The Value for Actions-Set Games
Emilio Calvo () and
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Action-Set games are transferable utility games where the set of players is finite, every player has a finite set of actions, and the worth of the game is a function of the actions taken by the players. In this setting a rule has to determine individual payoffs at each combinations of actions. Following an axiomatic approach, we define the set of Consistent Bargaining Equilibria.
Keywords: Action-set games; Shapley value; Prekernel; Consistent Bargaining Equilibria (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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