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Game Theory:

articles & papers
auction theory
bargaining frameworks
    Book notes
    1) Nash's cooperative solution; 2) Variable-thread bargaining 3) Alternating offers, Type I (total value decays); 4) Experimental evidence; 5) Alternating offers, Type II (impatience); 6) Manipulating information; 7a) Multiple-issue bargaining; 7b) Multiple-party bargaining
classifications, terminology, mechanisms
    Evolutionary game structures
    1) framework; 2) Prisoner's Dilemma; 3) "chicken"; 4) The assurance game; 5) Three phenotypes; 6) Hawk & Doves; 7) Interactions by population & across species; 8) Cooperation & Altruism
    Game Structures
    1) decisions vs games; 2a) sequential vs simultaneous moves; 2b) zero-sum vs common interests; 2c) single vs repeating plays; constant vs changing opponents; 2d) access to equal information; 2e) fixed vs malleable rules; 2f) enforceable agreements?; 3) terminology; 4) uses
    Mechanism Design
    1) price discrimination; 2) principals & agents; 3) cost-plus & fixed-price contracts; 4) information revelation mechanisms; 5a) incentives / managerial supervision; 5b) incentives / insurance provisions; 6a) incentives (nonlinear); 6b) incentives (teams); 6c) multiple tasks & outcomes; 6d) incentives over time
game structures
    Collective Action - Search Engine results (Duckduckgo)
    Collective-Action Games
    1) 2-player games; 2) large-group games; 3) spillovers/externalities; 4) historicals; 5) "Help!" - a game of "chicken" with mixed strategies;
    Combined Moves
    1a) 2-stage games & subgames; 1b) multistage game configurations; 2) Changing the order of moves in a game; 3) Analysis method changes; 4) 3-player games
    Sequential-Move Games
    1) Game trees; 2) Solving games with trees; 3) Adding players; 4) 1st- and 2nd-mover advantages; 5) Adding moves; 6) Rollback; 7) "Survivor"
    Simulaneous moves / continuous strategies
    1a) Price competition; 1b) Oligopoly principles; 1c) Political campaign advertising; 1d) Nash equilibria methods;
    2) Nash equilibria concept; 3) Rationalization; 4) Empirical evidence
    Simulaneous moves / mixed strategies
    1) Definitions; 2) Mixing moves; 3) Nash equilibrium as beliefs & responses; 4) Mixing in non-zero-sum games; 5) Discussion; 6) When 1 player has >= 3 strategies; 7) When both players have >= 3 strategies; 8) Mixed strategies in practice 9) Evidence
    Simultaneous moves / discrete Strategies
    1) Depictions; 2) Nash equilibria; 3) Dominant strategies; 4) Best-response analysis; 5) 3 players; 6) Multiple equilibria
    Strategic Moves
    1) conditional vs unconditional moves; 2) credibility; 3) commitments; 4) threats & promises; 5) examples - restaurant pricing; 6) additional topics
    The Prisoners Dilemma
    1) basics; 2) repetition; 3) penalties & rewards; 4) leadership; 5) experimenal evidence; 6) real-world examples
    Uncertainty & Imperfect Information
    1) risk management; 2) assymetric information; 3) cheap talk; 4) adverse selection; 5) signaling; 6) screening; 7) labor mkt signaling; 8) 2-player equilibria
    Voting Systems
    1) rules & procedures; 2) paradoxes; 3) voting systems; 4) vote manipulation; 5) median voter theorem