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Colignatus, Thomas (2010): The performance of four possible rules for selecting the Prime Minister after the Dutch Parliamentary elections of June 2010.

Colignatus, Thomas (2018): An overview of the elementary statistics of correlation, R-squared, cosine, sine, and regression through the origin, with application to votes and seats for Parliament.

Colignatus, Thomas (2018): One woman, one vote. Though not in the USA, UK and France.

Colignatus, Thomas (2018): Comparing votes and seats with cosine, sine and sign, with attention for the slope and enhanced sensitivity to inequality / disproportionality.

Colignatus, Thomas (2018): Comparing the Aitchison distance and the angular distance for use as inequality or disproportionality measures for votes and seats.

Colignatus, Thomas (2018): Measures of policy distance and inequality / disproportionality of votes and seats.

Colignatus, Thomas (2017): Two conditions for the application of Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient to voting and allocated seats.

Colignatus, Thomas (2017): The performance of four possible rules for selecting the Prime Minister after the Dutch Parliamentary elections of March 2017.

Colignatus, Thomas (2013): The performance of four possible rules for selecting the Prime Minister after the Dutch Parliamentary elections of September 2012.

Colignatus, Thomas (2011): Conditions for turning the ex ante risk premium into an ex post redemption for EU government debt.

Colignatus, Thomas (2011): Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem and the distinction between Voting and Deciding.

Colignatus, Thomas (2011): Response to a review of voting theory for democracy, in the light of the economic crisis and the role of mathematicians.

Colignatus, Thomas (2011): The crisis and the raison d’être and prospect for the UK office for budget responsibility versus an economic supreme Court.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): A measure of association (correlation) in nominal data (contingency tables), using determinants.

Colignatus, Thomas (2010): Single vote multiple seats elections. Didactics of district versus proportional representation, using the examples of the United Kingdom and The Netherlands.

Colignatus, Thomas (2009): Consumer durables as investments that can help us out of the current economic crisis.

Colignatus, Thomas (2008): A note on competing economic theories on the 2007-2008+ financial crisis: The case for (hidden) stagflation.

Colignatus, Thomas (2008): Review of Howard DeLong (1991), "A refutation of Arrow’s theorem", with a reaction, also on its relevance in 2008 for the European Union.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): Why one would accept Voting Theory for Democracy and reject the Penrose Square Root Weights.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): In a democracy, Bayrou would have won. Application of the Borda Fixed Point method to the 2007 French presidential elections.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): Correlation and regression in contingency tables. A measure of association or correlation in nominal data (contingency tables), using determinants.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): A comparison of nominal regression and logistic regression for contingency tables, including the 2 × 2 × 2 case in causality.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): The 2 x 2 x 2 case in causality, of an effect, a cause and a confounder. A cross-over guide to the 2 x 2 x 2 contingency table.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): Correlation and regression in contingency tables. A measure of association or correlation in nominal data (contingency tables), using determinants.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): The 2 x 2 x 2 case in causality, of an effect, a cause and a confounder. A cross-over’s guide to the 2 x 2 x 2 contingency table.

Colignatus, Thomas (2007): In a democracy, Bayrou would have won. Application of the Borda Fixed Point method to the 2007 French presidential elections.

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