Nash consistent representations
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In Chapter 2 we have seen how a constitution of a society or more formally, an effectivity function, and a set of rules that enable the members of the society to exercise their rights simultaneously, i.e., a game form representing the effectivity function, govern the behavior of the members of a (civilized) state. In this chapter we introduce a new element: the preferences of the society members over the social states.1
KeywordsNash Equilibrium Topological Space Social Welfare Function Game Form Simple Game
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