Curriculum vitae

Sanver Remzi

CNRS Senior Researcher
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Office : P647
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Remzi Sanver was born in 1970, in Istanbul. After finishing Galatasaray High School, he graduated from Bosphorus University with an Industrial Engineering degree in 1993; in 1998, he completed his PhD in the same university's economics department. Sanver, who became a professor in 2006, carried out scientific research on the application of mathematics to social sciences, which led to more than 60 scientific papers published in leading scientific journals and received around 1000 citations. Sanver is also in the editorial board of various international scientific publications, such as Mathematical Social Sciences, Social Choice and Welfare, Theory amd Decision. Remzi Sanver worked as a faculty member at Istanbul Bilgi University between 1998 and 2015. He served as the President of the University from 2011 to 2015. Since 2015, he has been working as a research director at the National Center for Scientific Research of France (CNRS). He speaks English, French and Spanish.

Latest publications


Kruger J., Sanver R. (2021), An Arrovian impossibility in combining ranking and evaluation, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 57, n°3, p. 535–555

Kruger J., Sanver R. (2021), The relationship between Arrow’s and Wilson’s theorems on restricted domains, Mathematical Social Sciences, vol. 114, p. 95-97

Ozkes A., Sanver R. (2021), Anonymous, neutral, and resolute social choice revisited, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 57, n°1, p. 97–113

Nunez M., Sanver R. (2021), On the subgame perfect implementability of voting rules, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 56, p. 421–441

Laslier J-F., Nunez M., Sanver R. (2021), A solution to the two-person implementation problem, Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 194, p. 105261

Keskin U., Sanver R., Tosunlu H. (2021), Recovering non-monotonicity problems of voting rules, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 56, n°1, p. 125–141

Laffond G., Laine J., Sanver M. (2020), Metrizable preferences over preferences, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 55, n°1, p. 177-191

Horan S., Osborne M., Sanver R. (2019), Positively responsive collective choice rules and majority rule: A generalization of May’s theorem to many alternatives,, International Economic Review, vol. 60, n°4, p. 1489-1504

Merlin V., Ozkal Sanver I., Sanver R. (2019), Compromise rules revisited, Group Decision and Negotiation, vol. 28, n°1, p. 63-78

Sanver R., Kruger J. (2018), Restricting the domain allows for weaker independence, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 51, n°3, p. 563-575

Sanver R. (2018), Implementing Pareto optimal and individually rational outcomes by veto, Group Decision and Negotiation, vol. 27, n°2, p. 223-233

Sanver R., Kruger J. (2018), Which dictatorial domains are superdictatorial? A complete characterization for the Gibbard-Satterthwaite impossibility, Mathematical Social Sciences, vol. 94, p. 32-34

Sanver R. (2017), Nash implementing social choice rules with restricted ranges, Review of Economic Design, vol. 21, n°1, p. 65-72

Nunez M., Sanver R. (2017), Revisiting the connection between the no-show paradox and monotonicity, Mathematical Social Sciences, n°special issue

Ozkes A., Sanver R. (2017), Absolute qualified majoritarianism: how does the threshold matter?, Economics Letters, vol. 153, p. 20-22

Erdamar B., Sanver R., Sato S. (2017), Evaluationwise strategy-proofness, Games and Economic Behavior, vol. 106, p. 227-238

Laine J., Ozkes A., Sanver R. (2016), Hyper-stable social welfare functions, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 46, n°1, p. 157-182

Directions d'ouvrage

Laslier J-F., Moulin H., Sanver R., Zwicker W. (2019), The Future of Economic Design : the continuing development of a field as envisioned by its researchers Springer, 539 p.

Prépublications / Cahiers de recherche

Keskin U., Sanver R., Tosunlu H. (2021), Monotonicity Violations under Plurality with a RunOff : The Case of French Presidential Elections, Paris, Preprint Lamsade

Ozkes A., Sanver R. (2017), Procedural versus Opportunity-Wise Equal Treatment of Alternatives: Neutrality Revisited, Paris, Preprint Lamsade

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