The nucleolus in games with major and minor players
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In this paper, we considern-person weighted majority games with major and minor players. We prove under certain conditions that if the minor players split into equal “mini-minor” players the nucleolus' components which correspond to the major players do not change.
KeywordsEconomic Theory Game Theory Major Player Weighted Majority Majority Game
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