Professor Rod Garratt
December 9, 2005
Econ 210B
Final Exam Fall 2005
You can earn up to 50 points on this exam. You have 2 hours to complete this exam.
Explain everything that needs explaining. Good Luck!
1. Two identical firms each simultaneously choose
ECON 210B
Game Theory
Winter 2011
Course Description
I. Contact information
Instructor: Rod Garratt
Office: 3046 North Hall
Phone: 893-2849
E-mail: garratt@econ.ucsb.edu
Web page: www.econ.ucsb.edu/~garratt
II. Location and time
Lectures will be held in N
Professor Rod Garratt
Winter 2011
ECON 210B
Problem Set #3
Due: Friday, March 4 (before section)
1. The following game is called Seltons horse.
C
1
D
L
0,0,0
1,1,1
d
3
R
3,3,2
2
L
R
4,4,0
0,0,1
Find the pure strategy Nash equilibria. Check whether each pu
Professor Rod Garratt
Fall 2011
ECON 210B
Problem Set #3
Due Monday, February 7
1. Consider the following game
X
Y
X 4, 4
0, 0
Y 0, 0
1, 1
(a) Find all the symmetric Nash equilibria.
(b) Identify which if any of the symmetric Nash equilibrium strategies
a
Professor Rod Garratt
Winter 2011
ECON 210B
Problem Set #2
Due: Friday, January 28
1. A version of the wallet game goes like this. There are two players. Each player is asked
to look inside his or her wallet and see how much money is there. Then, there is
Professor Rod Garratt
Winter 2011
ECON 210B
Problem Set #1
Due: Wednesday January 19
1. In professional baseball there is an interesting arbitration process. If the team and the player
cannot agree on the terms of the players contract then each side submi
Professor Rod Garratt
November 8, 2006
Econ 210B
Midterm Exam Fall 2006
You can earn up to 40 points on this exam. You have 1 hour and 10 minutes to
complete this exam. Explain everything that needs explaining. Good Luck!
1. Consider the following normal-
1/3/11
Exercises in Game Theory
by
Rod Garratt and John Wooders
This document contains questions that are appropriate for advanced undergraduate
classes or graduate classes in game theory. They have each been used at least once in
graduate game theory cou
Professor Rod Garratt
December 12, 2006
Econ 210B
Final Exam Fall 2006
You can earn up to 50 points on this exam. Explain everything that needs
explaining. Good Luck!
1. There are two players, A and B. Player A has two one-dollar bills and player B has
th
Professor Rod Garratt
Fall 2004
Final Exam, Econ 210B
You have 2 hours. Explain everything that needs explaining. Good Luck!
1. Consider the following two-player game, . Each player can either work hard (h) or
shirk (s). If both work hard they each get a