Subgame Perfect Implementation

@article{Moore1988SubgamePI,
  title={Subgame Perfect Implementation},
  author={John. Moore and Rafael Repullo},
  journal={Econometrica},
  year={1988},
  volume={56},
  pages={1191-1220}
}
This paper examines the use of stage mechanisms in implementation problems and provides a partial characterization of the set of subgam e perfect implementable choice rules. It is shown that, in many economic environments, virtually an y choice rule can be implemented. To illustrate the power of this approach, the paper discusses a number of models in which it is possible to implement the first-best (although it wouldn't have been possible to do so without using stage mechanisms). The diversity… 
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