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Différences d'information, solutions concurrentielles et stratégies révélatrices

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  • FORGES, F.

Nous passons en revue quelques résultats récents sur la concrétisation des solutions concurrentielles d'économies où les agents ne disposent pas tous de la même information. Dans ce cadre, l'extension des définitions formalisées par Arrow et Debreu suscite de nombreuses difficultés conceptuelles. Certaines propriétés de l'équilibre à anticipations rationnelles, par exemple, paraissent paradoxales. Afin de donner des fondements à cette approche, on cherche à concrétiser les solutions concurrentielles en montrant qu'elles coïncident avec les équilibres stratégiques d'un scénario (un jeu) approprié. Le plus souvent, on est amené à considérer un grand nombre de « répliques » des agents pour rendre compte du caractère négligeable des individus. Nous analysons en particulier l'effet de cette construction sur les contraintes d'incitation liées à la transmission d'information par les agents.

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Paper provided by Université catholique de Louvain, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE) in its series CORE Discussion Papers RP with number 1165.

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Handle: RePEc:cor:louvrp:1165
Note: In : Recherches économiques de Louvain, 1, 99-123, 1995
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