The subject of this book is game theory and its possible applications in several fields. The papers presented at the conference are sorted into three main groups: games, dynamic games and social games. Some new ideas and methods on stochastic dynamic games and bargaining games are presented and a tentative unified approach to games is suggested. The book includes a discussion of game theory and of the possible applications of games. A new approach to portfolio selection is presented. The contributors, from several countries, aimed to reach readers who are not necessarily experts on games. This book of proceedings on economics, applied mathematics is intended for the use of researchers.
"A continuous-time model of monetary policy and inflation: a stochastic differential game".- "Correlated rationalizability dominated strategies, refinements and uniqueness".- "Bargaining on the Goodwin model".- "Cobwebs and something else".- "Learning and persistence of leadership in product innovation: theory and some facts from the semiconductor industry".- "On incomplete information and the emergence of Trade Unions".- "Robust Lyapunov Games: the continuous-time case".- "Political and financial applications of the power indices".- "Piecewise deterministic and piecewise diffusion differential games with modal uncertainties".- "Noncooperative capacities of simple games".- "Algorithmic solutions for extensive games".- "Communication games".- "Decomposition of structured linear programs based on analytical centers".- "Bargaining and optimal investments".
Series: Lecture Notes in Economic and Mathematical Systems
Number Of Pages: 209
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99
Weight (kg): 0.36