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Game theory is the study of mathematical models of strategic interaction between rational decision-makers. It has applications in all fields of social science, as well as in logic and ..... Evolutionary game theory studies players who adjust their strategies over time according to rules that are not necessarily rational or farsighted.

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Although originally developed and applied in economics, game theory is now ... drawn from economics, political science, and the other social sciences.

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The second volume of Game Theory in the Social Sciences, A Game ... and dynamic field that underlies so much of today's economic and political theory. ... Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem ...

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Game theory is a theory of social interaction, which attempts to explain the ... variety of economic behaviors, including behavior of firms, markets, and consumers. ... There are several different kinds of games that are studies using game theory:.

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Mar 7, 2019 ... Game theory has a wide range of applications, including psychology, evolutionary biology, war, politics, economics, and business. Despite its ...

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Institute of Mathematical Economics (IMW), Bielefeld University. ∗∗. May 2004 ... The First World Congress of the Game Theory Society took place from July 24 to 28,. 2000 in ... sufficient generality to be valid in political science, sociology .

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Keywords: Game Theory, social science, equilibrium, bargaining, evolution ... attempts to provide a unifying theory for economics, political science, anthro-.

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Game theory is the (mathematical) study of strategic behavior. Loosely ... widely throughout the social sciences, particularly economics and political science.