Coalitional games: Monotonicity and core
AbstractWe characterize a monotonic core solution defined on the class of veto balanced games. We also discuss what restricted versions of monotonicity are possible when selecting core allocations. We introduce a family of monotonic core solutions for veto balanced games and we show that, in general, the per capita nucleolus is not monotonic.
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Monotonicity; Core; TU games; Per capita nucleolus;
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