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52See Dutta and Sen 1991c for more on the necessary and su cient conditions for Bayesian implementation. 53See also Matsushima 1993. 54Other natural extensions of complete information implementation to incomplete information set49 39 generalization, but instead several. This is due to the variety of alternative formulations of sequential rationality under incomplete information. In particular, varying assumptions about how individuals update beliefs o the equilibrium path results in alternative solution concepts to be used in implementation.
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