Issue: 2009/Vol.19/No.2, Pages 75-104
MEASURING CONFLICT AND POWER IN STRATEGIC SETTINGS
Cite as: G. Rossi. Measuring conflict and power in strategic settings. Operations Research and Decisions 2009: 19(2), 75-104.
This is a quantitative approach to measuring conflict and power in strategic settings: noncooperative games (with cardinal or ordinal utilities) and blockings (without any preference specification). A (0, 1)-ranged index is provided, taking its minimum on common interest games, and its maximum on a newly introduced class termed “full conflict” games.
Keywords: strategic game, conflict, coalitional game, power index