On ordinal equivalence of power measures given by regular semivalues
Tomiyama [Tomiyama, Y., 1987. Simple game, voting representation and ordinal power equivalence. International Journal on Policy and Information 11, 67-75] proved that, for every weighted majority game, the preorderings induced by the classical Shapley-Shubik and Penrose-Banzhaf-Coleman indices coincide. He called this property the ordinal equivalence of these indices for weighted majority games. Diffo Lambo and Moulen [Diffo Lambo, L., Moulen, J., 2002. Ordinal equivalence of power notions in voting games. Theory and Decision 53, 313-325] extended Tomiyama's result to all linear (i.e. swap robust) simple games. Here we extend Diffo Lambo and Moulen's result to all the preorderings induced by regular semivalues (which include both classical indices) in a larger class of games that we call weakly linear simple games. We also provide a characterization of weakly linear games and use nonsymmetric transitive games to supplying examples of nonlinear but weakly linear games.
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