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An Introduction to Game Theory
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Joel Watson is Professor of Economics at the University of California, San Diego. He received his BA from UCSD and his PhD from Stanford. Watson is one of the top game theorists of his generation, and his work has been published in a variety of leading journals, including The American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Economic Theory, Quarterly Journal of Economics, and Games and Economic Behavior.
1) Introduction Part I: Representations and Basic Assumptions 2) The Extensive Form 3) Strategies and the Normal Form 4) Beliefs, Mixed Strategies, and Expected Payoffs 5) General Assumptions and Methodology Part II: Analyzing Behavior in Static Settings 6) Dominance and Best Response 7) Rationalizability and Iterated Dominance 8) Location, Partnership, and Social Unrest 9) Nash Equilibrium 10) Oligopoly, Tariffs, Crime, and Voting 11) Mixed-Strategy Nash Equilibrium 12) Strictly Competitive Games and Security Strategies 13) Contract, Law, and Enforcement in Static Settings Part III: Analyzing Behavior in Dynamic Settings 14) Details of the Extensive Form 15) Sequential Rationality and Solution Concepts 16) Topics in Industrial Organization 17) Parlor Games 18) Bargaining Problems 19) Analysis of Simple Bargaining Games 20) Games with Joint Decisions; Negotiation Equilibrium 21) Unverifiable Investment, Hold Up, Options, And Ownership 22) Repeated Games and Reputation 23) Collusion, Trade Agreements, and Goodwill Part IV: Information 24) Random Events and Incomplete Information 25) Risk and Incentives in Contracting 26) Bayesian Nash Equilibrium and Rationalizability 27) Lemons, Auctions, and Information Aggregation 28) Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium 29) Job-Market Signaling and Reputation Appendices A) Review of Mathematics B) The Mathematics of Rationalizability and Existence of Nash Equilibirum Index