**Strategic Foundations of General Equilibrium**

by Douglas Gale

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2000**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521644100**ISBN-13**: 9780521644105**Number of pages**: 232

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This book reports on a major research program to provide strategic foundations for the theory of competition. Making use of insights from game theory, search theory and bargaining theory, the author develops a model to explain what actually goes on in markets and how a competitive general equilibrium is achieved. Essential reading for graduate courses in game theory and general equilibrium.

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