Transferable utility is a concept that seems to be associated with cooperative game theory and coalitions. I would like to know if there are any examples of transferable utility in non-cooperative game theory.

Well, in a lot of mechanism design uses money and assumes agents' valuations are quasilinear. So monetary payments are essentially "transferable utility".

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