Title

Faulty Communication

Authors

Stephen Morris

Document Type

Discussion Paper

Publication Date

8-1-2000

CFDP Number

1271R

CFDP Revision Date

2001-08-01

CFDP Pages

22

Abstract

The electronic mail game of Rubinstein (1989) showed that a lack of common knowledge generated by faulty communication can make coordinated action impossible. This paper shows how this conclusion is robust to having a more realistic timing structure of messages, more than two players who meet publicly but not as a plenary group, and strategic decisions about whether to communicate.

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