Equilibrium Design by Coarse Correlation in Quadratic Games

Trivikram Dokka, Herve Moulin, Indrajit Ray, Sonali Sen Gupta

Research output: Working paper


In a public good provision or a public bad abatement situation, the non-cooperative interplay of the participants typically results in low levels of provision or abatement. In the familiar class of n-person quadratic games, we show that Coarse Correlated equilibria (CCEs) - simple mediated communication devices that do not alter the strategic structure of the game - can significantly outperform the Nash equilibrium in terms of the policy objective above.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jul 2020


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