School of Economics | Economics of Game Theory
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Game study is the study of strategic interaction where one player’s decision depends on what the other player does. What the opponent does also depends upon what he thinks the first player will do. Examples of Game Theory Both players have a dominant strategy. A DOMINANT strategy occurs when...