Comments on 'Money is Privacy' by Charles Kahn, James Mcandrews, and William Roberds: Monetary Theory and Game Theory

4 Pages Posted: 5 May 2005

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Akihiko Matsui

University of Tokyo - Faculty of Economics

Abstract

Three classes of models on money closely related to game theoretic models are (i) search theoretic models; (ii) repeated games (in a narrow sense); and (iii) trading post games. This note tries to point out the sense of affinity between the theory of microfoundations of money and the theory of "repeated games" in a broad sense of the term.

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Matsui, Akihiko, Comments on 'Money is Privacy' by Charles Kahn, James Mcandrews, and William Roberds: Monetary Theory and Game Theory. International Economic Review, Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 401-404, May 2005. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=714266

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