University of Hamburg
Machiavelli, Conspiracy, Medici, Lorenzo Magnifico, Conspiracy of the Pazzi, Pope Sixtus IV, Game Theory, Cesare Borgia, Mixed Strategy Equilibrium, Maximin Solution
[comma separated]Keywords: Sophocles, Antigone, Creon, Polynices, sacred law, secular law, Law of State, conflict of laws, money, Brecht’s Antigone
Medici, Cosimo de’ Medici, Machiavelli, marriage network, business network, marriage-business network, power index analysis, Public Good Index, and Public Value, network rigidity, social embeddedness
Keywords: Antigone, Creon, Sophocles, Friedrich Hölderlin, Bertolt Brecht, game theory, Nash equilibrium, dominant strategy
network, game form, Nash equilibrium, Braess paradox, inspection game, prisoners’ dilemma
Urban space, network, collective decision making, power index analysis, responsibility, Smart City, Public Good Index, and Public Value.
Finnish Parliament, weighted voting game, a priori voting power, coalition formation, Public Good Index, PGI, Banzhaf index, local monotonicity, NESS concept, causality, responsibility.
Antigone, Creon, Sophocles, Friedrich Hölderlin, Bertolt Brecht, Game Theory, Nash Equilibrium, Dominant Strategy
Public Good Index, PGI, Banzhaf Index, Shapley-Shubik Index, Local Monotonicity, I-power, P-power, NESS Concept.
Finnish party system, Finnish governments, seat shares, voting power, power indices, Banzhaf index, Public Good Index
voting and voting power, power index research, elections, aggregation of preferences, European Union
Adam Smith, Kirkaldy, Mary Shelley, Ferdinand II, Elector Maximilian
Friedrich Schiller, Wallenstein, Max Weber, Game Theory, Mixed Strategies, Nash Equilibrium
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