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Farsightedly stable networks

  • HERINGS, Jean-Jacques
  • MAULEON, Ana
  • VANNETELBOSCH, Vincent

We propose a new concept, the pairwise farsightedly stable set, in order to predict which networks may be formed among farsighted players. A set of networks G is pairto a network outside G are deterred by the threat of ending worse off or equally well wise farsightedly stable (i) if all possible pairwise deviations from any network g G

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