*Games and Information*.

See also ** Readings in Games and Information
** , for full text of some readings and for various supplemental materials.

** Problem Set answers **

** Figures: ** See this directory.

Materials from my doctoral course on industrial organization, G601.

Materials from an MBA course on strategic thinking, G570. This directory includes the syllabus, overheads set up for LaTeX, and supplementary materials.

Professor Michael Shor's game theory and popular culture page, with lists of movies, TV shows, and so forth.

- Chapter 1: A 3x3 matrix on the conjecture that unique Nash equilibria can be
reached by iterated dominance.
- Chapter 1: Self-test 1, on Nash equilibrium
- Chapter 2: A java applet that plays "Let's Make a
Deal" with you.
- Chapter 3: Self-test 2, on mixed strategies
- Chapter 4: Notes on the Quiz on Friday
Paradox.
- Chapter 4: Notes on the difference between
perfectness and commitment, with a
diagram
- Chapter 6: More explanation of the equilibrium in Entry
Deterrence V.
- Chapter 7: Further notes on quasilinearity.
- Chapter 12: The 3rd edition incomplete information bargaining model from a section that will be drastically changed in the 4th edition in tex and pdf.
- Mathematical Appendix: Notes on the mathematics of lattice theory.
- An article self-teacher script (on "a" and "the", for
Chinese and Korean students especially).

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