Problem Set 2 Solutions
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414 0301
Spring 2015
Exercise 1
1) In the first round of IESDS, we can eliminate strategies F and G from player 1 (the
Problem Set 3 Solutions
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414 0301
Summer 2015
Exercise 1
1) In the first round of IESDS, we can eliminate strategies F and G from player 1 (the
Problem Set 1
Due date: September 9, 2015
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414 0101
Fall 2015
Exercise 1 Express the following games in strategic form:
P1
A
B
P2
C
(1, 2)
D
P2
Game Theory (econ 414)
Problem Set 1: Modelling Games and Eliminating the Impossible
Relevant reading: Harrington chapters 1-3 and lectures 1-5.
Due date: Feb 12th.
Instructions (read these carefully
Problem Set 5
Due date: October 28, 2015
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414
Fall 2015
Exercise 1 (Exercise extracted from MWG) There are n firms in an industry, indexed by
i
Problem Set 4
Due date: October 7, 2015
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414
Summer 2015
Exercise 1 Solve the following game by backwards induction:
P1
A
B
P2
C
(1, 2)
P2
D
E
Problem Set 4 Solutions
Econ414
Fall 2015
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Exercise 1 At the last nodes, we can see that it is an optimal decision for player 2 to choose
E (in the
Problem Set 2
Due date: September 16, 2015
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414 0101
Fall 2015
Exercise 1 Find the set of rationalizable strategies for the following games:
Pl
University of Maryland
ECON414 - Summer 2015
Solution to Midterm Exam
Instructor: Gustavo Q. Saraiva
Question 1 (1.50)
a) For player 2, a4 is strictly dominated by a1 . Once a4 is eliminated, b4 is st
University of Maryland
ECON414 - Fall 2017
Solution to Final Exam
Instructor: Gustavo Q. Saraiva
Question 1 a) Taking q2 as given, firm 1 chooses q1 so as to maximize:
max(20 2(q1 + q2 )q1 2q1 .
q1
Ta
Problem Set 1
ECON 414
Spring, 2018
1. Answer Problem 5 on page 89 in Harrington.
2. Answer Problem 10 on page 91 in Harrington.
3. Answer Problem 11 on page 91 in Harrington.
4. Does the game below h
Econ 326 Summer I 2014
Lecture 1: Calculus Review
Ernest Koh
Microeconomics is the study of how agents make decisions and interact
in markets. Most economists use models to explain real world phenomen
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Creative Process: Site Specific Choreography:
For this project my group; Saron, Abigail and I chose a site between the Stamp Union, the
general bus stop and the Ny
Hafeez Adeniyi-Adeoye
113678028
Cap and trade is the most environmentally and economically sensible approach to controlling
greenhouse gas emissions, the primary driver of global warming.
The "cap" se
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AASP 200
Aspects of Early African History
Since the end of the Second World War in 1945, old myths about the dark continent have been
discredited by various historians whose inte
Problem Set 1 Solutions
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414
Spring 2018
Exercise 1 We can express either player 1 as the column player or as the row player, as
long as we kee
Econometrics II 2018S
Econ 423
Richard Stahnke
University of Maryland
Problem Set #4
(Due: Wednesday 2/28/18 at the start of class)
Note: Late problem sets will not be accepted.
You may turn in proble
Problem Set 4
Due date: Jan 18, 2018
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414
Winter 2018
*Solve all of the starred questions*
*Exercise 1 Suppose 2 firms play the following simul
ECON414 - Sample Final Exam - Fall 2015
Name:
Part 1: Choose 3 of the following 5 problems
1. Consider the following strategic game. Ben and Daisy are trying to decide
whether to eat dinner at Bens fa
Econometrics II 2018S
Econ 423
Richard Stahnke
University of Maryland
Problem Set #3
(Due: Wednesday 2/21/17 at the start of class)
Note: Late problem sets will not be accepted.
You may turn in proble
Econometrics II 2018S
Econ 423
Richard Stahnke
University of Maryland
Problem Set #2
(Due: Wednesday 2/14/17 at the start of class)
Note: Late problem sets will not be accepted.
You may turn in proble
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Problem Set 1
Due date: Feb 5, 2018
Instructor.: Gustavo Q Saraiva
University of Maryland
Econ414
Fall 2017
Exercise 1 Express the following games in strategic form:
P1
A
B
P2
C
(1, 2)
D
P2
E
(1, 1)
F