Strategic power indices: Quarrelling in coalitions
While they use the language of game theory known measures of a priory voting power are hardly more than statistical expectations assuming voters behave randomly. Focusing on normalised indices we show that rational players would behave differently from the in-dices predictions and propose a model that captures such strategic behaviour.
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- Max Albert, 2004.
"The Voting Power Approach,"
European Union Politics,
, vol. 5(1), pages 139-146, March.
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