Nash versus Schelling? The importance of constraints in legislative bargaining

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When the Council of Ministers had to decide on the so-called chocolate directive in 1999, its plan to allow vegetable fat in the production of candy products met with fierce opposition from Belgium, France, and the Netherlands. These three member states objected to the usage of vegetable fats other than cocoa in chocolate. Although they advanced some… (More)

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@inproceedings{Schneider2006NashVS, title={Nash versus Schelling? The importance of constraints in legislative bargaining}, author={Gerald Schneider}, year={2006} }