000
Changes that cause changes.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2000
A geometric examination of Kemeny's rule.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2000
Book Review.
Social Choice and Welfare, 2000
1999
From Arrow's Theorem to Incentives and Price Dynamics.
Electron. Notes Discret. Math., 1999
1997
The symmetry and complexity of elections.
Complexity, 1997
1996
Game Theory and Strategy (Philip D. Straffin); Mathematics and Politics (Alan D. Taylor).
SIAM Review, 1996
1995
A chaotic Exploration of Aggregation Paradoxes.
SIAM Review, 1995
1990
On the design of complex organizations and distributive algorithms.
J. Complex., 1990
1987
Some informational requirements for convergence.
J. Complex., 1987
1982
Strategic equilibria and decisive set structures for social choice mechanisms.
Math. Soc. Sci., 1982
Inconsistencies of Weighted Summation Voting Systems.
Math. Oper. Res., 1982