1. Preference; 2. Aggregation; 3. Deliberation; 4. Coordination; 5. Randomization; 6. Satisficing; Appendix A. Dutch book theorem; Appendix B. Bayesian networks; Appendix C. Probability concepts; Appendix D. Markov convergence theorem; Appendix E. Entropy and mutual information.
This highly original book challenges social choice theory by arguing for the importance of dynamic preferences and context in understanding important social phenomena.
Wynn C. Stirling is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as Dean of Graduate Studies at Brigham Young University, Utah. He is the author of Satisficing Games and Decision Making (Cambridge, 2003) and Theory of Conditional Games (Cambridge, 2012). He is also a co-author, with Todd Moon, of Mathematical Methods and Algorithms for Signal Processing (2000).