Social Organization and Mechanism Design: Proceedings of the Second Francqui Colloquium, 10-11 June 1996, Brussels

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De Boeck Supérieur, 1999 - 344 páginas

By presenting a collection of contributions by leading experts, this book illustrates the variety of issues that the discipline of "mechanism design", as a branch of game theory, is capable of dealing with : voting rules, trial procedures, public good production, cost-sharing, monopolistic regulation, bequest function, etc. However, the book illustrates also the fundamental unity of the basic questions : information gathering, communication, individual as well as coalitional strategic and dynamic behavior.

 

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Contenido

Introduction
5
CHAPTER
6
CHAPTER
11
CHAPTER
13
CHAPTER 2
35
CHAPTER 3
53
CHAPTER 4
73
CHAPTER 5
93
CHAPTER 8
163
CHAPTER 9
185
CHAPTER 10
209
Interim Efficiency in a Public Goods Problem
239
CHAPTER 12
263
A Model of Efficient Discovery
279
CHAPTER 14
311
Index
335

Social Learning in Recurring Games
107
CHAPTER 7
139

Términos y frases comunes

Acerca del autor (1999)

Claude d'Aspremont is Full Professor at the Catholic University of Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium), where he teaches Advanced Micro-economics and Social Welfare Theory in the Economics departement and where he is Research Director of the Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE). He graduated in Philosophy and in Economics at the Catholic University of Louvain, in 1969, and obtained an MBA and a Ph.D. (in Decision Sciences) at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, in 1973, as a CIM Fellow. His main contributions have been in the area of normative economics, both to social choice theory and the application of game theory to industrial organization and mechanism design. He has been elected Fellow of the Econometric Society in 1984 and won the 1995 Francqui Prize. He also teaches at the Facultés Saint-Louis in Brussels and the University Louis-Pasteur in Strasbourg, is a member of the Scientific Committee of the French Ministry of higher education and research and a member of the Teaching Council of the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris. He is Associate Editor of Games and Economic Behavior, the Journal of Mathematical Economics, Social Choice and Welfare and the Journal of Public Economic Theory.

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