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We examine how differences in firm sunk entry costs affect both entry order and the potential for clustering in a triopoly preemption game. If the cost asymmetry between the firms is sufficiently large, the firms always enter in the order from the lowest to highest cost, whereas if firms are...
Two agents announce the state they consider most likely infinitely many times. A small departure from common belief in rationality can have a severe impact on the belief about the state and on the behavior of an extremist: while initial periods of disagreement produce a temporary convergence of...
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