July 28, 2014
July 25, 2014
Does Majority Voting Improve Performance?
I’ve railed against the lack of analytical clarity with respect to so-called “majority vote” regimes. See Jeremy Bentham – Present But Not Voting.
Professor Stephen Bainbridge recently called attention to dueling academic studies that reach opposite conclusions regarding the value of implementing majority voting: Majority voting for directors and the problem with empirical legal “scholarship”.
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