Mathematical Social Sciences

Papers
(The TQCC of Mathematical Social Sciences is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Optimal control of prevention and treatment in a basic macroeconomic–epidemiological model19
Vertical product differentiation, managerial delegation and social welfare in a vertically-related market12
New inconsistency indicators for incomplete pairwise comparisons matrices11
Inflation, endogenous quality increment, and economic growth11
Externalities of human capital10
Evolutionary implementation in aggregative games10
On the diffusion of competing innovations8
Network compatibility, intensity of competition and process R&D: A generalization8
New quota-based apportionment methods: The allocation of delegates in the Republican Presidential Primary8
Bertrand–Edgeworth competition with substantial horizontal product differentiation8
Production in advance versus production to order: Equilibrium and social surplus8
On maximum weighted Nash welfare for binary valuations7
Cartel formation with quality differentiation7
Cournot equilibrium revisited6
A soul’s view of the optimal population problem6
Can a negative population growth rate sustain a positive economic growth rate in the long run?6
Axiomatic characterizations of the egalitarian solidarity values6
A general model of binary opinions updating6
Obfuscation maximization-based decision-making: Theory, methodology and first empirical evidence5
Thompson aggregators, Scott continuous Koopmans operators, and Least Fixed Point theory5
Towards a classification of maximal peak-pit Condorcet domains5
How to reverse a negative asymmetric labor productivity shock in the European Union? A directed technical change analysis with fiscal and monetary policies5
Excessive vs. insufficient entry in spatial models: When product design and market size matter4
Social network, unemployment and sector trap4
A theory of elite-biased democracies4
Dynamic programming algorithms for computing power indices in weighted multi-tier games4
Simple majority rule and integer programming4
Pollution, children’s health and the evolution of human capital inequality4
Families of sequential priority rules and random arrival rules with withdrawal limits4
Stable agreements through liability rules: A multi-choice game approach to the social cost problem4
Essential stability of the alpha cores of finite games with incomplete information4
Contagion in networks: Stability and efficiency4
Revenue diversion, the allocation of talent, and income distribution4
Probabilistic network values3
Ordinally Bayesian incentive compatible probabilistic voting rules3
Finite horizon portfolio selection with durable goods3
Generalized binary utility functions and fair allocations3
The disclosure decision game: Subsidies and incentives for R&D activity3
Political structures and the topology of simplicial complexes3
A model of peer effects in school3
On the probability of the Condorcet Jury Theorem or the Miracle of Aggregation3
Cycles to compute the full set of many-to-many stable matchings3
Market-dependent preferences, positive and negative network effects and welfare3
The welfare implications of transboundary storage and dam ownership on river water trade3
Fixed fee discounts and Bertrand competition in vertically related markets3
Gainers and losers from market integration3
Mixing solutions for claims problems3
Superset-robust collective choice rules3
Growth and instability in a small open economy with debt3
Intertemporal choice with health-dependent discounting3
An analysis of random elections with large numbers of voters3
On the representation and construction of equitable social welfare orders3
Constrained welfare egalitarianism in surplus-sharing problems3
Antiduality in exact partition games2
On the strong hybrid solution of an n-person game2
Endogenous growth model with Bayesian learning and technology selection2
On a new class of continuous indices of inequality2
When sabotage fails2
Is the preference of the majority representative ?2
The simple economics of white elephants2
Weighted utility theory with incomplete preferences2
Divisionalization with asymmetric production costs2
Cooperation in a differentiated duopoly when information is dispersed: A beauty contest game with endogenous concern for coordination2
Migration, remittances and accumulation of human capital with endogenous debt constraints2
Decision-making through Dominance Plausible Rule: New characterizations2
Present-biased optimization2
A method for identifying parameterizations of the Compensation election and Quadratic voting that admit pure-strategy equilibria2
Common belief in rationality in games with unawareness2
A note on the growth of the dimension in complete simple games2
Sharing a collective probability of success2
Confirmation bias in social networks2
A weak α-core existence theorem of generalized games with infinitely m2
Implementation with a sympathizer2
Pairwise consensus and the Borda rule2
Loss sharing: Characterizing a new class of rules2
Efficient communication and indexicality2
Exploiting separability in a multisectoral model of oligopolistic competition2
Local social interaction and urban equilibria2
Cognitive hierarchy and voting manipulation ink-approval voting2
Merger effects in asymmetric and differentiated Bertrand oligopolies2
The interactive dynamics of autonomous and heteronomous motives2
Strategic manipulations in round-robin tournaments2
Optimal incentive contracts with a spiteful principal: Single agent2
Asking for information prior to settlement or trial when misrepresentation of evidence is possible2
On social welfare orders satisfying anonymity and asymptotic density-one Pareto2
Average weights and power in weighted voting games2
Characterization of the Pareto social choice correspondence2
The equivalence of two rational expectations equilibrium economies with different approaches to processing neighbors’ information2
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