Shlomo Maital

1Daniel Wasserteil
1Einat Spivak
1Mira Peled
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This paper treats reciprocal externalities as a special case of how people interact. Two-person two-choice games are used to construct a theory and taxonomy of interactions and to show that separability of objective functions (utility, cost, or profit) is sufficient, but not necessary, for the existence of dominant strategies. The model is generalized to(More)
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