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Choice-theoretic Solutions for Strategic Form Games

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  • John Duggan

    (University of Rochester)

  • Michel Le Breton

    (Toulouse School of Economics)

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  • John Duggan & Michel Le Breton, 2014. "Choice-theoretic Solutions for Strategic Form Games," RCER Working Papers 580, University of Rochester - Center for Economic Research (RCER).
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