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Strategic Foundations of General Equilibrium: Dynamic Matching and Bargaining Games

Опубликовано на портале: 19-04-2007
Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000, 232 с.
The theory of competition has held a central place in economic analysis since Adam Smith. This book, written by one of the most distinguished of contemporary economic theorists, reports on a major research program to provide strategic foundations for the theory of perfect competition. Beginning with a concise survey of how the theory of competition has evolved, Gale makes extensive and rigorous use of dynamic matching and bargaining models to provide a more complete description of how a competitive equlibrium is achieved. Whereas economists have made use of a macroscopic description of markets in which certain behavioral characteristics, such as price-taking behavior, are taken for granted, Gale uses game theory to re-evaluate this assumption, beginning with individual agents and modelling their strategic interaction. A strategic foundation for competitive equilibrium shows how such interaction leads to competitive, price-taking behavior. Essential reading for graduate courses in game theory and general equilibrium

  1. Markets and Games
  2. Perfect Competition
  3. Continuity and Anonymity
  4. Bounded Rationality
  5. Afterthoughts
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