"Computed policies for firm 1 and firm 2: Compute the limit of a Nash linear quadratic dynamic game with, u_{it} +u_{it}' q_i u_{it} + u_{jt}' s_i u_{jt} + 2 u_{jt}', x_{it+1} = A x_t + b_1 u_{1t} + b_2 u_{2t} + C w_{it+1}, and a perceived control law :math:`u_j(t) = - f_j x_t` for the other. (link) (SPE doesnât suer from this problem in the context of a bargaining game, but many other games -especially repeated games- contain a large number of SPE.) The objective of the firm is to maximize $ \sum_{t=0}^\infty \beta^t \pi_{it} $. preferences and state transition matrices. Keywords: Stochastic game, stationary Markov perfect equilibrium, (decom-posable) coarser transition kernel, endogenous shocks, dynamic oligopoly. large, $ \{F_{1t}, K_{1t}\} $ solves player 1’s robust decision problem, taking $ \{F_{2t}\} $ as given, and. This means that we simulate the state dynamics under the MPE equilibrium closed-loop transition matrix, where $ F_1 $ and $ F_2 $ are the firms’ robust decision rules within the robust markov_perfect equilibrium. x_t' \Pi_{1t} x_t + u_{1t}' Q_1 u_{1t} + p = a_0 - a_1 (q_1 + q_2) \tag{10} Notice how $ j $’s control law $ F_{jt} $ is a function of $ \{F_{is}, s \geq t, i \neq j \} $. Now we activate robustness concerns of both firms. As before, let $ A^o = A - B\_1 F\_1^r - B\_2 F\_2^r $, where in a robust MPE, $ F_i^r $ is a robust decision rule for firm $ i $. \right\} \tag{3} even though they share the same baseline model and information. In practice, we usually fix $ t_1 $ and compute the equilibrium of an infinite horizon game by driving $ t_0 \rightarrow - \infty $. Advanced Quantitative Economics with Python. This completes our review of the duopoly model without concerns for robustness. A Markov perfect equilibrium is a game-theoretic economic model of competition in situations where there are just a few competitors who watch each other, e.g. The agents share a common baseline model for the transition dynamics of the state vector. The term $ \theta_i v_{it}' v_{it} $ is a time $ t $ contribution to an entropy penalty that an (imaginary) loss-maximizing agent inside Since the stochastic games are too complex to be solved analytically, (PM1) and (PM2) provide algorithms to compute a Markov perfect equilibrium (MPE) of this stochastic game. that appears as an argument of payoff functions of both agents. 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This means that worst-case forecasts of industry output $ q_{1t} + q_{2t} $ and price $ p_t $ also differ between the two firms. 3.2 Computing Equilibrium We formulate a linear robust Markov perfect equilibrium as follows. \sum_{t=t_0}^{t_1 - 1} This lecture describes the concept of Markov perfect equilibrium. The law of motion for the state $ x_t $ is $ x_{t+1} = A x_t + B_1 u_{1t} + B_2 u_{2t} $ where. © Copyright 2020, Thomas J. Sargent and John Stachurski. Here we set the robustness and volatility matrix parameters as follows: Because we have set $ \theta_1 < \theta_2 < + \infty $ we know that. \Pi_{1t} - Evidently, firm 1’s output path is substantially lower when firms are robust firms while (\beta B_2' {\mathcal D}_2 ( P_{2t+1}) \Lambda_{2t} + \Gamma_{2t}) + \beta \Lambda_{2t}' {\mathcal D}_2 ( P_{2t+1}) \Lambda_{2t} \tag{9} 29 0 obj \beta^{t - t_0} As in Markov perfect equilibrium, a key insight here is that equations (6) and (8) are linear in $ F_{1t} $ and $ F_{2t} $. CE�(�(�5whF �h�#���B��o��V��+j�/�A�*_᱔�ϱD܆�Q"��Ұԥ蕪�[r9�fx��z{��S��fx,�Xl��Rv���Υ↜��=m"}o�J�S�Z�9c��~���N�l��˰Z�gQb� �/����T�S�UVz�L�t��\SI�V�֓��K��ykm :�� We call such equilibria common information based Markov perfect equilibria of the game, which can be viewed as a refinement of Nash equilibrium in games with asymmetric information. Nonexistence of stationary Markov perfect equilibrium. The agents express the possibility that their baseline specification is incorrect by adding a contribution $ C v_{it} $ to the time $ t $ transition law for the state. The player i also concerns about the model misspecification, The solution computed in this routine is the :math:`f_i` and, :math:`P_i` of the associated double optimal linear regulator, Corresponds to the MPE equations, should be of size (n, n), As above, size (n, c), c is the size of w, beta : scalar(float), optional(default=1.0), tol : scalar(float), optional(default=1e-8), This is the tolerance level for convergence, max_iter : scalar(int), optional(default=1000), This is the maximum number of iterations allowed, F1 : array_like, dtype=float, shape=(k_1, n), F2 : array_like, dtype=float, shape=(k_2, n), P1 : array_like, dtype=float, shape=(n, n), The steady-state solution to the associated discrete matrix, P2 : array_like, dtype=float, shape=(n, n), # Unload parameters and make sure everything is a matrix, # Multiply A, B1, B2 by sqrt(β) to enforce discounting, # Note: INV1 may not be solved if the matrix is singular, # Note: INV2 may not be solved if the matrix is singular, # RMPE heterogeneous beliefs output and price, # Total output, RMPE from player 1's belief, # Total output, RMPE from player 2's belief. preferences and state transition matrices. It is used to study settings where multiple decision makers interact non-cooperatively over time, each seeking to â¦ Applications. The second step estimator is a simple simulated minimum Both industry output and price are under the transition dynamics associated with the baseline model; only the decision rules $ F_i $ differ across the two heterogeneity evolves endogenously in response to random occurrences, for example, in the investment process. To map a robust version of the duopoly model into coupled robust linear-quadratic dynamic programming We often want to compute the solutions of such games for infinite horizons, in the hope that the decision rules $ F_{it} $ settle down to be time-invariant as $ t_1 \rightarrow +\infty $. For example, Bhaskar and Vega-Redondo (2002) show that any Subgame Perfect equilibrium of the alternating move game in which playersâ memory is bounded and their payoï¬s re°ect the costs of strategic complexity must coincide with a MPE. $$. Player $ i $ takes a sequence $ \{u_{-it}\} $ as given and chooses a sequence $ \{u_{it}\} $ to minimize and $ \{v_{it}\} $ to maximize, $$ Markov-perfect equilibrium that can be calculated from the xed points of a nite sequence of low-dimensional contraction mappings. $$, while thinking that the state evolves according to, $$ Player âs malevolent alter ego employs decision rules ð = ð¾ð ð¥ where ð¾ð is an â × ðma- trix. equilibrium conditions of a certain reduced one-shot game. MPE model with those under the baseline model under the robust decision rules within the robust MPE. called Markovian, and a subgame perfect equilibrium in Markov strategies is called a Markov perfect equilibrium (MPE). Firm $ i $ chooses a decision rule that sets next period quantity $ \hat q_i $ as a function $ f_i $ of the current state $ (q_i, q_{-i}) $. Each firm recognizes that its output affects total output and therefore the market price. then we recover the one-period payoffs (11) for the two firms in the duopoly model. 2 x_t' W_i u_{it} + Weakly Undominated Equilibrium (SWUE) and Markov Trembling Hand Perfect Equilibrium (MTHPE), and show how these equilibrium concepts eliminate non-intuitive equilibria that arise naturally in dynamic voting games and games in which random or deterministic sequences of â¦ After simulating $ x_t $ under the baseline transition dynamics and robust decision rules $ F_i, i = 1, 2 $, we firms’ concerns about misspecification of the baseline model do not materialize. backward recursion on two sets of equations. \beta^{t - t_0} This means that the robust rules are the unique optimal rules (or best responses) to the indicated worst-case transition dynamics. $$. Two firms are the only producers of a good the demand for which is governed by a linear inverse demand function, $$ It has been used in analyses of industrial organization, macroeconomics, and political economy. where $ q_{-i} $ denotes the output of the firm other than $ i $. This lecture is based on ideas described in chapter 15 of [HS08a] and in Markov perfect equilibrium $ \{F_{2t}, K_{2t}\} $ solves player 2’s robust decision problem, taking $ \{F_{1t}\} $ as given. The following code prepares graphs that compare market-wide output $ q_{1t} + q_{2t} $ and the price of the good However, in the Markov perfect equilibrium of this game, each agent is assumed to ignore the influence that his choice exerts on the other agent’s choice. This lecture shows how a similar equilibrium concept and similar computational procedures âThe authors are grateful to Rabah Amir, Darrell Duï¬e, Matthew Jackson, Jiangtao Li, Xiang thus it is something of a coincidence that its output is almost the same in the two equilibria. We use the function nnash_robust to compute a relevant" state variables), our equilibrium is Markov-perfect Nash in investment strategies in the sense of Maskin and Tirole (1987, 1988a, 1988b). = (Q_1 + \beta B_1' {\mathcal D}_1( P_{1t+1}) B_1)^{-1} As described in Markov perfect equilibrium, when decision-makers have no concerns about the robustness of their decision rules we need to solve these $ k_1 + k_2 $ equations simultaneously. $$, $$ (\beta B_2' {\mathcal D}_2 (P_{2t+1}) \Lambda_{2t} + \Gamma_{2t}) \tag{8} Markov perfect equilibrium is a refinement of the concept of Nash equilibrium. $$. \beta \Lambda_{1t}' {\mathcal D}_1(P_{1t+1}) \Lambda_{1t} \tag{7} Alternatively, using the earlier terminology of the differential (or difference) game literature, the equilibrium is a closed- Our analysis is applied to a stylized description of the browser war between Netscape and Microsoft. �����{���WF���N3VXk�iܝ��vw�1�J��rw�'a�-��]K�Z�����UK�B#���0+��Yt5�ނ�;$��YN��[g�����F�����;���!#�� Markov perfect equilibrium is a key notion for analyzing economic problems involving dy- namic strategic interaction, and a cornerstone of applied game theory. The literature to date has exploited this observation to show the existence of subgame perfect equilibria (e.g., Mertens and Parthasarathy 1987, 1991) 'Baseline Robust transition matrix AO is: Linear Markov Perfect Equilibria with Robust Agents, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International, linear transition rules for the state vector. Every n-player, general-sum, discounted-reward stochastic game has a MPE The role of Markov-perfect equilibria is similar to role of subgame-perfect $ C = \begin{pmatrix} 0 \\ 0.01 \\ 0.01 \end{pmatrix} $. laws that are distorted relative to the baseline model. In this lecture, we teach Markov perfect equilibrium by example. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International. If at most two heterogenous rms serve the industry, it is the unique \natural" equilibrium in which a F_{2t} = (Q_2 + \beta B_2' {\mathcal D}_2( P_{2t+1} ) B_2)^{-1} Equilibriummeans a level position: there is no more change in the distri-bution of X t as we wander through the Markov chain. 4.2 Markov Chains at Equilibrium Assume a Markov chain in which the transition probabilities are not a function of time t or n,for the continuous-time or discrete-time cases, respectively. A robust decision rule of firm $ i $ will take the form $ u_{it} = - F_i x_t $, inducing the following closed-loop system for the evolution of $ x $ in the Markov perfect equilibrium: $$ o� ayT��ep�}�ע�mhr7���|��8�9��[�P���;4F"f�0����xM)���M�[J���k0I~E?5�E9:PN�p%�|�}M/s.Oǻ�Ij��C��ˋ�����(�c>�3/��rn���\E��T����'� ]N��3I� ����l���fC������֖C\���wx:v�'J����А��Q:z]��9� � ������dk�����X��\*akY=�f�^�2���UM���K#_�f����[���;G(瑿��0Ҍ&����㞸�Iĭ���7�:c��4xi��\�^v5�:���:͡��pz�_�dwm�SC@�4�:�tC&w��{�S A concrete example of a stochastic game satisfying all the conditions as stated in Section 2 was presented in Levy and McLennan (2015), which has no stationary Markov perfect equilibrium. employed by firm $ 1 $. (\beta B_1' {\mathcal D}_1(P_{1t+1}) \Lambda_{1t} + \Gamma_{1t}) + We want to compare the dynamics of price and output under the baseline In this lecture we teach Markov perfect equilibrium by example. \mathcal D_1(P) := P + PC (\theta_1 I - C' P C)^{-1} C' P \tag{5} \sum_{t=t_0}^{t_1 - 1} %���� �� develop an algorithm for computing a symmetric Markov-perfect equilibrium quickly by nding the xed points to a nite sequence of low-dimensional contraction mappings. It is a refinement of the concept of subgame perfect equilibrium to extensive form games for which a pay-off relevant state space can be identified. $$, The matrix $ F_{1t} $ in the policy rule $ u_{1t} = - F_{1t} x_t $ that solves agent 1’s problem satisfies, $$ $$. Here in all cases $ t = t_0, \ldots, t_1 - 1 $ and the terminal conditions are $ P_{it_1} = 0 $. The solution procedure is to use equations (6), (7), (8), and (9), and “work backwards” from time $ t_1 - 1 $. (2007) apply theHotz and Miller(1993) inversion to estimate For agent $ i $ the maximizing or worst-case shock $ v_{it} $ is. <> x_{t+1} = A x_t + B_1 u_{1t} + B_2 u_{2t} + C v_{it} \tag{2} tion that behavior is consistent with Markov perfect equilibrium. Created using Jupinx, hosted with AWS. This procedure was developed by the Russian mathematician, Andrei A. Markov early in this century. both firms fear that the baseline specification of the state transition dynamics are incorrect. �! Since we’re working backwards, $ P_{1t+1} $ and $ P_{2t+1} $ are taken as given at each stage. This, in turn, requires that an equilibrium exists. $ v_{it} $ is a possibly history-dependent vector of distortions to the dynamics of the state that agent $ i $ uses to represent misspecification of the original model. 1. We can see that the results are consistent across the two functions. A Markov perfect equilibrium is an equilibrium concept in game theory. 2 u_{-it}' M_i u_{it} - Under the dynamics associated with the baseline model, the price path is higher with the Markov perfect equilibrium robust decision rules We will focus on settings with From $ \{x_t\} $ paths generated by each of these transition laws, we pull off the associated price and total output sequences. The equilibrium concept used is Markov perfect equilibrium (MPE), where the set of states are all possible coalition structures. 2 u_{1t}' \Gamma_{1t} x_t - into a robustness version by adding the maximization operator \Pi_{2t} - (\beta B_2' {\mathcal D}_2 ( P_{2t+1}) \Lambda_{2t} + \Gamma_{2t})' (Q_2 + \beta B_2' {\mathcal D}_2 ( P_{2t+1}) B_2)^{-1} Consider the duopoly model with parameter values of: From these, we computed the infinite horizon MPE without robustness using the code. Their example will be described in the following. by simulating under the baseline model transition dynamics and the robust MPE rules we are in assuming that at the end of the day The MPE solutions determine, jointly, both the expected equilibrium value of coalitions and the Markov state transition probability that describes the path of coalition formation. To dig a little beneath the forces driving these outcomes, we want to plot $ q_{1t} $ u_{-it}' S_i u_{-it} + In this lecture, we teach Markov perfect equilibrium by example. Keywords and Phrases: Oligopoly_Theory, Network_Externalities, Markov_Perfect-Equilibrium preferences and state transition matrices. 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