Rubenstein''s model in Game theory, Microeconomics

What is Rubenstein''s model in Game theory?

A Rubinstein bargaining model is mainly refers to class of bargaining games which is main feature of alternating offers through an infinite time horizon and the original proof is because of to Ariel Rubinstein in a 1982 paper. For a long time before, the solution to this type of game questions was a mystery and therefore Rubinstein''s solution is one of the most influential findings in game theory.
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