Lecture Details :
We introduce the idea of a sub game perfect Nas Equilibrium analyzing the entry deterrence game as a simultaneous game. Looked at this way there turn out to be several Nash Equilibria...not all of which are "reasonable". The latter part of the class introduces a simple card game as we begin a new section on games of imperfect information. 2008 does a better job on this topic.
Original mp4's of this video and other resources related to the lectures from my introductory game theory course at the University of Canterbury , Econ 223, can be obtained at http://uctv.canterbury.ac.nz/modules/journal/journalview.php?space_key=4&module_key=135&link_key=139&group_key=0
You'll also find the 2008 lectures - better in some respect - but only 16 out of 22 are edited.
Course Description :
course in introductory game theory.
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