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The Minimal Dominant Set is a Non-Empty Core-Extension

  • László Á. Kóczy

    (Catholic University Leuven)

  • Luc Lauwers

    (Catholic University Leuven)

A set of outcomes for a TU-game in characteristic function form is dominant if it is, with respect to an outsider-independent dominance relation, accessible (or admis-sible) and closed. This outsider- independent dominance relation is restrictive in the sense that a deviating coalition cannot determine the payoffs of those coalitions that are not involved in the deviation. The minimal (for inclusion) dominant set is non-empty and for a game with a non-empty coalition structure core, the minimal dominant set returns this core.

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Length: 15 pages
Date of creation: 03 Oct 2002
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Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpga:0210002
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