By Drew Fudenberg, David K. Levine
This e-book brings jointly the joint paintings of Drew Fudenberg and David Levine (through 2008) at the heavily hooked up subject matters of repeated video games and recognition results, in addition to comparable papers on extra normal concerns in video game concept and dynamic video games. The unified presentation highlights the habitual issues in their paintings.
Contents: Limits, Continuity and Robustness: ; Subgame-Perfect Equilibria of Finite- and Infinite-Horizon video games (D Fudenberg & D okay Levine); restrict video games and restrict Equilibria (D Fudenberg & D ok Levine); Open-Loop and Closed-Loop Equilibria in Dynamic video games with Many gamers (D Fudenberg & D okay Levine); Finite participant Approximations to a Continuum of avid gamers (D Fudenberg & D ok Levine); at the Robustness of Equilibrium Refinements (D Fudenberg et al.); while are Nonanonymous avid gamers Negligible? (D Fudenberg et al.); popularity results: ; attractiveness and Equilibrium choice in video games with a sufferer participant (D Fudenberg & D okay Levine); protecting a attractiveness while thoughts are Imperfectly saw (D Fudenberg & D okay Levine); keeping a name opposed to a Long-Lived Opponent (M Celentani et al.); while is acceptance undesirable? (J Ely et al.); Repeated video games: ; the folks Theorem in Repeated video games with Discounting or with Incomplete details (D Fudenberg & E Maskin); the folks Theorem with Imperfect Public info (D Fudenberg et al.); potency and Observability with Long-Run and Short-Run avid gamers (D Fudenberg & D ok Levine); An Approximate people Theorem with Imperfect deepest info (D Fudenberg & D okay Levine); The Nash-Threats folks Theorem with conversation and Approximate universal wisdom in participant video games (D Fudenberg & D okay Levine); ideal Public Equilibria while avid gamers are sufferer (D Fudenberg et al.); non-stop closing dates of Repeated video games with Imperfect Public tracking (D Fudenberg & D ok Levine).
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A Long-run Collaboration on Games With Long-run Patient Players by Drew Fudenberg, David K. Levine