About the Author
Daniel Toro-González is an Associate Professor in the School of Economic and Business at Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar. His research is in industrial organization and econometrics, with applications to technology adoption, transportation, and the food industry. He received a Ph.D. in Economics from Washington State University in 2012. He has published in the Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization, and The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Dominance Solvable Games.- Chapter 2: Pure Strategy Nash equilibrium and Simultaneous move games with complete information.- Chapter 3: Mixed Strategies, Strictly competitive games, and Correlated Equilibria.- Chapter 4: Sequential-move games with complete information.- Chapter 5: Applications to Industrial Organization.- Chapter 6: Repeated Games and Correlated Equilibria.- Chapter 7: Simultaneous‐move games with Incomplete Information.- Chapter 8: Auctions.- Chapter 9: Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium and Signaling games.- Chapter 10: More advanced signaling games.