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  • Coralio Ballestery, Antoni Calvó-Armengolz, +7 authors Sergio Vicente
  • 2005
Finite population non-cooperative games with linear-quadratic utilities, where each player decides how much action she exerts, can be interpreted as a network game with local payo¤ com-plementarities, together with a globally uniform payo¤ substitutability component and an own-concavity e¤ect. For these games, the Nash equilibrium action of each player is(More)
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for discussions, references, and comments. I am especially grateful to two referees who supplied detailed, intelligent, and constructive comments on an earlier version of the manuscript and to John McMillan for his advice and encouragement. I worked on this project while a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. I thank my(More)
Vietnam's firms contract without the shadow of the law and only partly in the shadow of the future. Although contracting rests in part on the threat of loss of future business, firms often are willing to renegotiate following a breach, so the retaliation is not as forceful as in the standard repeated-game story and not as effective a sanction. To ensure(More)