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MARKETS WITH MANY TRADERS THE GAME
NONCOOPERATIVE GAMES THE COURNOT
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act as price—takers amounts offered Annals of Mathematics assume behavior bilateral monopoly characteristic function clears the market collusion competitive allocation competitive equilibrium point CONCEPTS AND THEORIES contract curve cooperative game cooperative solution core Cournot 13 Cowles Foundation Debreu define denote dominated Edgeworth diagram Edgeworth Market Game effective set example indifference curves individual initial holdings line RP market mechanism Martin Shubik maximize MEMORANDUM RM-3553-PR Monopolistic Competition move the outcome n—person game theory Neumann—Morgenstern solution noncooperative equilibrium noncooperative game noncooperative solution number of participants number of players number of traders oligopolistic oligopoly Pareto optimal Pareto—optimal set per—capita players are strategically points of tangency preferred price ray RQ Princeton University PROJECT RAND PURE COMPETITION Lloyd RAND Corporation response curve SANTA MONICA second trader second type set of players single number strategies strictly effective THEORIES OF PURE theory of games two—person coalitions type of player undominated imputation unique United States Air viewpoint welfare