Strategy : an introduction to game theory
By: Watson, Joel.Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi : Viva Books, ©2010Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xvii, 404 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9788130915999.Subject(s): Game theory | Economics -- Psychological aspects | Strategic planningOnline resources: Table of contents only
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|REF 330.0151 GRE-E Econometric analysis||REF 330.0151 GUJ-B Basic econometrics||REF 330.0151 SYD-M Mathematics for economic analysis||REF 330.019 WAT-S Strategy :||REF 330.019 WIL-I An introduction to behavioral economics||REF 330.0724 KAG-H The handbook of experimental economics (vol. 2)||REF 330.973 FRI-O Outline of the U.S. economy|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The extensive form -- Strategies and the normal form -- Beliefs, mixed strategies, and expected payoffs -- General assumptions and methodology -- Dominance and best response -- Rationalizability and iterated dominance -- Location and partnership -- Nash equilibrium -- Oligopoly, tariffs, crime, and voting -- Mixed-strategy Nash equilibrium -- Strictly competitive games and security strategies -- Contract, law, and enforcement in static settings -- Details of the extensive form -- Backward induction and subgame perfection -- Topics in industrial organization -- Parlor games -- Bargaining problems -- Analysis of simple bargaining games -- Games with joint decisions; negotiation equilibrium -- Unverifiable investment, hold up, options, and ownership -- Repeated games and reputation -- Collusion, trade agreements, and goodwill -- Random events and incomplete information -- Risk and incentives in contracting -- Bayesian nash equilibrium and rationalizability -- Lemons, auctions, and information aggregation -- Perfect Bayesian equilibrium -- Job-market signaling and reputation.