English, Article edition: U-CYCLES IN n-PERSON TU-GAMES WITH ONLY 1, n - 1 AND n-PERSON PERMISSIBLE COALITIONS JUAN CARLOS CESCO; ANA LUCÃA CALÃ

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  • U-CYCLES IN n-PERSON TU-GAMES WITH ONLY 1, n - 1 AND n-PERSON PERMISSIBLE COALITIONS
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  • JUAN CARLOS CESCO
  • ANA LUCÃA CALÃ
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  • It has been recently proved that the non-existence of certain type of cycles of pre-imputation, fundamental cycles, is equivalent to the balancedness of a TU-games (Cesco (2003)). In some cases, the class of fundamental cycles can be narrowed and still obtain a characterization theorem. In this paper we prove that existence of maximal U-cycles, which are related to a transfer scheme designed for computing a point in the core of a game, is condition necessary and sufficient for a TU-game be non-balanced, provided n - 1 and n-person are the only coalitions with non-zero value. These games are strongly related to games with only 1, n - 1 and n-person permissible coalitions (Maschler (1963)).
  • Non balanced games, cycles, transfer schemes
  • RePEc:wsi:igtrxx:v:08:y:2006:i:03:p:355-368
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