Economic Games And Strategic Behaviour
Theory and Application
Frank Stähler, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Economic Theory, University of Kiel, Germany
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Economic Games and Strategic Behaviour is a seminal volume which introduces a model providing solutions to economic games subject to repeated play. It develops a link between strategic bargaining and the theory of self-enforcing contracts to give insights into the long-term relationships between two parties, such as firms or governments, who meet in a negotiating situation.
Contents: Preface 1. Preview 2. Strategic Bargaining and Self-enforcing Contracts 3. Bargaining for a Collective Good without Transfers 4. Bargaining for a Collective Good with Transfers 5. Bargaining between Buyer and Seller 6. Concluding Remarks 7. Appendix References Index