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In anticipation of possible breaches, contracts may provide for compensation to be paid to the breached-against partner. We examine the effects that several alternative damage rules have on equilibrium search and breach behavior.
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Here we derive the first order conditions of the times when configurations change. An equilibrium analysis of search and breach of contract II. Equilibrium analysis of search and breach of contract book non-steady state exampleCited by: Downloadable (with restrictions).
We study the steady-state equilibrium of models where individuals meet pairwise in a costly stochastic search process and negotiate contracts to product output. Different meetings yield different outputs, and so an individual in a contract may wish to continue search to find a better match.
If he is successful, he will break his original contract. Diamond, Peter & Maskin, Eric, "An Equilibrium Analysis Of Search And Breach Of Contract," Economic Research PapersUniversity of Warwick - Department. "An equilibrium analysis of search and breach of contract II.
A non-steady state example," Journal of Economic Theory, Elsevier, vol. 25(2), pagesOctober. More about this item.
Maskin E, Diamond P. An Equilibrium Analysis of Search and Breach of Contract, II: A Non-Steady Example. Journal of Economic Theory. Diamond & E. Makin, "An Equilibrium Analysis of Search and Breach of Contract, II: A Non-Steady State Example," Working papersMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of.
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of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. equilibrium analysis nonsteady state example m.i.t. working paper costly stochastic search process negotiate contract steady-state equilibrium different meeting possible breach breach behavior original contract equilibrium search breached-against partner several alternative damage rule different output.
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"An Equilibrium Analysis of Search and Breach of Contract, I: Steady States," Bell Journal of Economics, The RAND Corporation, vol. 10(1), pagesSpring. Merz, Monika, "Search in the labor market and the real business cycle," Journal of Monetary Economics, Elsevier, vol. 36(2), pagesNovember.
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Except for the work of Diamond and Maskin, these articles deal primarily with a single contract transaction rather. The level of commitment is set by breach penalties. To be freed from the contract, an agent simply pays the penalty to the other party. A self-interested agent will be reluctant to breach because the other party might breach, in which case the former agent is freed from the contract, does not incur a penalty, and collects a penalty from the.
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Keep in mind that a breach of contract can occur even whether the contract is written or if it’s just a verbal contract. One of the many, many flaws with using only verbal contracts is that the terms of the agreement are vague at best, and undefined at worst. We study the steady-state equilibrium of models where individuals meet pairwise in a costly stochastic search process and negotiate contracts to product output.
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