A Short Proof of Reny's Existence Theorem for Payoff Secure Games
A short proof of Reny (1999)'s equilibrium existence theorem for payoff secure games is provided. At the heart of the proof lies the concept of a multivalued mapping with the local intersection property. By means of the Fan-Browder collective fixed-point theorem, we show an approximate equilibrium existence theorem which covers a number of known games. Reny's theorem follows from it straightforwardly.
|Date of creation:||Dec 2008|
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|Note:||Published in Economic Theory DOI 10.1007/s00199-010-0526-1S|
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