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One assumption in the Shapley–Shubik power index is that there is no interaction nor influence among the voting members. This paper will apply the command structure of Shapley (1994) to model members’ interaction relations by simple games. An equilibrium authority distribution is then formulated by the power-in/power-out mechanism. It turns out to have much(More)
An econometric or statistical model may undergo a marginal gain when a new variable is admitted, and marginal loss if an existing variable is removed. The value of a variable to the model is quantified by its expected marginal gain and marginal loss. Under a prior belief that all candidate variables should be treated fairly, we derive a few formulas which(More)
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