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EpinetsThe Epistemic Structure and Dynamics of Social Networks$
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Mihnea Moldoveanu and Joel A.C. Baum

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780804777919

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804777919.001.0001

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“I Know You Think She Thinks I Trust You—But I Don't”

“I Know You Think She Thinks I Trust You—But I Don't”

Moves, Tactics, and Strategies Defined and Played in Epinets

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(p.131) Chapter 5 “I Know You Think She Thinks I Trust You—But I Don't”
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Epinets
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Mihnea C. Moldoveanu

Joel A.C. Baum

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804777919.003.0005

This chapter extends the use of epinets to the characterization of dynamic processes in networks. Epinets are employed in two distinct ways: first as instruments for specifying changes in the epistemic states of linked or interacting agents, and second as a toolkit for representing strategic interactions. Using epinets to represent interactions among epistemically-linked agents resolves ambiguities inherent in game theoretic approaches and enables explicit modeling of subtle phenomena including mind games, dialogical games, and information brokerage games.

Keywords:   Social networks, epistemic game theory, epistemic state change, epistemic moves, epistemic robustness, epistemic stability, epistemic immunity, epistemic networks, epinets

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