1. Long-Term Competition-A Game-Theoretic Analysis.- 2. Equilibrium in Supergames.- 3. Entry, Divorce and Re-Marriage in Matching Markets.- 4. Games in Support Function Form: An Approach to the Kernel of NT Games.- 5. Relationships Between Bankruptcy Games and Minimum Cost Spanning Tree Games.- 6. Non-Zero Sum Repeated Games and Information Transmission.- 7. On the Reduced Game of Some Linear Prodution Games.- 8. On Prize Games.- 9. On Probabilistic Machines, Bounded Rationality and Average-Case Complexity.- 10. Consistent Demands for Coalition Formation.- 11. The Resale-Proof Trade of Information as a Stable Standard of Behavior - An Application of the Theory of Social Situations.- 12. The Non-Consistency and Non-Uniqueness of the Consistent Value.- 13. The Kernel of Homogeneous Games with Steps.- 14. On the Locus of the Nucleolus.
This volume presents a collection of papers on game theory dedicated to Michael Maschler. Through his dedication and contributions to game theory, Maschler has become an important figure particularly in the area of cooperative games. Game theory has since become an important subject in operations research, economics and management science. As befits such a volume, the main themes covered are cooperative games, coalitions, repeated games, and a cost allocation games. All the contributions are authoritative surveys of a particular topic, so together they will present an invaluable overview of the field to all those working on game theory problems.
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