Luxembourg in the Early Days of the EEC: Null Player or Not?
AbstractVoters whose yes-or-no decision never makes a difference to the outcome in a simple voting game are known as “null players”. Luxembourg’s role in the Council of Ministers during the first period of the European Economic Community (EEC) is often cited as a real-world case. The paper contrasts the textbook claim that Luxembourg was a null player with a more comprehensive picture of Luxembourg’s role in EEC’s voting system. The assessment of Luxembourg’s voting power is sensitive to the role played by the European Commission in the decision-making procedure and the measurement concepts underlying power evaluations. View Full-Text
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Mayer, A. Luxembourg in the Early Days of the EEC: Null Player or Not? Games 2018, 9, 29.
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Mayer, Alexander. 2018. "Luxembourg in the Early Days of the EEC: Null Player or Not?" Games 9, no. 2: 29.
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