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Title:Game theory PDF Logo
Authors:Rosenmüller, Joachim
Trockel, Walter
Issue Date:2001
Series/Report no.:Working papers // Institute of Mathematical Economics 321
Abstract:Game Theory describes human interaction involving conflict, cooperation and competition, the term Interpersonal Decision Theory is synonymous. The term reflects the fact that most essential features of this field are manifested in parlor games. This topic-level treatment covers large parts of the basic concepts and methods and sketches some fields of recent applications. The simultaneous occurrence of strategic, stochastic and dynamic phenomena, the fundamental role of epistemic aspects like knowledge and information and the impact of institutional and organizational structures make game theoretic analysis a highly complex task.
Aumann economy
axiomatic approach
balanced games
bargaining solution
coalitional form
convex games
cooperative game
coordination game
cost sharing
directed games
equivalence principle
exchange economy
extensive form
evolutionary stability
fictitious play
game form
homogeneous games
incentive compatible
Kalai-Smorodinsky solution
LP-game, Maschler-Perles solution
Nash equilibrium
Nash solution
normal form
outcome function
payoff function
reduced games
repeated games
revelation principle
Shapley value
simple games
social choice rule
vNM-Stable Set
voting games
Walrasian equilibrium
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Working Papers, Center for Mathematical Economics (IMW), Bielefeld University

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