A Note on Bargaining over Complementary Pieces of Information in Networks
We consider two specific network structures, the star and the line, and study the set of bilateral alternating-offers bargaining procedures for the pairs of connected agents. Agents have complementary information and bargain over the relative price of their pieces of information. We characterize the unique subgame perfect equilibrium outcome for each of these network structures.
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