John R. Chamberlin is professor of political science in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Last Updated: July 13, 2017

"Provision of Collective Goods as a Function of Group Size" in American Political Science Review (1974)
"Toward Applicable Social Choice Theory: A Comparison of Social Choice Functions under Spatial Model Assumptions" in American Political Science Review(with Michael Cohen, 1978)
"Representative Deliberations and Representative Decisions: Proportional Representation and the Borda Rule" in American Political Science Review (with Paul Courant, 1983)
"Privatization as Institutional Choice," in Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (with John E. Jackson, 1987)
"Ethics and Game Theory" in Ethics and International Affairs (1989)
"Formal Political Theory and the Design and Evaluation of Institutions" in Institutions in American Society (Ann Arbor, 1990) "Fairness and Secrecy: A Contractarian Approach" in Rationality and Society (with Kim Lane Scheppele, 1991)