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Regularity and Stability in Monotone Bayesian Games

  • Alan Beggs
  • A.W. Beggs

This paper defines regular and weakly regular equilibria for monotone Bayesian games with one-dimensional actions and types.� It proves an index theorem and provides applications to uniqueness of equilibrium.� It also provides analyses of stability with respect to perturbations and dynamic stability.

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Paper provided by University of Oxford, Department of Economics in its series Economics Series Working Papers with number 587.

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