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Cooperation and allocation


  • Hendrickx, R.L.P.

    (Tilburg University, School of Economics and Management)


This thesis deals with various models of cooperation, including games with transferable utility, games with nontransferable utility, bankruptcy situations, communication situations, spillover games and sequencing situations. The focus is on analysing rules for dividing the profits of cooperation. This analysis is performed in terms of properties that one might require of such an allocation mechanism. In addition, properties of the underlying situations and games are studied.

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  • Hendrickx, R.L.P., 2004. "Cooperation and allocation," Other publications TiSEM ab33e762-204c-46e2-86b1-0, Tilburg University, School of Economics and Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:tiu:tiutis:ab33e762-204c-46e2-86b1-062ca89f61c4
    Note: Dissertation

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