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Sequential Formation of Coalitions in Games with Externalities and Fixed Payoff Division
This paper analyzes a sequential game of coalition formation when the division of the coalitional surplus is fixed and the payoffs are defined relative to the whole coalition structure. Gains fromExpand
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Endogenous Structures of Association in Oligopolies
The formulation of associations of firms in an oligopoly with linear demand is analyzed as a two-stage noncooperative game. In the first stage, firms form associations in order to decrease theirExpand
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Non-cooperative models of coalition formation in games with spillovers
This important book, written by some of the leading scholars in the field, provides a comprehensive overview of recent advances in coalition theory and presents both the latest theoreticalExpand
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Terror as a Bargaining Instrument: A Case Study of Dowry Violence in Rural India
The authors examine how domestic violence may be used as a bargaining instrument, to extract larger dowries from a spouse's family. The phrase"dowry violence"refers not to the paid at the time of theExpand
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The formation of networks with transfers among players
We examine the formation of networks among a set of players whose payoffs depend on the structure of the network, when players may bargain by promising or demanding transfer payments when forming links. Expand
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Communication networks with endogenous link strength
This paper analyzes the formation of communication networks when players choose endogenously their investment on communication links. Expand
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Definitions of equilibrium in network formation games
We examine a variety of stability and equilibrium definitions that have been used to study the formation of social networks among a group of players. Expand
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Pricing in social networks
We analyze the problem of optimal monopoly pricing in social networks where agents care about consumption or prices of their neighbors. Expand
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Two-sided search, marriages, and matchmakers
This paper analyzes the provision of matching services in a model of two-sided search. Agents belong to two populations and are uniformly distributed on [0,1]. Their utility is equal to the index ofExpand
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Informal insurance in social networks
This paper studies networks of informal insurance across networks of individuals. Expand
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