Dynamic games continue to attract strong interest from researchers interested in modelling competitive as well as conflict situations exhibiting an intertemporel aspect. Applications of dynamic games have proven to be a suitable methodology to study the behaviour of players (decision-makers) and to predict the outcome of such situations in many areas including engineering, economics, management science, military, biology and political science.
Dynamic Games: Theory and Applications collects thirteen articles written by established researchers. It is an excellent reference for researchers and graduate students covering a wide range of emerging and revisited problems in both cooperative and non-cooperative games in different areas of applications, especially in economics and management science.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.36(d)|
Table of ContentsForeword.- Contributing Authors.- Preface.- Dynamical Connectionist Network and Cooperative Games.- A Direct Method for Open-Loop Dynamic Games for Affine Control Systems.- Braess Paradox and Properties of Wardrop Equilibrium in some Multiservice Networks.- Production Games and Price Dynamics.- Consistent Conjectures, Equilibiria and Dynamic Games.- Cooperative Dynamic Games with Incomplete Information.- Electricity Prices in a Game Theory Context.- Efficiency of Bertrand and Cournot: A Two Stage Game.- Cheap Talk, Gullibility, and Welfare in an Environmental Taxation Game.- A Two-Timescale Stochastic Game Framework for Climate Change Policy Assessment.- A Differnetial Game of Advertising for National and Store Brands.- Incentive Strategies for Shelf-space Allocation in Duopolies.- Subgame Consistent Dormant-Firm Cartels.