Reputation with Observed Actions
A single long-run player plays a fixed-stage game (simultaneous or sequential move) against an infinite sequence of short-run opponents that play only once but can observe all past realized actions. Assuming that the probability distributions over types of long- and short-run players have full support, we show that the long-run player can always establish a reputation for the Stackelberg strategy and is therefore guaranteed almost his Stackelberg payoff in all Nash equilibria of the repeated game.
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Volume (Year): 7 (1996)
Issue (Month): 3 (April)
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