5 edition of Game-theoretic models of cooperation and conflict found in the catalog.
Game-theoretic models of cooperation and conflict
John P. Mayberry
|Statement||John P. Mayberry, with John C. Harsanyi, Herbert E. Scarf, and Reinhard Selten.|
|Series||Underground classics in economics|
|LC Classifications||QA269 .M4 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||92031019|
We highlight the presence of Richardsonian dynamics in various formal and empirical models of peace and conflict. In so doing we emphasize the role of feedback and interactions in Richardson’s models as well as other dynamic models, game-theoretic models, evolutionary game-theory and agent-based models, and quantitative empirical : Kelly M. Kadera, Mark Crescenzi, Dina A. Zinnes. For analyzing conflict between two large open countries over external territories rich in natural resources, we develop a game-theoretic model of trade under resource appropriation possibilities. We show that greater trade openness (by lowering trade costs) reduces the overall intensity of arming when the adversary countries are symmetric in Cited by: 1.
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19, Issue. 3, p. this is the first textbook on international relations theory to take a specifically game-theoretic approach to the subject, and provide Cited by: 7. In this lively and accessible book, Stein offers a new explanation of international cooperation and conflict as products of circumstance and choice.
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decentralized regional government. Presenting original contributions by some of the most notable names in the field of urban politics, this volume examines the organization of governments in metropolitan areas, and how that has an effect.
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Game theory is a mathematical method for analyzing calculated circumstances, such as in games, where a person’s success is based upon the choices of others. More formally, it is "the study of mathematical models of conflict and cooperation.
A new introduction to the game theoretic approach to international relations theory. Written for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, this textbook provides the support and background needed for students to gain a thorough understanding of the rationalist approach, from the basic foundations to more complex by: 7.
International Relations Theory: The Game-Theoretic Approach provides a relatively easy entry point for those with little previous experience in this subset of rational choice theory that deals with strategic interaction -- i.e., situations in which what each player wants depends in part on what it thinks others will do.
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In game theory, the Nash equilibrium, named after the mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr., is a proposed solution of a non-cooperative game involving two or more players in which each player is assumed to know the equilibrium strategies of the other players, and no player has anything to gain by changing only their own strategy.
If each player has chosen a strategy—an action Proposed by: John Forbes Nash Jr. Game theory can be defined as the study of mathematical models of conflict and cooperation between intelligent rational decision-makers. Game theory provides general mathematical techniques for analyzing situations in which two or more individuals make decisions that will influence one another’s welfare.
cyberspace is by Shiva et al. They develop a taxonomy of game theoretic models with two broad categories: Static vs. Dynamic. A ‘one shot’ cyber conflict game, where players choose plans of action and then execute them simultaneously, is a static game. A File Size: KB. As a result, game-theoretic mathematical models are applicable in both the social and natural sciences.
In reading this book, you can learn not just about game theory, but also about how to model real situations so that they can be analyzed mathematically. In this chapter we examine how game theory has been applied to the analysis of trade wars. Continuing with the theme of our book, we emphasize how game theoretic models can be used to model political phenomena with parsimony.
John Conybeare has written an intriguing book entitledTrade Wars()¹ which analyzes issues of international trade. Written for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, this is the first textbook on international relations theory to take a specifically game-theoretic approach to the subject, and provide the material needed for students to understand the subject thoroughly, from its basic foundations to more complex : $Game theoretic models have become increasingly sophisticated and, in conse- ticular attraction for theorists of interstate conflict.
Bargaining models that rely on coop-erative game theory, though important, have been much less influential in the literature of sibility of cooperation between and among states in an anarchic system, a File Size: KB.Harsanyi and Selten’s book). But compellingness is essential in applications models of collusion and cooperation assign a limited role to communication.