The theory of dynamic games is becoming an increasingly important tool in economic analysis. This series of papers, taken from an international symposium on the subject of differential game theory and their applications, describes such issues as problems in management science and economics, incentives and co-ordination, resource management and environmental problems, and hierarchical game models and computational aspects.
A study of manufacturer-retailer marketing strategies: A differential game approach.- The feedback Stackelberg equilibrium in the cartel-versus-fringe model.- A Stackelberg-Nash model for the design of deregulated transit system.- A game theoretical approach to public investment versus private investment.- Entry with new multiproduct technologies.- Distributed hierarchical team resource allocation.- Incentive strategies in an inter-firm coordination arrangement.- Strategic bargaining and difference games.- Game-theoretic modelling in the dynamic pricing of electricity.- On intertemporal cooperation - A dynamic stochastic problem with nonadditive group utility function.- Differential games and the optimal management of transboundary fisheries.- Economic planning and uncertainty in renewable resources.- Pollution Vs. Nature - differential game models.- A nonzero-sum game with variable final time.- Environmental problem as a commonproperty resource game.- The environmental-economic planning model with the dynamic stackelberg game.- Heterogeneous discount rates: A generalization of Hotelling's rule.- Investment, harvest, and taxation strategies of the forest sector: A differential game approach with a computational decision-aid.- Transboundary air pollution between Finland and the USSR - A dynamic acid rain game.- The derivation of feedback stackelberg equilibria in dynamic economic games.- Dynamic game strategies for corporate demand models in national economy.- Hierarchical dynamic planned-economy models with central government coordination of one-step delay information.- Non-cooperative equilibrium solutions for a stochastic dynamic game of economic stabilization policies.- Dynamic hierarchical N-Person games theory with coalitions.- Approaching core solutions by means of continuous bargaining.- Optimal portfolio selection as a bargaining game.- A note on the dynamic risk sensitive nash games.- Equilibrium points in constrained minimization and games.- A cooperative game governed by a differential inclusion.- Regulation of linear quadratic games.- The time consistency of the optimality principles in non-zero sum differential games.
Series: Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences
Number Of Pages: 315
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99
Weight (kg): 0.53