Browsing All of EconStor by Author Puppe, Clemens

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1997Extended Partial Orders: A Unifying Structure for Abstract Choice TheoryNehring, Klaus; Demiralp, Selva; Puppe, Clemens
1997On the Multi-Preference Approach to Evaluating OpportunitiesNehring, Klaus; Puppe, Clemens; Hamilton, James D.
2003Non-Manipulable Domains for the Borda CountBarbie, Martin; Puppe, Clemens; Tasnádi, Attila
2004Envy Freeness in Experimental Fair Division ProblemsHerreiner, Dorothea K.; Puppe, Clemens
2004Equitable Allocations in Experimental Bargaining Games: Inequality A version versus EfficiencyHerreiner, Dorothea K.; Puppe, Clemens
2009Non-bossy social classifcationDimitrov, Dinko; Puppe, Clemens
2011The currency of reciprocity - gift-exchange in the workplaceKube, Sebastian; Maréchal, Michel André; Puppe, Clemens
2011Non-bossy social classificationDimitrov, Dinko; Puppe, Clemens
2011Axiomatic districtingPuppe, Clemens; Tasnádi, Attila
2013Unanimity overruled: Majority voting and the burden of historyNehring, Klaus; Pivato, Marcus; Puppe, Clemens
2013The Condorcet set: Majority voting over interconnected propositionsNehring, Klaus; Pivato, Marcus; Puppe, Clemens
2015On discounting and voting in a simple growth modelBorissov, Kirill; Pakhnin, Mikhail; Puppe, Clemens
2016Condorcet domains, median graphs and the single-crossing propertyPuppe, Clemens; Slinko, Arkadii
2016Neural networks would 'vote' according to Borda's ruleBurka, David; Puppe, Clemens; Szepesvary, Laszlo; Tasnadi, Attila
2016The single-peaked domain revisited: A simple global characterizationPuppe, Clemens
2017The Single-Peaked Domain Revisited: A Simple Global CharacterizationPuppe, Clemens
2019Resource allocation by frugal majority ruleNehring, Klaus; Puppe, Clemens
2020Voting: A machine learning approachBurka, Dávid; Puppe, Clemens; Szepesváry, László; Tasnádi, Attila
2020Towards a classification of maximal peak-pit Condorcet domainsLi, Guanhao; Puppe, Clemens; Slinko, Arkadii
2020Strategy-proofness and responsiveness imply minimal participationMüller, Michael; Puppe, Clemens