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Mixing weighted values of non-atomic games

Juan Carlos Santos () and José Zarzuelo ()

International Journal of Game Theory, 1998, vol. 27, issue 3, 342 pages

Abstract: Weighted values of non-atomic games were introduced by Hart and Monderer (1997). They study these values by using two approaches: the potential approach and the asymptotic approach. In this study we develop the random order approach (the mixing value, Aumann and Shapley, 1974) to weighted values and prove that these values coincide with the asymptotic weighted values of Hart and Monderer in pNA.

Keywords: Non-atomic; games; ·; Aumann-Shapley; value; ·; weighted; values (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1998-11-02
Note: Received April 1995/Revised version May 1996/ Final version October 1997
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