Supplement to "Persuasion of a Privately Informed Receiver"

In this Appendix, we allow the receiver to make a choice among multiple actions. We characterize the implementable receiver's interim utilities and show that the sender can generally implement a strictly larger set of the receiver's interim utilities by persuasion mechanisms than by experiments. We also formulate the sender's optimization problem and show that the sender can achieve a strictly higher expected utility by persuasion mechanisms than by experiments.

Supplemental Authors: 
Kolotilin, Anton - UNSW Australia
Mylovanov, Tymofiy - Kyiv School of Economics
Zapechelnyuk, Andy - University of St Andrews
Li, Ming - Concordia University
Online Appendix

Back