Katri K. Sieberg

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While it is troubling when power index values change with the index, the problem is more severe; different indices can generate radically different rankings; e.g., a 15-player game exists with over a trillion different strict index rankings of the players. In contrast, for each number of players certain indices always share the same ranking; e.g., the(More)
It is not unusual for decisions in engineering or customer surveys to compare pairs or subsets of alternatives. Surprisingly, this standard, natural approach can cause valued information to be lost: a loss so severe that it can cause demonstrably incorrect decisions. By understanding why these errors occur, we identify an alternative, closely related(More)
Demands and concessions in a multi-stage bargaining process are shaped by the probabilities that each side will prevail in an impasse. Standard game-theoretic predictions are quite sharp: demands are pushed to the precipice with nothing left on the table, but there is no conflict regardless of the degree of power asymmetry. Indeed, there is no delay in(More)
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