Vijay Krishna and
Roberto Serrano ()
Review of Economic Studies, 1996, vol. 63, issue 1, 61-80
We study a multilateral bargaining procedure that extends Rubinstein's alternating offer game to the case of n players. The procedure captures the notion of consistency in the sense familiar in cooperative game theory and we use it to establish links to the axiomatic theory of bargaining.
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