Global Social Interactions with Sequential Binary Decisions : The Case of Marriage , Divorce , and Stigma ∗

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This paper studies global social interactions in a stylized model of marriage and divorce with complementarities across agents. The key point of departure from traditional models of social interactions is that actions are interrelated and sequential. We establish existence and uniqueness results akin to those in traditional models. In contrast to these… (More)

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