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Economic Games and Strategic Behaviour: Theory and Application

Economic Games and Strategic Behaviour: Theory and Application (Hardback)

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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.



The author provides an original approach to strategic bargaining to find a solution to economic games in which cooperation cannot be enforced by a third party. He then applies this approach to a wide range of real life situations including international environmental agreements, bilateral trade agreements, collusion between firms in industry and bargaining between buyers and sellers in the market place. The author also discusses important policy implications as well as setting an agenda for future research.



Economic Games and Strategic Behaviour is an original contribution to the existing literature which will be welcomed for providing accurate outcomes for situations in which conventional theories produce ambiguous results. It will be of great interest to students and scholars of microeconomics, game theory and industrial economics.

BusinessBusiness & managementBusiness strategyBusinessEconomicsEconomic theory & philosophyScience & MathematicsMathematicsOptimizationGame theory Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 26/08/1998 ISBN-13: 9781858989051  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Frank Stahler, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Economic Theory, University of Kiel, Germany

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