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Pure Strategies and No Externalities with Multiple Agents

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  • Peters, Michael

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This note considers two properties of common agency models - pure strategy equilibria with simple competition are robust and equilibria in mechanisms can be reproduced as equilibria with simple competition provided an appropriate no-externalities assumption holds. This note provides counter examples to both these theorems when there are multiple agents.

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Paper provided by Vancouver School of Economics in its series Microeconomics.ca working papers with number peters-03-12-17-12-42-59.

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Date of creation: 17 Dec 2003
Date of revision: 12 Feb 2004
Handle: RePEc:ubc:pmicro:peters-03-12-17-12-42-59

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