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Game Theory in Action : An Introduction to Classical and Evolutionary Models

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Game Theory in Action : An Introduction to Classical and Evolutionary Models
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Game Theory in Action
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An Introduction to Classical and Evolutionary Models
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Game Theory in Action : An Introduction to Classical and Evolutionary Models
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Game Theory in Action : An Introduction to Classical and Evolutionary Models
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  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface and acknowledgments -- Chapter 1. Backward induction -- 1.1 Tony's Accident -- 1.2 Games in extensive form with complete information -- 1.3 Strategies -- 1.4 Backward induction -- 1.5 Big Monkey and Little Monkey 1 -- 1.6 Threats, promises, commitments -- 1.7 Ultimatum Game -- 1.8 Rosenthal's Centipede Game -- 1.9 Continuous games -- 1.10 Stackelberg's model of duopoly 1 -- 1.11 Stackelberg's model of duopoly 2 -- 1.12 Backward induction for finite horizon games -- 1.13 Critique of backward induction -- 1.14 Problems -- Chapter 2. Eliminating dominated strategies -- 2.1 Prisoner's Dilemma -- 2.2 Games in normal form -- 2.3 Dominated strategies -- 2.4 Israelis and Palestinians -- 2.5 Global Warming -- 2.6 Hagar's Battles -- 2.7 Second-price auctions -- 2.8 Iterated elimination of dominated strategies -- 2.9 The Battle of the Bismarck Sea -- 2.10 Normal form of a game in extensive form with complete information -- 2.11 Big Monkey and Little Monkey 2 -- 2.12 Backward induction -- 2.13 Critique of elimination of dominated strategies -- 2.14 Problems -- Chapter 3. Nash equilibria -- 3.1 Big Monkey and Little Monkey 3 and the definition of Nash equilibria -- 3.2 Finding Nash equilibria by inspection: Important examples -- 3.3 Water Pollution 1 -- 3.4 Arguing over Marbles -- 3.5 Tobacco Market -- 3.6 Iterated elimination of dominated strategies -- 3.7 Big Monkey and Little Monkey 4 -- 3.8 Finding Nash equilibria using best response -- 3.9 Big Monkey and Little Monkey 5 -- 3.10 Water Pollution 2 -- 3.11 Cournot's model of duopoly -- 3.12 Problems -- Chapter 4. Games in extensive form with incomplete information -- 4.1 Utility functions and lotteries -- 4.2 Buying Fire Insurance -- 4.3 Games in extensive form with incomplete information -- 4.4 Buying a Used Car
  • 4.5 The Travails of Boss Gorilla 1 -- 4.6 Cuban Missile Crisis -- 4.7 Problems -- Chapter 5. Mixed strategy Nash equilibria -- 5.1 Mixed strategy Nash equilibria -- 5.2 Tennis -- 5.3 Other ways to find mixed strategy Nash equilibria -- 5.4 One-card Two-round Poker -- 5.5 Two-player zero-sum games -- 5.6 The Ultimatum Minigame -- 5.7 Colonel Blotto vs. the People's Militia -- 5.8 Water Pollution 3 -- 5.9 Equivalent games -- 5.10 Software for computing Nash equilibria -- 5.11 Critique of Nash equilibrium -- 5.12 Problems -- Chapter 6. More about games in extensive form with complete information -- 6.1 Subgame perfect Nash equilibria -- 6.2 Big Monkey and Little Monkey 6 -- 6.3 Subgame perfect equilibria and backward induction -- 6.4 Duels and Truels -- 6.5 The Rubinstein bargaining model -- 6.6 Discount factor and repeated games -- 6.7 The Wine Merchant and the Connoisseur -- 6.8 The Folk Theorem -- 6.9 Maximum value of a function -- 6.10 The Samaritan's Dilemma -- 6.11 The Rotten Kid Theorem -- 6.12 Problems -- Chapter 7. Symmetries of games -- 7.1 Interchangeable players -- 7.2 Reporting a Crime -- 7.3 Sex Ratio 1 -- 7.4 Other symmetries of games -- 7.5 Problems -- Chapter 8. Alternatives to the Nash equilibrium -- 8.1 Correlated equilibrium -- 8.2 Epistemic game theory -- 8.3 Evolutionary stability -- 8.4 Evolutionary stability with two pure strategies -- 8.5 Sex Ratio 2 -- 8.6 Problems -- Chapter 9. Differential equations -- 9.1 Differential equations and scientific laws -- 9.2 The phase line -- 9.3 Vector fields -- 9.4 Functions and differential equations -- 9.5 Linear differential equations -- 9.6 Linearization -- Chapter 10. Evolutionary dynamics -- 10.1 Replicator system -- 10.2 Microsoft vs. Apple -- 10.3 Evolutionary dynamics with two pure strategies -- 10.4 Hawks and Doves revisited -- 10.5 Side-blotched Lizards
  • 10.6 Equilibria of the replicator system -- 10.7 Cooperators, Defectors, and Tit-for-Tatters -- 10.8 Dominated strategies and the replicator system -- 10.9 Asymmetric evolutionary games -- 10.10 Big Monkey and Little Monkey 7 -- 10.11 Hawks and Doves with Unequal Value -- 10.12 The Ultimatum Minigame revisited -- 10.13 Problems -- Appendix. Sources for examples and problems -- References -- Index
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