Game Theory and Public Policy, SECOND EDITION

Game Theory and Public Policy, SECOND EDITION

Roger A. McCain

This book provides a critical, selective review of concepts from game theory and their applications in public policy, and further suggests some modifications for some of the models (chiefly in cooperative game theory) to improve their applicability to economics and public policy.

Chapter 8: Superadditive games in coalition function form

Roger A. McCain

Subjects: economics and finance, game theory, politics and public policy, public policy

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This chapter reviews some concepts from what might be called nearconsensus cooperative game theory. The objective of the chapter is primarily expositional. Apart from expression, examples, arrangement, and some critical comments, the chapter is not intended to be original.

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