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Noncooperative Games, Abstract Economies, and Walrasian Equilibria

Border, Kim C. (1981) Noncooperative Games, Abstract Economies, and Walrasian Equilibria. Social Science Working Paper, 396. California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA.

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The introduction of an additional player to serve as coordinator in an N-person abstract economy leads in a natural way to an N+1-person noncooperative game. Sufficient conditions on the abstract economy are considered which lead to the existence of equilibrium in the resulting game and hence for the abstract economy.

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Alternate Title:A Core Existence Theorem for Games Without Ordered Preferences
Additional Information:Parts of this working paper were published as Border, Kim C. "A Core Existence Theorem for Games Without Ordered Preferences." Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society (1984): 1537-1542.
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Issue or Number:396
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