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Author Stone, Peter, 1971 Oct. 14-
Title The luck of the draw [electronic resource] : the role of lotteries in decision-making / Peter Stone.
Publication Info Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2011.



Descript xii, 195 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents The school board tosses a coin -- Lotteries, lotteries everywhere -- Absurd yet obvious -- The story so far -- The argument to come -- What is a lottery? -- Fundamental features of decision-making -- Decision-making by lottery -- The lottery principle -- Indeterminacy without lotteries -- Lotteries and divination -- The relationship between lotteries and justice -- The just lottery rule -- Consent, opportunities, expectations -- What does allocative justice require? -- Allocative justice and outcomes -- Allocative justice and actions -- Impartiality and indeterminacy -- The right and the good -- The nature of the impartiality principle -- Theories of justice -- Alternatives to random selection -- Sortition in practice -- Sortition and justice -- Incentive alignment -- Descriptive representation -- Random selection in other contexts.
Note .
ISBN 9780199756100 (alk. paper)
0199756104 (alk. paper)
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Author Stone, Peter, 1971 Oct. 14-
Subject Lotteries.
Decision making.
Political science -- Decision making.
Descript xii, 195 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents The school board tosses a coin -- Lotteries, lotteries everywhere -- Absurd yet obvious -- The story so far -- The argument to come -- What is a lottery? -- Fundamental features of decision-making -- Decision-making by lottery -- The lottery principle -- Indeterminacy without lotteries -- Lotteries and divination -- The relationship between lotteries and justice -- The just lottery rule -- Consent, opportunities, expectations -- What does allocative justice require? -- Allocative justice and outcomes -- Allocative justice and actions -- Impartiality and indeterminacy -- The right and the good -- The nature of the impartiality principle -- Theories of justice -- Alternatives to random selection -- Sortition in practice -- Sortition and justice -- Incentive alignment -- Descriptive representation -- Random selection in other contexts.
Note .
ISBN 9780199756100 (alk. paper)
0199756104 (alk. paper)
Author Stone, Peter, 1971 Oct. 14-
Subject Lotteries.
Decision making.
Political science -- Decision making.

Subject Lotteries.
Decision making.
Political science -- Decision making.
Descript xii, 195 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents The school board tosses a coin -- Lotteries, lotteries everywhere -- Absurd yet obvious -- The story so far -- The argument to come -- What is a lottery? -- Fundamental features of decision-making -- Decision-making by lottery -- The lottery principle -- Indeterminacy without lotteries -- Lotteries and divination -- The relationship between lotteries and justice -- The just lottery rule -- Consent, opportunities, expectations -- What does allocative justice require? -- Allocative justice and outcomes -- Allocative justice and actions -- Impartiality and indeterminacy -- The right and the good -- The nature of the impartiality principle -- Theories of justice -- Alternatives to random selection -- Sortition in practice -- Sortition and justice -- Incentive alignment -- Descriptive representation -- Random selection in other contexts.
Note .
ISBN 9780199756100 (alk. paper)
0199756104 (alk. paper)

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