Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 1
Due exceptionally on: Tu. 10/01/26
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
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1. Two players alternate in choosing either 0 or 1 forever. A play of this innite game
can therefore be identied with a seque
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 5
Due on: Tue. 10/03/23
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
1. Widget consumers are located with uniform density along a single street of length l. Each
consumer has a need for at most one widget. A
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 8
Due on: Tue. 10/04/13
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
1. Consider the electronic mail game as described in the lecture notes.
a. Suppose that the informed player 1 can send a message to player
Econ 156B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Final Exam
Sat. 10/04/19
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
The exam lasts 120 minutes, plus an additional 30 minutes in which you are not
allowed to break new ground. Notes and calculators are allowed, but la
Lecture Notes
ECON 351: Introduction to Game Theory
Spring, 2014
Last updated: January 8, 2014
Zvika Neeman
1
1.1
Strategic Form Games
Single-person decision making
One player facing uncertainty about Nature. Say the player chooses an element a A and
Natu
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 2
Due on: Mon. 10/02/02
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
1. Player 1 can choose l or r at the rst move in a game G. If he chooses l, a chance
move selects L with probability p or R with probabili
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 6
Due on: Mon. 03/30/10
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
1. Consider the following three person game. Player 1 chooses rows, player 2 chooses columns,
and player 3 chooses the matrix.
1, 1, 1 0,
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 4
Due on: Tue. 10/02/16
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
1. Consider the following normal-form game.
U
M
D
L
0, 0
4, 5
5, 4
M
5, 4
0, 0
4, 5
R
4, 5
5, 4
0, 0
(a) Solve for the Nash equilibrium of
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Final Exam
10/04/09
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
The exam lasts 120 minutes, plus an additional 30 minutes in which you are not allowed to
break new ground. There are six questions. Questions have equal
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 7
Due on: Tue. 04/06/10
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
1. (from Binmore) It is common knowledge that Gino and Polly always tell the truth. The
state space is = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Th
Econ 351B, Yale University
Mathematical Game Theory
Problem Set 3
Due on: Tue. 09/02/02
Instructor: Johannes Hrner
o
1. Consider the following game, in which player 1 chooses rows, player 2 chooses
columns, and player 3 chooses matrices. We only indicate