Game theory is a mathematical theory of strategic interaction developed by economists, mathematicians and biologists.
Provides information and resources pertaining to the computational study of economies modelled as evolving systems of autonomous interacting agents. Provided by Leigh Tesfatsion.
Detailed article by Roger McCain at Drexel University.
Provides the teacher of a basic course in Game Theory with free user-friendly didactic tools for conducting web-based thought experiments. Provides customizable exercises and subject response statistics. Constructed by Ariel Rubinstein and Eli Zvuluny.
Explores how interaction among intelligent, goal-seeking individuals determines social outcomes using the tools of modern economic theory. Provided by Dan Levine.
Index of economics institutions on the Internet.
Resources for the applications of game theory to the European Eunion's decision-making processes.
Provides software library in C++ for performing various operations on n-person games in either extensive or normal form.
Game theory resources including lectures, text books, and online games. Includes sections on game theory in movies and interactive simulations of game-theoretic concepts. Provided by Mike Shor at Vanderbilt University.
Two applets which demonstrate Bayes Rule. The first applet evaluates the chance of having a disease given that one is tested positive. The second presents similar principles in a labor management context.
Provides a description of game theory themes in popular movies and television shows.
Contains information on members, meetings, and publications.
Various links to game theory collected by Marcelo Clerici-Arias at Stanford University.
Free open-source software for voting and election games and simulations, or lectures and research.
Interactive repeated prisoner's dilemma. Part of Mike Shor's lecture notes for a course in Game Theory. Play against different "personalities."
An on-line tutorial on signalling theory and the handicap principle, as it is used in biology, economics, anthropology, and other disciplines.
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