Anonymous repeated games with a large number of players and random outcomes

@inproceedings{Sabourian1990AnonymousRG,
  title={Anonymous repeated games with a large number of players and random outcomes},
  author={Hamid Sabourian},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract Green ( J. Econ. Theory 22 (1980), 155–182) demonstrates that in anonymous repeated games with random outcomes, any play which can be sustained as an equilibrium by a trigger strategy is approximately a Nash equilibrium of the stage game if there is a large, but finite, number of players and if the stage game satisfies a certain continuity assumption. This paper shows that Green's result holds when no restrictions are imposed on the strategies of the players, thus demonstrating the… CONTINUE READING

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