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Tutorial Questions Week 6
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
22 26 August, 2016.
1. Suppose there is an old lady looking for help to cross the street. Only one person is
needed to help her; more are OK but no be
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Games with
sequential moves
dynamic structure of the game is important: 2me consistency priblems
Players take turn making moves: we should be explicit about the ORDER in which t
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Rationalizable Strategies and Nash Equilibrium
Carlos Hurtado
Department of Economics
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
[email protected]
Junel 9th, 2016
C. Hurtado (UIUC  Economics)
Gam
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Assignment 4.
Simon Grant
ECON2141
Four questions, due 4:00pm, Monday, 9 October, 2017.
Students should deposit their answers in the appropriately labelled submission box (course
code and tutors name)
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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On the uniform pricing puzzle in recorded
music
By
Martin Richardson
Australian National University
Frank Sthler
Department of Economics and CESifo, International
Economics and Labor Markets, The Univ
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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THE PENALTYDUEL AND INSTITUTIONAL
DESIGN: IS THERE A NEESKENSEFFECT?
WOLFGANG LEININGER
AXEL OCKENFELS
CESIFO WORKING PAPER NO. 2187
CATEGORY 10: EMPIRICAL AND THEORETICAL METHODS
JANUARY 2008
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Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Suppose the interest rate is r where this is expressed as a percentage of 1. That is, an
interest rate of 10% is r=0.1, 5% would be r=0.05 and so on. It measures the % of an
investment you will receiv
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Spring 2014
Problem Set 1
Simon Grant, ECON2141
Four Questions due 4:00pm Monday, 1 August, 2016.
Students should deposit their answers in the appropriately labelled submission box
which is located to the left on
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
ECON 2141

Spring 2014
Tutorial Questions Week 5
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
1519 August, 2016.
1. Consider a more general Cournot model than the one presented in lectures. Suppose
there are n rms. The rms simultaneously and in
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Spring 2014
Tutorial Questions Week 2
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
15 August, 2016.
1. If a player has a dominant strategy in a simultaneousmove game, then she is sure
to get her best possible outcome? True of false?
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
ECON 2141

Spring 2014
Tutorial Questions Week 7
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
29 August  2 September, 2016.
1. Two individuals (randomly paired from a population) have developed an innovation.
In each period, t = 1; 2; 3 they ca
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Spring 2014
Tutorial Questions Week 4
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
812 August, 2016.
1. Consider a twoplayer game in which the strategy sets are S1 = [0; 8] and S2 = [0; 8].
That is, each player can choose any real n
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Spring 2014
Tutorial Questions Week 10
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
3  7 October, 2016.
1. There are two people Hilary and Donald. Between them is a table which contains 48
onedollar coins and a single twodollar coi
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Spring 2014
Tutorial Questions Week 3
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
15 August, 2016.
1. Penalty Shots. Consider the following penalty shot game in which player 1 is the
shooter who can shoot Left, Middle or Right, and
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Spring 2014
Tutorial Questions Week 9
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
26  30 September 2016.
Consider the following game of DUEL.
There are two duellists each equipped with a loaded weapon (a wet sponge).
The two begin a
Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (P)
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Tutorial Questions Week 11
Simon Grant, ECON2141.
10  14 October, 2016.
1. Monica and Nancy are working together on a joint project. If Monica puts in eort
m and Nancy puts in eort n then the joint p
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