Cardinalizing preferences for the analysis of logrolling, multimensioned preferences, and related issues
Talk given at 2010 Public Choice Society, March 12, 2010
My thanks to my student Joshua Scott for spearheading the creation of the Mathematica
notebooks used in the analysis
16 minutes is only long enough to give a flavor for the paper and key issues therein.
Just below is a recording of talk given at Public Choice Society, Monterey, CA, 3/12/10.
Just below is a subset of the slides used in the presentation, in
pdf format. The other slides were copied from printed material
and haven't been scanned into the computer yet. Sorry.
Remember you can pause the talk to catch up with the slides.