Strategic Interaction Model with Censored Strategies
AbstractIn this paper, we develop a new model of a static game of incomplete information with a large number of players. The model has two key distinguishing features. First, the strategies are subject to threshold effects, and can be interpreted as dependent censored random variables. Second, in contrast to most of the existing literature, our inferential theory relies on a large number of players, rather than a large number of independent repetitions of the same game. We establish existence and uniqueness of the pure strategy equilibrium, and prove that the censored equilibrium strategies satisfy a near-epoch dependence property. We then show that the normal maximum likelihood and least squares estimators of this censored model are consistent and asymptotically normal. Our model can be useful in a wide variety of settings, including investment, R&D, labor supply, and social interaction applications. View Full-Text
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Jenish, N. Strategic Interaction Model with Censored Strategies. Econometrics 2015, 3, 412-442.
Jenish N. Strategic Interaction Model with Censored Strategies. Econometrics. 2015; 3(2):412-442.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jenish, Nazgul. 2015. "Strategic Interaction Model with Censored Strategies." Econometrics 3, no. 2: 412-442.