Federica Briata

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In Briata, Dall’Aglio and Fragnelli (2012), the authors introduce a cooperative game with transferable utility for allocating the gain of a collusion among completely risk-averse agents involved in the fair division procedure introduced by Knaster (1946). In this paper we analyze the Shapley value (Shapley, 1953) of the game and propose its use as a measure(More)
The aim of this paper is to identify and characterize the parts of an extensive form game that are “relevant” to determining whether the outcome of a certain strategy profile is an equilibrium outcome. We formally define what we mean by “relevant” and refer to the associated collection of information sets as essential. We apply this idea to a number of(More)
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