# Social and Economic Networks in Cooperative Game Theory (Theory and Decision Library. Series C, Game Theory, Mathematical programminG, and Operations Research, V. 27)

**Authors:**Marco Slikker, Anne Van Den Nouweland.

**Publisher:**Springer

**Year:**2001

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**Pages:**312

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**Price:**9484.5 rub.

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**Book Summary:**

Social and Economic Networks in Cooperative Game Theory presents a coherent overview of theoretical literature that studies the influence and formation of networks in social and economic situations in which the relations between participants who are not included in a particular participant's network are not of consequence to this participant. The material is organized in two parts. In Part I the authors concentrate on the question how network structures affect economic outcomes. Part II of the book presents the formation of networks by agents who engage in a network-formation process to be able to realize the possible gains from cooperation.

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