unanimity rule

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A voting rule in which unanimous approval is required for an alternative to be selected. The unanimity rule is employed when it is felt desirable to have no disagreement. Examples are the requirement for unanimity among juries for some court cases and in the admission of new members to private clubs. See also collective choice; majority voting.

Subjects: Economics.

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