Computational Politics

A page for the study of
numerical aspects of political systems

Themes include decision theory, electoral systems,
game theory, power indices and the spatial theory of voting

University of Seville, Spain


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The power in the European Union Council under the Nice rules

European Voting Games (Decision rules in the European Union)

Comprender la globalización por Guillermo de la Dehesa

El sistema de mercado por Charles L. Lindblom

Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

Resources for Economists on the Internet

First World Congress of the Game Theory Society (List of Abstracts)

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Papers

European Convention versus Nice Treaty

Voting power in the European Union Council under the Nice rules

The distribution of power in the European Constitution
European Journal of Operational Research 176 (2007) 1752–1766

Computing power indices in weighted multiple majority games
Mathematical Social Sciences 46 (2003) 63-80

Voting power in the European Union enlargement
European Journal of Operational Research 143 (1) (2002) 181-196

Generating functions for computing the Myerson value (European Union Star Game)
Annals of Operations Research 109 (2002) 143-158

El índice de poder de Banzhaf en la Unión Europea ampliada
Questiio 25 (1) (2001)

Generating functions for computing power indices efficiently
Top 8 (2) (2000) 191-213

El poder en los parlamentos de España y Andalucía
Epsilon 39 (1997) 213-222

La reforma constitucional de la composición del Senado
Revista de las Cortes Generales 33 (1994) 185-197


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Data


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Journals

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International Relations


Theory and Metodology


Comparative Politics


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Software


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October 24, 2006