Payoff Shocks and Equilibrium Selection with Endogenous Flexibility
In dynamic models with multiple equilibria, a central question is how agents coordinate their expectations on a particular outcome. Many dynamic models feature endogenous flexibility: at some cost, agents can adjust their behavior more quickly (e.g., in response to changing market conditions). We show that aggregate payoff shocks eliminate all equilibria but one in a general dynamic setting with endogenous flexibility. The results are applied to a model of development.
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