A remark on the measurability of large games
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A game with a continuum of players is described by a function assigning payoff functions to players and satisfying some measurability properties. In this note we establish the equivalence between several measurability assumptions that have been made in the literature.
KeywordsGames with a continuum of players Measurability
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