Game theoretical analysis of wage bargaining in a simple business cycle model
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- Selten, Reinhard & Güth, Werner, 2017. "Game theoretical analysis of wage bargaining in a simple business cycle model," Center for Mathematical Economics Working Papers 69, Center for Mathematical Economics, Bielefeld University.
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