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I was just wondering if there are global equivariant versions of such constructions, and came across a wiki some homotopy theorists were running – Problems in homotopy theory. Not too many pages, but there is at Equivariant homotopy theory
Abrams-Kriz works only for finite abelian groups, mostly because they have good duals. Is there a good notion of global equivariant formal group laws, in the fashion on Bohmann and Schwede? Does it good interpretation algebraically (Is there a Lazard object?) or homotopically?
(S. Schwede) In global equivariant homotopy theory, the role of complex bordism is the universal “globally complex oriented theory”; the coefficients of global complex bordism have a very rich algebraic structure (global power functor with Euler classes). What is the universal property that the coefficients enjoy?
What about equivariant elliptic formal group laws? I don’t see these discussed anywhere.
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