# On discrete preferences and coordinationEI

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An active line of research has considered games played on networks in which payoffs depend on both a player's individual decision and also the decisions of his or her neighbors. Such games have been used to model issues including the formation of opinions (in which people wish to express views consistent with those of their friends) and technology adoption (in which people or firms seek compatibility with their network neighbors). A basic question that has remained largely open in this area is to consider games where the strategies av...更多

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