Les Cahiers de Recherche - HEC Paris
Nicolas VIEILLE and Eilon SOLAN
Quitting games - an example
Abstract: Quitting games are I-player sequential games in which, at
any stage, each player has the choice between continuing and quitting. The
game ends as soon as at least one player chooses to quit; player i then
receives a payoff , which depends on the set S of players that did choose
to quit. If the game never ends, the payoff to each player is zero.
Keywords: stopping games; equilibrium; stochastic games; (follow links to similar papers)
JEL-Codes: C73; (follow links to similar papers)
22 pages, October 1, 2001
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