Studies in Choice and Welfare is a book series dedicated to the ethical and positive aspects of welfare economics and choice theory. Topics comprise individual choice and preference theory, social choice and voting theory (normative, positive and strategic sides) as well as all aspects of welfare theory (Pareto optimality; welfare criteria; fairness, justice and equity; externalities; public goods; optimal taxation; incentives in public decision making; cost-benefit analysis, etc.). All titles in the book series are peer-reviewed.
Marc Fleurbaey and Maurice Salles are the editors in chief of this book series. It is published by Springer.
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