When there is no cost reduction, there is a Pareto-dominant, subgame perfect equilibrium where the project is completed without delay.
What does SPE stand for?
SPE stands for Subgame Perfect Equilibrium (game theory)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Theorems 1 and 2 characterize the unique subgame perfect equilibrium.
A symmetric and stationary subgame perfect equilibrium has the following structure.
The subgame perfect equilibrium set of strategies can be found by backward induction, starting from the future project values for both firms and working back along the tree.
In particular, there is a continuum of Subgame Perfect Equilibrium (SPE) when each round of auction is treated as a separate game.
The subgame perfect equilibrium of the infinitely repeated game shows that it is possible for the recipient to lock the donor into repeatedly granting aid even if the conditions are not implemented.
]) < 0--the subgame perfect equilibrium is that neither firm bids.
We present here the subgame perfect equilibrium of the second stage of the game corresponding to the first-stage distribution policies [s.