The Myerson value for complete coalition structures
In order to describe partial cooperation structures, this paper introduces complete coalition structures as sets of feasible coalitions. A complete coalition structure has a property that, for any coalition, if each pair of players in the coalition belongs to some feasible coalition contained in the coalition then the coalition itself is also feasible. The union stable structures, which constitute the domain of the Myerson value, are a special class of the complete coalition structures. As an allocation rule on complete coalition structures, this paper proposes an extension of the Myerson value for complete coalition structures and provides an axiomatization.
Union stable structure, Complete coalition structure, The Myerson value, Potential
Mathematical Methods of Operations Research
Springer Verlag (Germany)
UI, Takashi; KOJIMA, Hiroyuki; and KAJII, Atsushi.
The Myerson value for complete coalition structures. (2011). Mathematical Methods of Operations Research. 74, (3), 427-443. Research Collection School Of Economics.
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