Alexander S. Belenky
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Description

Alexander S. Belenky is the author of books and scientific articles in the fields of optimization and game theory and their applications in transportation, industry, agriculture, environmental protection, advertising, brokerage, auctioning, and U.S. presidential elections.

He is the author of Operations Research in Transportation Systems: Ideas and Schemes of Optimization Methods for Strategic Planning and Operations Management(2004). He is also the author of the books How America Chooses Its Presidents (2007) Extreme Outcomes of U.S. Presidential Elections (2003) and Winning the U.S. Presidency: Rules of the Game and Playing by the Rules (2004). He was an invited guest on radio and TV talk shows throughout the country in the course of the 2004 election campaign. His co-authored opinion pieces about voting systems have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Christian Science Monitor, and The New York Times.

Belenky holds a Ph.D. in systems analysis and mathematics and D.Sc. in applications of mathematical methods.


Lectures:

debate
flag The Electoral College Experts Audience Dialogue (Part 5)
as author at  To Keep or Not to Keep the Electoral College: MIT World Series: New Approaches to Electoral Reform,
together with: Arnold I. Barnett (moderator), Judith Best, Robert Hardaway, Robert Bennett, Paul Schumaker, Akhil Amar, John Fortier, Alan Natapoff, Vikram Amar, Alexander Keyssar,
2948 views
  debate
flag The Electoral College Experts Debate and Audience Dialogue (Part 4)
as moderator at  To Keep or Not to Keep the Electoral College: MIT World Series: New Approaches to Electoral Reform,
together with: Judith Best, Robert Bennett, Alexander Keyssar, Robert Hardaway, John Fortier, Akhil Amar, Vikram Amar, Paul Schumaker, Arnold I. Barnett, Alan Natapoff, David Hawking,
3247 views
debate
flag What (if Anything) Should Be Done About Improving the System of Electing a President? (Part 3)
as author at  To Keep or Not to Keep the Electoral College: MIT World Series: New Approaches to Electoral Reform,
together with: Arnold I. Barnett, David Hawking, Alan Natapoff,
3029 views
  debate
flag The Electoral College: Its Logical Foundations and Problems What (if Anything) Should Be Done About Improving the System of Electing a President? (Part 1)
as author at  To Keep or Not to Keep the Electoral College: MIT World Series: New Approaches to Electoral Reform,
together with: Judith Best, Robert Hardaway, John Fortier,
2588 views
lecture
flag The Electoral College in U.S. Presidential Elections: Logical Foundations, Mathematics and Politics
as author at  MIT World Host: Engineering Systems Division,
2428 views