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Interim Correlated Rationalizability

  • Eddie Dekel
  • Drew Fudenberg
  • Stephen Morris

This paper proposes the solution concept of interim correlated rationalizability, and shows that all types that have the same hierarchies of beliefs have the same set of interim-correlated-rationalizable outcomes. This solution concept characterizes common certainty of rationality in the universal type space.

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