I wanted to learn Social Choice Theory and have fine mathematical background. I have read about it as a part of advanced microeconomics (Jehle and Rene)- Arrow's Impossibility Theorem etc. and got intrigued by it.

What are some good books to read to know more about Social Choice Theory and in particular, the mathematics of voting systems?


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Start with:

If you want more, have a look at:

To dig deeper:

For good or bad reasons, there are also entire books dedicated to the specific method of "approval voting" (which tend to discuss other methods as well as a way to enable comparisons):

To branch out into the neighboring disciplines of mechanism and market design:


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