One-Sided Patience with One-Sided Communication Does Not Justify Stackelberg Equilibrium
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communication; renegotiation; repeated games; Stackelberg equilibrium; Social and Behavioral Sciences;
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- Dekel, Eddie & Farrell, Joseph, 1990. "One-sided patience with one-sided communication does not justify stackelberg equilibrium," Games and Economic Behavior, Elsevier, vol. 2(4), pages 299-303, December.
- Eddie Dekel and Joseph Farrell., 1990. "One-Sided Patience with One-Sided Communication Does Not Justify Stackelberg Equilibrium," Economics Working Papers 90-136, University of California at Berkeley.
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