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Claim: If choice sets $T, M,$ and $A$ are finite, then an assessment $\{\beta^*_{r}, \beta^*_{s}, \mu^*\}$ is a WPBE (weak perfect Bayesian equilibrium) of the two-stage signalling game between receiver $r$ and sender $s$ if and only if it is a SE (sequential equilibrium). Proof: SE $\implies$ WPBE is trivial since SEs are PBEs by construction, and thus are ...


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There are many refinements of pooling equilibria. For starters, you want to make sure all your equilibria are Perfect Bayesian Equilibria. After that, you can also require any equilibrium to survive the intuitive criterion or other forms of forward induction. Lastly, you could also require things like efficiency or symmetry. The choice of refinements is ...


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