We study games and institutions from a strategic viewpooint. We try to overcome the rigid separation between what is cooperative and what is non-cooperative and mix both types of considerations. The implentability cooperative objectives and the social consequences of non-cooperative processes are examples of questions we ask both for abstract games and for specific institutional contexts. The latter include large markets, voting situations, firms and different governmental policies.
|Effective start/end date||15/12/97 → 15/12/99|
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