Game theory 101

game theory made easy

game theory made easy

Game Theory 101: The Complete Series

- The Prisoner's Dilemma and Strict Dominance
- Iterated Elimination of Strictly Dominated Strategies
- The Stag Hunt and Pure Strategy Nash Equilibrium
- What Is a Nash Equilibrium?
- Best Responses and Safety in Numbers
- Matching Pennies and Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibrium
- The Mixed Strategy Algorithm
- How NOT to Write a Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibrium
- Battle of the Sexes
- Calculating Payoffs in Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibrium
- Mixed Strategies and Strict Dominance
- Weak Dominance
- Infinitely Many Nash Equilibria
- The Odd Rule

- Subgame Perfect Equilibrium
- Backward Induction
- How NOT to Write a Subgame Perfect Equilibrium
- Multiple Subgame Perfect Equilibria
- Tying Hands (Burning Bridges)
- Commitment Problems
- The Centipede Game
- Problems with Backward Induction
- Forward Induction

- Probability Distributions
- Generalized Battle of the Sexes
- Knife-Edge Equilibria
- Soccer Penalty Kicks
- Comparative Statics
- The Support of Mixed Strategies
- Rock Paper Scissors
- Symmetric, Zero Sum Games
- Modified Rock Paper Scissors
- Mixing among Three Strategies

Done with the introduction? Great! Let's apply what you've learned to bargaining, international relations, and more!

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