2-2 Coordination Game and Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

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The University of Tokyo
4.6 (855 ratings) | 37K Students Enrolled
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Skills You'll Learn

Nash Equilibrium, Game Theory, Strategic Planning

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TK

Oct 16, 2017

Great introductory course. It's a bit light on math but the focus is clearly on understanding general concepts and principles of game theory. Both are very well explained.

VV

Aug 12, 2016

This course is very interesting, it helps to understand basic knowledge in game theory) And it's also easy to understand, because of available explanations of material.

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Understanding Nash equilibrium
The basic solution concept of game theory is Nash equilibrium. In Module 2, we try to understand this central concept through various examples and ask the following crucial question: how do players come to play a Nash equilibrium?

Taught By

  • Michihiro Kandori

    Michihiro Kandori

    University Professor

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