Index of Power for Cabinet
We formulate a voting model for a legislature composed of many disjoint and cohesive subgroups and we define a power index for a cabinet which is nominated by this legislature. Each subgroup has a leader, and its cohesiveness is measured by the probability that a member votes the same way as the leader, which presumably could be different for non-leader members within a subgroup. We examine the relative power of the cabinet as a function of the sizes and cohesiveness of supporting groups. The example of the Polish cabinet is used.
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Volume (Year): 17 (2000)
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