Strong equilibria in games with the lexicographical improvement property


We study a class of finite strategic games with the property that every deviation of a coalition of players that is profitable to each of its members strictly decreases the lexicographical order of a certain function defined on the set of strategy profiles. We call this property the lexicographical improvement property (LIP) and show that, in finite games… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00182-012-0322-1

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