Game theory with economic applications /

This text looks at game theory and uses it as a tool to enable people to make strategic decisions. A lucid presentation of the theory is given, followed by application chapters emphasising the practical aspects of game theory.

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Autor principal: Bierman, H. Scott
Otros Autores: Fernandez, Luis Florentin
Formato: Libro
Lenguaje:Inglés
Publicado: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1998.
Edición:2nd ed.
Colección:Addison-Wesley series in economics.
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245 1 0 |a Game theory with economic applications /  |c H. Scott Bierman, Luis Fernandez. 
250 |a 2nd ed. 
260 |a Reading, Mass. :  |b Addison-Wesley,  |c c1998. 
300 |a xxi, 452 p. :  |b ill. ;  |c 24 cm. 
440 0 |a Addison-Wesley series in economics. 
504 |a Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice. 
505 0 |a Introduction -- pt. 1. Decision Theory -- 1. Making Optimal Decisions -- 2. Choosing among Lotteries -- 3. Using Information -- pt. 2. Games with Perfect Information -- 4. The Elements of a Game -- 5. Nash Equilibrium I -- 6. Bargaining -- 7. Involuntary Unemployment -- 8. Insurance -- 9. Patents and Product Variety -- 10. Consistent Macroeconomic Policy -- pt. 3. Games with Simultaneous Moves -- 11. Nash Equilibrium II -- 12. The Coase Theorem -- 13. Cournot and Betrand Duopoly -- 14. Voting Paradoxes -- 15. The Use of Common Resources -- 16. Strategic Trade Policy -- pt. 4. Games with Private Information -- 17. Bayesian Equilibrium -- 18. Limit Pricing -- 19. Adverse Selection and Credit Rationing -- 20. Strikes and Other Bargaining Breakdowns -- 21. Corporate Takeovers and Greenmail -- 22. Public Goods and Preference Revelation -- pt. 5. Repeated Games -- 23. Subgame-Perfect Equilibrium -- 24. Cartel Enforcement -- 25. Durable Goods and Monopoly Power. 
520 |a This text looks at game theory and uses it as a tool to enable people to make strategic decisions. A lucid presentation of the theory is given, followed by application chapters emphasising the practical aspects of game theory. 
650 0 |a Game theory. 
650 0 |a Decision making. 
700 1 |a Fernandez, Luis Florentin.