Generic Finiteness of Equilibrium Outcome Distributions for Sender-Receiver Cheap-Talk Games
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Volume (Year): 76 (1997)
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- Park, I.U., 1993. "Generic Finiteness of Equilibrium Outcome Distribution for Sender Receiver Cheap-Talk Games," Papers 269, Minnesota - Center for Economic Research.
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