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Titel: Game Theory for Applied Economists
Autor/en: Robert Gibbons

ISBN: 0691003955
EAN: 9780691003955
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Sprache: Englisch.
PRINCETON UNIV PR

August 1992 - kartoniert - 288 Seiten

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<TR>1Static Games of Complete Information1<TR>1.1Basic Theory: Narmal-Form Games and Nash Equilibrium2<TR>1.1.ANormal-Form Representation of Games2<TR>1.1.BIterated Elimination of Strictly Dominated Strategies4<TR>1.1.CMotivation and Definition of Nash Equilibriuin8<TR>1.2Applications14<TR>1.2.ACournot Model of Duopoly14<TR>1.2.BBertrand Model of Duopoly21<TR>1.2.CFinal-Offer Arbitration22<TR>1.2.DThe Problem of the Commons27<TR>1.3Advanced Theory: Mixed Strategies and Existence of Equilibriutn29<TR>1.3.AMixed Strategies29<TR>1.3.BExistence of Nash Equilibrium33<TR>2Dynamic Games of Complete Information55<TR>2.1Dynamic Games of Complete and Perfect Information57<TR>2.1.ATheory: Backwards Induction57<TR>2.1.BStackelberg Model of Duopoly61<TR>2.1.CWages and Employment in a Unionized Firm64<TR>2.1.DSequential Bargaining68<TR>2.2Two-Stage Games of Complete but Imperfect Information71<TR>2.2.ATheory: Subgame Perfection71<TR>2.2.BBank Runs73<TR>2.2.CTariffs and Imperfect International Competition75<TR>2.2.DTournaments79<TR>2.3Repeated Games82<TR>2.3.ATheory: Two-Stage Repeated Games82<TR>2.3.BTheory: Infinitely Repeated Games88<TR>2.3.CCollusion between Cournot Duopolists102<TR>2.3.DEfficiency Wages107<TR>2.3.ETime-Consistent Monetary Policy112<TR>2.4Dynamic Games of Complete but Imperfect Information115<TR>2.4.AExtensive-Form Representation of Games115<TR>2.4.BSubgame-Perfect Nash Equilibriuin122<TR>3Static Games of Incomplete Information143<TR>3.1Theory: Static Bayesian Ganies and Bayesian Nash Equilibrium144<TR>3.1.AAn Example: Cournot Competition under Asymmetric Information144<TR>3.1.BNormal-Form Representation of Static Bayesian Games146<TR>3.1.CDefinition of Bayesian Nash Equilibrium149<TR>3.2Applications152<TR>3.2.AMixed Strategies Revisited152<TR>3.2.BAn Auction155<TR>3.2.CA Double Auction158<TR>3.3The Revelation Principle164<TR>4Dynamic Games of Incomplete Information173<TR>4.1Introduction to Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium175<TR>4.2Signaling Games183<TR>4.2.APerfect Bayesian Equilibrium in Signaling Games183<TR>4.2.BJob-Market Signaling190<TR>4.2.CCorporate Investment and Capital Structure205<TR>4.2.DMonetary Policy208<TR>4.3Other Applications of Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium210<TR>4.3.ACheap-Talk Games210<TR>4.3.BSequential Bargaining under Asymmetric Information218<TR>4.3.CReputation in the Finitely Repeated Prisoners' Dilemnia224<TR>4.4Refinements of Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium233<TR>Index257

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