Diversion Hypothesis Ming-hung Weng.

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Diversion Theory Ming-hung Weng

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Course Syllabus Office Hours : in Room 27603 (sixth floor of Yun-Ping Building) Tuesdays 10-12 PM, other time by arrangement. Site: http://myweb.ncku.edu.tw/~mhweng/game.htm

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Required Text Games of Strategy , second release, Avinash Dixit & Susan Skeath. (2003) Norton ( 華泰代理 ) Suggested Text A Primer in Game Theory , Robert Gibbons, Harvester Wheatsheaf. Amusement Theory , Drew Fudenberg and Jean Tirole, The MIT Press.

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Course Objectives Game hypothesis, inside the most recent quite a few years, has developed into a standout amongst the most vital and well known instruments utilized as a part of comprehension the associations between people, establishments, or nations, particularly in the fields of financial aspects, business, governmental issues and science. In spite of the fact that it depends on a solid mathematic establishment, this course goes for giving the early on ideas and systems to the college understudies. The principal half of this course will be dedicated to investigate the structure of the amusement by presenting diverse structures and styles of them and their answer ideas. The class will turn its attention on a few well known uses of amusement hypothesis amid the second half after understudies getting more acquainted with the arrangement ideas.

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Course Evaluation Homework 20% Term Paper 10% Presentation 5% Class Participation 5% Midterm 30% Final 30%

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First of all, since this is an English-addressed class, all assignments and tests ought to be finished in English . Homework : There " ll be homework doled out for every part secured. Homework needs not be submitted. Be that as it may, there " ll be a short test when the task is expected with inquiries coming precisely from the homework . The most minimal evaluations will be rejected while assessing the normal, which will weight 20% of the general evaluations.

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Term Paper : By Dec 24th , understudies will frame bunches (2-3 understudies) to present a short (3-10 pages, 11-pt-text style, single-line dispersed) paper where they apply their ideas and systems of amusement hypothesis to clarify phenomenon(s) they see from their day by day lives, the news or the history. Presentation: After accepting some remarks from the educator, every gathering will have an in-class presentation (10-15 minutes, in English ) with PowerPoint to show and legitimize the perception in their paper.

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Class Participation : This part will essentially assess understudies " attendances and execution in the class. Midterms : There " ll be one midterm and one last. Both are required .

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About Game Theory John Forbes Nash Jr., A Beautiful Mind

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John von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern . 1944 book Theory of Games and Economic Behavior Antoine Augustin Cournot \'s Researches into the Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth ) in 1838 Eric Maskin

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What to anticipate from realizing diversion hypothesis?

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What is an amusement? Models breaking down collaborations among gatherings or people. How would they interface? Synchronous moves (Static Games) Sequential moves (Dynamic Games) How long do they collaborate? One-shot Games Repeated Games (limited/unbounded periods)

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How are their interests related? Zero (Constant) aggregate amusement Nonzero (Nonconstant) total diversion How well do they watch each other " s moves? Flawless data diversion Imperfect data amusement

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How well do they know the diversion played? Complete data Incomplete (unbalanced) data

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Terminologies Strategies A complete arrangement of activities Pure versus blended systems Payoffs Utility Rationality Utility maximizer

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Common Knowledge of Rules Knowing each other knowing how the diversion is played and so on. Balance Nash Equilibrium and so forth. Perception and Experiment Traveler " s situation

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