"A Brief Survey on Rational Choice Models of Polling" (2008) with Dan Bernhardt and Francesco Squintani, in The Political Economy of Democracy, Enriquetta Aragones, Carmen Bevia, Humberto Llavador, and Norman Schofield, eds., Fundacion BBVA.
“Probabilistic Voting in the Spatial Model of Elections: The Theory of Office-Motivated Candidates” (2005) in Social Choice and Strategic Decisions: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey S. Banks,David Austen-Smith and John Duggan, eds., New York: Springer. Here is the last version prior to publication.
Special Issue in Honor of William Thomson, Social Choice and Welfare, 2017, Volume 48, Issue 1, with Paulo Barelli and Youngsub Chun. See ``Introduction to the Special Issue in Honor of William Thomson,'' pages 1--4.
Special Issues on Political Economy, International Journal of Game Theory, 2006, Volume 35, Issues 1 and 2, with Shlomo Weber.
"A Note on Backward Induction, Iterative Elimination of Weakly Dominated Strategies, and Voting in Binary Agendas" (2003) This note was written in 2003 but did not include figures, which were at that time done by hand. Since that writing, the open questions I raised were closed by Patrick Hummel, ``Iterative Elimination of Weakly Dominated Strategies in Binary Voting Agendas with Sequential Voting,'' Social Choice and Welfare, 31: 257--269. This note is in the original form except that I have included figures (omitting two that were redundant) and added margin comments reflecting Hummel's findings. No other modifications (typo corrections or otherwise) were made.
“Remarks for John Ledyard’s 75th Birthday Celebration” (2015) Some remarks I wanted to make at a conference to celebrate John Ledyard’s 75th birthday. I was unfortunately not able to attend, but the sentiments still apply.
"Acceptance Speech for 2006 Social Choice and Welfare Prize" I thought it would be appropriate to post these comments for posterity. My wife and two-year old daughter were present for the ceremony; my daughter lost her patience and started crying right at the end of the speech. Perfect timing.
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Bayesian Implementability in Arbitrary Environments
- Chapter 3: A Full Characterization of Bayesian Implementability in Very General Environments
- Chapter 4: A Full Characterization of Virtual Bayesian Implementability in Quite General Environments