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Economics 467
Spring 2010
Karl Dunz
Problem Set 2
due Wednesday February 24
You are encouraged to work in groups on these problems; however, you must turn in
your own work, not a copy of what the group has done. Also, I will not accept any late
assignments since I will post answers to these problems shortly after the due date.
1. [3 points] Describe all of the Nash equilibrium for problem 3(c) of problem set #1.
2. [3 points] Describe all of the Nash equilibria for problem 3(e) of problem set #1.
3. [3 points] Describe all of the Nash equilibria for problem 4(b) of problem set #1.
4. [8 points] Consider two travelers who have lost their luggage on a lowcost bus trip. The
bus operator agrees to reimburse them (although they are under no obligation to do
so). However, the bus operator does not just ask the travelers how much their luggage
was worth. That would be no fun. Instead each traveler must state a claim between
$80 and $200. Each traveler does this independently and without knowing the amount
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2010 for the course ECON 467 taught by Professor Dunz during the Spring '10 term at Washington University in St. Louis.
 Spring '10
 Dunz
 Economics, Game Theory

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