Game Theory and Economic Analysis (Routledge Advances in Game Theory, 001) by C. Schmidt

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Game theory looks at uncertainty two ways. One source of uncertainty arises because of random shocks to a situation. These random developments can change player expectations and, therefore, the actions they choose.

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While ideas relating to Game Theory have been proposed and discussed for a long time, it was only in with John von Neumann’s book “Theory of Games and Economic Behavior” that the field was formalised.

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In contrast, noncooperative game theory is concerned with the analysis of strategic choices. The paradigm of noncooperative game theory is that the details of the ordering and timing of players’ choices are crucial to determining the outcome of a game.

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Games are defined as strategic interactions between players, where strategy refers to a complete plan of action including all prospective play options as well as the player's associated outcome preferences.

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