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Nicholas R. Miller
Nicholas R. Miller
Research Professor of Political Science, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Verified email at umbc.edu - Homepage
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A new solution set for tournaments and majority voting: Further graph-theoretical approaches to the theory of voting
NR Miller
American Journal of Political Science, 68-96, 1980
6721980
Pluralism and social choice
NR Miller
American Political Science Review 77 (3), 734-747, 1983
3371983
Graph-theoretical approaches to the theory of voting
NR Miller
American Journal of Political Science, 769-803, 1977
2431977
Information, electorates, and democracy: some extensions and interpretations of the Condorcet jury theorem
NR Miller
Information pooling and group decision making 2, 173-192, 1986
2221986
Committees Agendas & Voting
NR Miller
Routledge, 2023
1192023
The geometry of majority rule
NR Miller, B Grofman, SL Feld
Journal of Theoretical Politics 1 (4), 379-406, 1989
1001989
The uncovered set in spatial voting games
SL Feld, B Grofman, R Hartly, M Kilgour, N Miller, ...
Theory and Decision 23, 129-155, 1987
851987
Centripetal forces in spatial voting: on the size of the yolk
SL Feld, B Grofman, N Miller
Public Choice 59 (1), 37-50, 1988
841988
Logrolling, vote trading, and the paradox of voting: A game-theoretical overview
NR Miller
Public Choice, 51-75, 1977
811977
In search of the uncovered set
NR Miller
Political analysis 15 (1), 21-45, 2007
542007
Election inversions by the US Electoral College
NR Miller
Electoral systems: Paradoxes, assumptions, and procedures, 93-127, 2011
522011
The covering relation in tournaments: two corrections
NR Miller
American Journal of Political Science, 382-385, 1983
471983
Why the Electoral College is good for political science (and public choice)
NR Miller
Public Choice 150, 1-25, 2012
432012
Power in game forms
NR Miller
Power, voting, and voting power, 33-51, 1982
431982
Limits on agenda control in spatial voting games
SL Feld, B Grofman, NR Miller
Formal Theories of Politics, 405-416, 1989
361989
Election inversions under proportional representation
NR Miller
Scandinavian Political Studies 38 (1), 4-25, 2015
352015
A priori voting power and the US Electoral College
NR Miller
Power, Voting, and Voting Power: 30 Years After, 411-442, 2013
332013
Closeness matters: monotonicity failure in IRV elections with three candidates
NR Miller
Public Choice 173 (1), 91-108, 2017
312017
Information, individual errors, and collective performance: Empirical evidence on the Condorcet Jury Theorem
NR Miller
Group Decision and Negotiation 5, 211-228, 1996
301996
What to do about election inversions under proportional representation?
DS Felsenthal, NR Miller
Representation 51 (2), 173-186, 2015
282015
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