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Strategic Interaction and Markets

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In Defense of Comparative Statics: Specifying Empirical Tests of Models of Strategic Interaction

Strategic Interaction and Interstate Crises: A Bayesian Quantal Response Estimator for Incomplete Information Games

Allocating irrigation water: the impact of strategic interactions on the efficiency of rules

A Formal Analysis of Incentives in Strategic Interactions Involving an International Development Cooperation Agency

The Battle Between ECOFIN‐11 and the European Central Bank: A Strategic Interaction Perspective

Strategic Interaction and Candidate Competition in U.S. House Elections: Empirical Applications of Probit and Strategic Probit Models

Strategic Interactions Among Private and Public Efforts When Preventing and Stamping Out a Highly Infectious Animal Disease

Loss of native α-synuclein multimerization by strategically mutating its amphipathic helix causes abnormal vesicle interactions in neuronal cells

The Art of the Network: Strategic Interaction and Patronage in Renaissance Florence. By Paul D. McLean and Heirs, Kin, and Creditors in Renaissance Florence. By Thomas Kuehn

Paul D. McLean. The Art of the Network: Strategic Interaction and Patronage in Renaissance Florence. (Politics, History, and Culture.) Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 2007. Pp. xv, 288. Cloth $79.95, paper $22.95.

 

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A situation in which the pay-off of one economic agent is dependent upon the choices of others. For example, in a duopolistic industry the profit of each firm is dependent on the choice (quantity or price) of the other firm. The outcome of strategic interaction is analysed using game theory.

Subjects: Economics — Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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