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Ec1052: Introduction to Game Theory Handout 7 Harvard University 19 March 2004 Cheat Sheet for Midterm This handout summarizes what you have to know for the midterm in Econ 1052. Lecture I-II: Decision Theory axioms of decision theory lotteries proof of expected utility theorem puzzles Lecture III: IDSDS You should feel comfortable with solving games through iterated deletion. You should know that deletion of weakly dominated strategies depends on the order of deletion. Lecture IV: Knowledge information partition, knowledge function both definition of common knowledge proof that both definitions are equivalent You should be able to identify if an event is common knowledge between two players using either of the two definitions. Lecture V: Nash Equilibrium Proof that any NE s * survives IDSDS. Concept of a BR function (Cournot) and the BR correspondence. Various games (Bertrand, Battle of the Sexes etc.) and their Nash solu-
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2010 for the course 412 002 taught by Professor Dingli during the Spring '10 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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