In this paper we apply the model of coopetitive game (in the sense recently introduced by David Carfì) to Economic Policy and in particular to the crisis of the Euro zone (as already done in some published articles). The crisis within the Euro area has become frequent during 2010 and 2011. First was the Greek economy to face a default problem of its sovereign debt, in November it was Ireland who has been in a serious nancial situation at the verge of collapse causing diculties to the euro. In this contribution we focus also on the Greek crisis and we suggest, through a coopetitive game model conceived at a macro level, feasible solutions in a cooperative perspective, taking account of the divergent interests which drive the economic policies in Germany and Greece. We conduct a deep study of the particular model proposed, namely, for the analysis we conduct a complete study of the game - in the sense introduced and already applied by D. Carfì.

Coopetitive Games in Economic Policy

CARFI', David;SCHILIRO', Daniele
2011

Abstract

In this paper we apply the model of coopetitive game (in the sense recently introduced by David Carfì) to Economic Policy and in particular to the crisis of the Euro zone (as already done in some published articles). The crisis within the Euro area has become frequent during 2010 and 2011. First was the Greek economy to face a default problem of its sovereign debt, in November it was Ireland who has been in a serious nancial situation at the verge of collapse causing diculties to the euro. In this contribution we focus also on the Greek crisis and we suggest, through a coopetitive game model conceived at a macro level, feasible solutions in a cooperative perspective, taking account of the divergent interests which drive the economic policies in Germany and Greece. We conduct a deep study of the particular model proposed, namely, for the analysis we conduct a complete study of the game - in the sense introduced and already applied by D. Carfì.
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