Alexander Karpov

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Nineteen indices characterizing the disproportionality in a parliament are studied. A classification of these indices is suggested, and computational experiments and an axiomatic approach are used to study their properties. Effects of the number of parties and the degree of disproportionality are considered. The indices are evaluated for parliamentary(More)
We propose a new method of the Single Transferable Vote (STV) and give a unified way to describe classic procedures (Gregory Method, Inclusive Gregory Method and Weighted Inclusive Gregory Method) as an iterative procedure. A modification for quota definition is proposed which improves theoretical properties of the procedures. The method is justified by a(More)
The Centre for Advanced Studies was created in 2006 at Higher School of Economics (HSE) in cooperation with the New Economic School. Its aim is to promote international standards of research in the socioeconomic sciences in close collaboration with foreign academics to be published in English in high-level peer-reviewed journals. It involves the active(More)
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