Virtual Repeated Implementation
We show that in the context of repeated implementation, any social choice rule which realizes all alternatives for a positive (yet arbitrarily small) amount of time is Nash implementable. The results complement those of the virtual implementation literature.
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|Publication status:||Published: published in Economic Letters 83 (2004) pp. 263-268.|
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