Weekend list #6

Who voted for Brexit? A comprehensive district-level analysis

Modest reductions in fiscal cuts could have swayed the outcome. Drastic changes in immigration patterns would probably not have made a difference.

The EU referendum: surname diversity and voting patterns

The percentage of voters opting for Leave shows some dependence on measures of surname diversity.

Bargaining power in the European Union : an evaluation of competing game-theoretic models

Resource-based models offer relatively precise point predictions. Domestic constraints are not particularly important in legislative decision making.

Playing three-level games in the global economy – Case studies from the EU

A collection of essays featuring cases where the European Union negotiated in different policy fields of the global economy.

Computing Nash equilibria: the plot thickens (video)

Nash equilibria lie at the foundations of modern economic thought. Playing games under considerations of risk is rife with serious complexity impediments.