Game Theory: A Modeling Approach quickly moves readers through the fundamental ideas of the subject to enable them to engage in creative modeling projects based on game theoretic concepts.
The authors match conclusions to real-world scenarios and applications. The text engages students in active learning, group work, in-class discussions and interactive simulations.
Each chapter provides foundation pieces or adds more features to help readers build game theoretic models. The chapters include definitions, concepts and illustrative examples. The text will engage and challenge both undergraduate and graduate students.
INTRODUCTION TO MODELING
INTRODUCTION TO GAME THEORY
EXAMPLES OF GAMES
BARGAINING IN STRATEGIC GAMES
SUBGAME PERFECT EQUILIBRIA
ROMANS AND GERMANS
BARGAINING GAMES WITH PRIVATE INFORMATION
REPEATED SOCIAL DILEMMAS
EVOLUTIONARY GAME THEORY
RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROBLEM
BARGAINING AND COALITION MODELS
COMPLETE AND INCOMPLETE INFORMATION MODELS