Douglas Woodall

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Douglas Woodall is a psephologist born in November 1943 in w:Stoke-on-Trent, England. He studied mathematics at Cambridge, and earned his Ph.D. at Nottingham in 1969.[1] He devised the later-no-harm criterion, a voting system criterion that is considered important in the comparison of electoral systems. Woodall has done a lot of work exploring the monotonicity criterion. He also invented Woodall's method.

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  1. "Extracts from D. R. Woodall's CV". Retrieved 2022-05-17.