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Homo moralis goes to the voting booth: coordination and information aggregation

Abstract : This paper revisits two classical problems in the theory of voting-viz. the divided majority problem and the strategic revelation of information by majority vote-in the light of evolutionarily founded partial Kantian morality. It is shown that, compared to electorates consisting of purely self-interested voters, such Kantian morality helps voters solve coordination problems and improves the information aggregation properties of equilibria, even for modest levels of morality.
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Submitted on : Monday, November 30, 2020 - 1:10:51 PM
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Ingela Alger, Jean-François Laslier. Homo moralis goes to the voting booth: coordination and information aggregation. 2020. ⟨halshs-03031118⟩

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