Characterising Best-Worst Voting Systems In The Scoring Context

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Social Choice And Welfare, 2010, 34 (3), pp. 487 - 496
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An increasing body of theoretical and empirical work on discrete choice considers a choice design in which a person is asked to select both the best and the worst alternative in an available set of alternatives, in contrast to more traditional tasks, suc
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