Power indices in large voting bodies\ud

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Leech, Dennis;
  • Publisher: University of Warwick. Dept. of Economics
  • Subject: QA | H1

There is no consensus on the properties of voting power indices when there are a large number of voters in a weighted voting body. On the one hand, in some real-world cases that have been studied the power indices have been found to be nearly proportional to the weights... View more
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