Presidential Scholars Theses (1990 – 2006)

Awards/Availabilty

Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis

First Advisor

Ken Brown

Abstract

Game theory identifies players' optimal strategies in the face of interdependence and uncertainty . Games can be divided into two-person and n-person games, zero-sum and nonzero-sum games, and cooperative and non-cooperative games. Although this paper does not touch upon all of these aspects of game theory, it does offer a nice introduction of game theory and its applications for those who are not mathematical specialists.

Date of Award

1997

Department

Department of Economics

Presidential Scholar Designation

A paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation Presidential Scholar

Comments

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Date Original

Spring 1997

Object Description

1 PDF file (i, 39 pages)

Date Digital

3-29-2018

Copyright

©1997 Angela M. Koos

Type

document

Language

EN

File Format

application_pdf

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