On the Impossibility of Predicting the Behavior of Rational Agents.
A foundational assumption in economics is that people are rational--they choose optimal plans of action given their predictions about future states of the world In games of strategy this means that each players' strategy should be optimal given his or her prediction of the opponents' strategies We demonstrate that there is an inherent tension between rationality and prediction when players are uncertain about their opponents' payoff functions Specifically there are games in which it is imposs...Expand abstract
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