Social Choice Theory is concerned with the design and analysis of methods for collective decision making. Due to the depth of the questions it raises and the breadth of applications it can support, Social Choice Theory is studied from a wide variety of points of view and in a diverse range of academic disciplines, including Philosophy, Political Science, Economics, Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence, and Computer Science. The Netherlands has a long and proud tradition of meetings between researchers working in Social Choice Theory that reflect this interdisciplinary nature of the field.
The Dutch Social Choice Colloquium is a series of regular meetings in Amsterdam, Maastricht, and Rotterdam, with both local speakers and speakers from abroad. Everyone interested is invited to attend. To be kept up to date on the schedule of forthcoming meetings, please subscribe to the DSCC Mailing List. On this site you can read about future and past meetings, and you can find out how to contact the organisers.