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nobel:contribution Developed implementation theory, a theory for achieving particular social or economic goals. An important problem is that a mechanism typically admits multiple equilibria. Even if the best outcome is possible to achieve other inferior solutions may exist. Maskin was first to develop conditions under which all equilibria are optimal. (en)
nobel:field microeconomics (en)
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rdfs:label Economic Sciences 2007, Eric S. Maskin
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nobel:motivation "for having laid the foundations of mechanism design theory" (en)
nobel:share 3
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