Math and Voting
- Fair Majority Voting
(or How to Eliminate Gerrymandering)
by Michel Balinski
- Reputation Systems and Optimization
By Cristobald de Kerchove and Paul Van Dooren
- A Test Drive of Voting Methods
By William Poundstone
Andrew (2003) "Forming Voting Blocs and Coalitions
as a Prisoner's Dilemma: A Possible Theoretical Explanation
for Political Instability,"
Contributions to Economic Analysis & Policy: Vol. 2 : Iss. 1, Article 13.
- Roles for Statisticians in Elections
by John S. Gardenier, D.B.A.
- How should we count the votes?
by Bruce P. Conrad
- Predicting and Dissecting the Seats-Votes Curve in
the 2006 U.S. House Election
by Jonathan P. Kastellec Andrew Gelman Jamie P. Chandler
Presidential and Other Multistage Election Outcomes
Using State Level Pre-Election Polls
by William F. Christensen and Lindsay W. Florence
District 13 Election in 2006: Can Statistics Tell Us
by Arlene Ash and John Lamperti
This essay will be published later this year in "Chance," a magazine published by the American Statistical Association
- Mathematics and
by Donald G. Saari
Gerrymandering: Help from the Isoperimetric Theorem?
by James Case
It Is Rational To Vote
by Andrew Gelman
Democracy: Designing Better Voting and Fair-Division Procedures
by Steven J. Brams