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Game Theory
Critical Concepts
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Game Theory[edit]

Critical Concepts[edit]

Introduction
Game theory
Nash equilibrium
Definitions
Cooperative game
Information set
Preference
Normal-form game
Extensive-form game
Succinct game
Equilibrium Concepts
Trembling hand perfect equilibrium
Proper equilibrium
Evolutionarily stable strategy
Risk dominance
Self-confirming equilibrium
Strategies
Dominance
Strategy
Tit for tat
Grim trigger
Collusion
Backward induction
Markov strategy
Game Classes
Symmetric game
Perfect information
Simultaneous game
Sequential game
Repeated game
Signaling games
Cheap talk
Zero-sum
Mechanism design
Bargaining Problem
Stochastic game
Large poisson game
Nontransitive game
Global game
Games
Prisoner's dilemma
Traveler's dilemma
Coordination game
Chicken
Centipede game
Volunteer's dilemma
Dollar auction
Battle of the sexes
Stag hunt
Matching pennies
Ultimatum game
Rock-paper-scissors
Pirate game
Dictator game
Public goods game
Blotto games
War of attrition
El Farol Bar problem
Fair division
Cournot competition
Deadlock
Unscrupulous diner's dilemma
Guess 2/3 of the average
Kuhn poker
Nash bargaining game
Screening game
Princess and monster game
Theorems
Minimax
Purification theorem
Folk theorem
Revelation principle
Arrow's impossibility theorem
Additional Reading
Tragedy of the commons
Tyranny of small decisions
All-pay auction
List of games in game theory