Econ 171 Introduction to Game Theory Homework Problems #2 These problems are intended to supplement the in-class lectures (as well as give you exposure to the types of problems you will see on the midterms and nal exams). They will not be collected or gra
Econ 171 Introduction to Game Theory Midterm #2 This test contains three problems. Each part of each question is worth 10 points for a maximum of 100 points. Answer all questions (showing your work where necessary). You have 75 minutes to complete the tes
Econ 171 Introduction to Game Theory Homework Problems #1 These problems are intended to supplement the in-class lectures (as well as give you exposure to the types of problems you will see on the midterms and nal exams). They will not be collected or gra
Econ 171 Introduction to Game Theory Homework Problems #3 Princess and Frog Signaling Game
1. Once upon a time a signaling game was played between a princess and a frog. The frog was the Sender and the princess the Receiver. He could either say he was a "
Econ 171 Introduction to Game Theory Midterm #1 This test contains three problems. Each part of each question is worth 10 points for a maximum of 80 points. Answer all questions (showing your work where necessary). You have 75 minutes to complete the test
Game Theory 14.122: Handout #l Finding PBE in Signaling Games
1 General Strategy
In a 2 x 2 signaling game, there can be any or all of the following Perfect Bayesian Equilibria (PBE): both types of Player 1 may play pure strategies in equilibrium (if they
Econ 171 Introduction to Game Theory Final Exam Fall 2009 This test contains 4 problems. Each part of each question is worth 10 points for a maximum of 120 points. Answer all questions (showing your work where necessary). You have 2 hours to complete the