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Economics 416, Game Theory Ying Chen, Spring 2010 Games and applications The following is an almost complete list of the games and applications that we have discussed so far in class. The grade game (sel f sh vs sel f sh; sel f sh vs nonsel f sh . ..) Prisoners’ dilemma Guess 2 3 of the average number game Location game (choose location on the beach; politics application — me- dian voter theorem) Partnership e f ort game (choose e f orts, share pro f ts) Battle of the sexes Investor coordination game (more investors, more returns) Civil unrest Sneetches’ bellies game Cournot competition Bertrand competition Linear city with di f erentiated products Rock-Paper-Scissors Entry into a new market game (some f rms mix, some f rms do not mix) Aud itgame(IRSvstaxpayers) Venture capitalist and entrepreneur game (discussion on collateral as well) Burning the boats (burn then run away or not) Stackelberg competition Nim Entry (enter or not, f ght or not) Centipede
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2010 for the course ECN 416 taught by Professor Y.chen during the Spring '10 term at ASU.

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