The reputation literature, following Fudenberg and Levine (1989)'s seminal paper , often considers a perturbation of a repeated game in which player one may, with small probability, be a " commitment " type that always plays a " commitment " strategy. Reputation results, in which player one obtains the same payoff as if she could commit publicly to that… (More)
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