The University of Chicago Press
Part I describes the framework of the model. Part II discusses the domination of psychological effects by tangible variables, which is the basis for comparative statics. Part III explains the table of predictions, and Part IV applies the predictions to externalities and rules for real-locating payoffs from trial. There is little mathematics in the text. The mathematical reader can refer to the Appendix for a brief presentation of our model, or to a companion paper on file with this Journal which develops the mathematics at length.
Robert Cooter, Stephen G. Marks & Robert Mnookin,
Bargaining in the Shadow of the Law: A Testable Model of Strategic Behavior
The Journal of Legal Studies
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