ECON0106/2214 Games and Decisions
Tutorial 2 - Simultaneous Games
Q1. Textbook Ch4 S4 (c), U4, S2 (c) & (d)
Solve the following games by checking for dominant strategies, successive
elimination of dominated strategies and using minimax method.
Column
Left
ECON0106/2214 Games and Decisions
Tutorial 3 - Simultaneous Games
Q1. Textbook Ch5 U8
Intel and AMD, the primary producers of computer central processing units (CPU),
compete with one another in the mid-range chip category (among other categories).
Assume
Application of Game Theory
Introduction
I will attempt to incorporate game theory into the gender-theory and gender-relations
to see why girls are easier to get angry than boys and why girls use emotional
blackmail more often. Firstly I will try to explai
The University of Hong Kong
Faculty of Business and Economics
School of Economics and Finance
ECON0106 Games and Decisions
ECON2214 Games and decision
Fall 2013
Instructor: Stephen Ching
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 2857 8504
Oce: KK1013
Oce Hours: 15:3
Standards of Assessment
A+, A, A (High distinction) Strong evidence of superb ability to fulll the intended learning outcomes of the course at all levels of learning:
describe, apply, evaluate, and synthesize
B+, B, B (Distinction) Strong evidence of the
ECON0106/2214 Games and Decisions
Tutorial 1 - Sequential Games
Q1. In each of the following games:
a) Count and list all the pure strategies for each player
b) Find out the equilibrium path and subgame perfect equilibrium.
Q2. (Modified version of Textbo
ECON0106/2214 Games and Decisions
Tutorial 5 Mixed Strategies
Q1. Textbook Ch8 U3
a) Find all pure-strategy Nash equilibrium of this game.
Column
A
C
D
1
1,1
2,2
3,4
9,3
2
Row
B
2,5
3,3
1,2
7,1
b) Now Row plays mixed-strategy with probability p of choosin
ECON0106/2214 Games and Decisions
Tutorial 4 Mixed Strategies
Q1. Textbook Ch7 S7
COLUMN
Left
Up
2,1
-1,4
Down
ROW
Right
0,3
3,2
a) Find the pure-strategy Nash equilibrium of this game.
b) Now suppose Row has 3 more strategies by playing randomly and choo
ECON0106/2214 Games and Decisions
Tutorial 9 Evolutionary Games
and Uncertainty and Information
Q1. Textbook Ch13 S7
There are two types of racers tortoises and hares who race against one another in
randomly drawn pairs. In this world, hares beat tortoise