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11 May 2014

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2014): Choice of strategic variables under relative profit maximization in asymmetric oligopoly: non-equivalence of price strategy and quantity strategy. Published in: Economics and Business Letters

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2014): Irrelevance of conjectural variation in duopoly under relative profit maximization and consistent conjectures.

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2014): Relative profit maximization and Bertrand equilibrium with quadratic cost functions. Published in:

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2014): Relative profit maximization in asymmetric oligopoly: Cournot and Bertrand equilibria.

Tanaka, Yasuhito and Satoh, Atsuhiro (2014): A constructive analysis of convex-valued demand correspondence for weakly uniformly rotund and monotonic preference. Published in:

17 May 2014

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2014): Relative profit maximization and equivalence of Cournot and Bertrand equilibria in asymmetric duopoly. Published in: Economics Bulletin , Vol. 34, No. 2 (2014): pp. 819-827.

27 July 2014

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2014): Relative profit maximization in asymmetric oligopoly. Published in: Economics Bulletin , Vol. 34, No. 3 (27 July 2014): pp. 1653-1664.

17 March 2015

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2015): Relative profit maximization and the choice of strategic variables in duopoly. Forthcoming in: Keio Economic Studies

3 May 2015

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2015): Free entry oligopoly, Cournot, Bertrand and relative profit maximization. Forthcoming in: International Journal of Business and Economics

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2015): Relative profit maximization in duopoly: difference or ratio. Forthcoming in: International Journal of Business and Economics

1 January 2016

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2016): Choice of strategic variables by relative profit maximizing firms in oligopoly. Published in: Economic Review (経済研究)

20 August 2016

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2016): Two person zero-sum game with two sets of strategic variables.

28 December 2016

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2016): Symmetric multi-person zero-sum game with two sets of strategic variables.

21 January 2017

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2017): Maximin and minimax strategies in symmetric multi-players game with two strategic variables.

Tanaka, Yasuhito and Satoh, Atsuhiro (2017): Maximin and minimax strategies in two-players game with two strategic variables.

26 December 2017

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2017): Sion's minimax theorem and Nash equilibrium of symmetric multi-person zero-sum game.

13 February 2018

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2018): Sion's minimax theorem and Nash equilibrium of symmetric multi-person zero-sum game.

24 March 2018

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2018): Sion's minimax theorem and Nash equilibrium of symmetric three-players zero-sum game.

26 March 2018

Hattori, Masahiko and Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2018): Minimax theorem and Nash equilibrium of symmetric three-players zero-sum game with two strategic variables.

9 June 2018

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2018): The equivalence of mini-max theorem and existence of Nash equilibrium in asymmetric three-players zero-sum game with two groups.

13 September 2018

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2018): Nash equilibrium in asymmetric multi-players zero-sum game with two strategic variables and only one alien.

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2018): On zero-sum game formulation of non zero-sum game.

Satoh, Atsuhiro and Tanaka, Yasuhito (2018): Sion's mini-max theorem and Nash equilibrium in a multi-players game with two groups which is zero-sum and symmetric in each group.

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