Game Theory:

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game structures
    Book of Examples (Erich Prisner)

    - Intro
    - Simultaneous-move games
    - Sequential-move, perfect-info-availability games
    - Probability
    - Sequential-move randomized games
    - Extensive form
    - Normal form
    - Mixed strategies
    - Behavioral strategies
    - Bibliography & index

    Collective-Action Games

    - 2-player games
    - large-group games
    - spillovers/externalities
    - historicals
    - "Help!" - a game of "chicken" with mixed strategies

    Combined Moves

    - 2-stage games & subgames
    - multistage game configurations
    - Changing the order of moves in a game
    - Analysis method changes
    - 3-player games

    Evolutionary game structures

    - framework
    - Prisoner's Dilemma
    - "chicken"
    - The assurance game
    - Three phenotypes
    - Hawk & Doves
    - Interactions by population & across species
    - Cooperation & Altruism

    Game Structures

    - decisions vs games
    - sequential vs simultaneous moves
    - zero-sum vs common interests
    - single vs repeating plays
    - constant vs changing opponents
    - access to equal information
    - fixed vs malleable rules
    - enforceable agreements?
    - terminology
    - uses

    Mechanism Design

    - price discrimination
    - principals & agents
    - cost-plus & fixed-price contracts
    - information revelation mechanisms
    - incentives / managerial supervision
    - incentives / insurance provisions
    - incentives (nonlinear)
    - incentives (teams)
    - multiple tasks & outcomes
    - incentives over time

    Sequential-Move Games

    - Game trees
    - Solving games with trees
    - Adding players
    - 1st- and 2nd-mover advantages
    - Adding moves
    - Rollback
    - "Survivor"

    Simulaneous moves / continuous strategies

    - Price competition
    - Oligopoly principles
    - Political campaign advertising
    - Nash equilibria methods
    - Nash equilibria concept
    - Rationalization
    - Empirical evidence

    Simulaneous moves / mixed strategies

    - Definitions
    - Mixing moves
    - Nash equilibrium as beliefs & responses
    - Mixing in non-zero-sum games
    - Discussion
    - When 1 player has >= 3 strategies
    - When both players have >= 3 strategies
    - Mixed strategies in practice - Evidence

    Simultaneous moves / discrete Strategies

    - Depictions
    - Nash equilibria
    - Dominant strategies
    - Best-response analysis
    - 3 players
    - Multiple equilibria

    Strategic Moves

    - conditional vs unconditional moves
    - credibility
    - commitments
    - threats & promises
    - examples - restaurant pricing
    - additional topics

    The Prisoners Dilemma

    - basics
    - repetition
    - penalties & rewards
    - leadership
    - experimenal evidence
    - real-world examples

risk
    Uncertainty & Imperfect Information

    - risk management
    - assymetric information
    - cheap talk
    - adverse selection
    - signaling
    - screening
    - labor mkt signaling
    - 2-player equilibria

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