The Endogenous Formation of Economic Coalitions

Type: International
Authors: Carlo Carraro
Publisher: Edward Elgar, Series on Economics and the Environment
Date: 2003


This important book, written by some of the leading scholars in the field, provides a comprehensive overview of recent advances in coalition theory and presents both the latest theoretical developments and novel applications in the field of economics.  The authors demonstrate the many uses of coalition theory and its ability to address a whole host of complex economic problems, such as the provision of global public goods, the adoption of co-operative R&D strategies and the emergence of sovereign states. By highlighting important game-theoretic results they are able to compare and contrast the effectiveness of different approaches.  

Contributors: F. Bloch, C. Carraro, M. Finus, A. Kovalenkov, C. Marchiori, M. Mariotti, B. Rundshagen, M. Wooders, L. Xue, S.-S. Yi

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