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Incentive Efficiency of Correlated Equilibria with State Dependent Payoffs

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  • Lahiri Somdeb

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In this paper we extend the framework of a finite game to incorporate state dependent payoffs, prove the existence of a correlated equilibrium in such a set up and obtain a characterization of all incentive efficient correlated equilibria. Finally we prove the existence of correlated equilibria for games with state dependent preferences and single experimentation by the players and indicate a characterization of all incentive efficient equilibria for such games.

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  • Lahiri Somdeb, 1990. "Incentive Efficiency of Correlated Equilibria with State Dependent Payoffs," IIMA Working Papers WP1990-08-01_00966, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:iim:iimawp:wp00966
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