Dependency Equilibria and the Causal Structure of Decision and Game Situation


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SPOHN, Wolfgang, 2003. Dependency Equilibria and the Causal Structure of Decision and Game Situation. In: Homo Oeconomicus. 20, pp. 195-255

@article{Spohn2003Depen-3505, title={Dependency Equilibria and the Causal Structure of Decision and Game Situation}, year={2003}, volume={20}, journal={Homo Oeconomicus}, pages={195--255}, author={Spohn, Wolfgang} }

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