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Game Theory: An Introduction, 2nd Edition by E. N. Barron

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Index

2 × 2 bimatrix games

3 × 3 symmetric game

Aj and iA

E(X, Y)

E(X, j)=X Aj

E(i, Y)=iA· YT

inline–core

3 player cooperative games

exact formulas

additive game

allocation

definition

allocation of taxes

asymptotic stability

auctions

application to Bertrand model

complete information

definitions

Dutch

English

English and Dutch

Nash equilibrium

first-price sealed-bid

optimal bidding

general bidding function

need for a reserve price

need for middleman

optimal buy-it-now price

private value

reserve price

revenue equivalence theorem

symmetric, private value

take-it-or-leave-it rule

variance of selling price

Banzhaf-Coleman index

bargaining

feasible set

KS solution

Nash axioms

Nash’s theorem

safety, security, status quo point

the nonlinear program

threat security point

threat strategies

baseball game

battle of the sexes game

Bayesian game

Beer or Quiche

Bertrand model of production

best response

and ESS

Stackelberg game

best response set

and rational reaction set

definition

best response strategy

best threat strategies

bimatrix

Braess’s paradox

buy-it-now price

calculus

and interior saddles

calculus method

and the equations for Nash equilibrium

finding interior Nash points

finding interior saddle points

carriers of a game

cat versus rat game

characteristic function

(0, 1) normalization

bimatrix games

definition

from nonzero sum game

general formula from nonzero sum

scheduling problem

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