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A crash course in implementation theory

Jackson, Matthew O. (2001) A crash course in implementation theory. Social Choice and Welfare, 18 (4). pp. 655-708. ISSN 0176-1714.

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This paper is meant to familiarize the audience with some of the fundamental results in the theory of implementation and provide a quick progression to some open questions in the literature.

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Additional Information:© 2001 Springer-Verlag. Received: 26 March 2001. Accepted: 21 May 2001. This paper grew out of lectures given at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Game Theory and Resource Allocation: The Axiomatic Approach, which took place at SUNY Stony Brook in July of 1997. I thank the organizers and especially William Thomson for organizing the institute and the participants for feedback on the lectures. I thank Salvador Barbera for detailed suggestions an earlier version of this manuscript, and Maurice Salles and an anonymous referee for helpful comments.
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Official Citation:Jackson, M. Soc Choice Welfare (2001) 18: 655.
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