Election of Workers’ Representatives: Based on Lexicographic Preferences Ordering Method

Chunling ZUO


It is very important for the labor to have a national election mechanism of workers’ representatives in order to safeguard rights and interests of labor. The essential nature of the election of workers’ representatives is to aggregate the set of different individual preferences orders of every voter into a single sequence of group preference rationally and scientifically. It has been proved that lexicographic preferences ordering provides a better fit for voting representatives due to effects of irrational factors like emotion, desire, faith and some others. The paper, at first step, makes a mathematical description of worker voters’ behaviors based on the rule of lexicographic preferences ordering, performs an evaluation operations to instruct the operating mechanism of lexicographic ordering, and then establishes associations among lexicographic ordering method, indifference curve of utility, majority vote counting method, Borda counting method and Condorcet counting method after a series of in-depth discussion of voters’ inter-behavior and their outcomes.


Election of workers’ representatives; Lexicographic preference ordering; Preference order of attributes

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8884


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