Social norms and choice: a weak folk theorem for repeated matching games
International Journal of Game Theory
137 - 146
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A folk theorem which holds for all repeated matching games is established. The folk theorem holds any time the stage game payoffs of any two players are not affinely equivalent. The result is independent of population size and matching rule-including rules that depend on players choices or the history of play. © 2007 Springer Verlag.