NOC:Strategy: An Introduction to game Theory


Lecture 1 - Introduction Examples: Markets / Politics / Auctions


Lecture 2 - Prisoners’ Dilemma


Lecture 3 - Best Response and Nash Equilibrium


Lecture 4 - Another Example: Markets


Lecture 5 - Dominant Strategies


Lecture 6 - Stag Hunt – Coordination and Bank Runs


Lecture 7 - Battle of Sexes and Multiple Nash Equilibria


Lecture 8 - Tragedy of Commons


Lecture 9 - Tragedy of Commons


Lecture 10 - Cournot Duopoly


Lecture 11 - Cournot Duopoly


Lecture 12 - Mixed Strategies


Lecture 13 - Battle of Sexes


Lecture 14 - Battle of Sexes: Best Response Dynamic


Lecture 15 - Paying Taxes


Lecture 16 - Portfolio Management Game


Lecture 17 - Rationality, Choice and Common Knowledge


Lecture 18 - Lterated Elimination of Domination Strategies


Lecture 19 - Auction


Lecture 20 - Auction: As a Normal Form Game


Lecture 21 - Traffic at Equilibrium and Braesss Paradox


Lecture 22 - Linear Markets


Lecture 23 - Extensive Form Games


Lecture 24 - Game Tree and Information Sets


Lecture 25 - Strategies in Extensive from Games


Lecture 26 - Extensive from Games with Simultaneous Moves and Their Normal From Representation


Lecture 27 - Sub Game Perfect Equilibrium Part-I


Lecture 28 - Sub Game Perfect Equilibrium Part-II


Lecture 29 - The Art of War: Lesson 1


Lecture 30 - Ultimatum Game


Lecture 31 - Stackelberg Model


Lecture 32 - Bayesian Games


Lecture 33 - Bayesian Game: BoS


Lecture 34 - Bayesian Nash Equilibrium


Lecture 35 - Yield vs Fight


Lecture 36 - Yield vs. Fight: Bayesian NE


Lecture 37 - Bayesian Cournot Game


Lecture 38 - Bayesian Games with mixed strategies


Lecture 39 - Auctions


Lecture 40 - Sealed Bid First Price Auction


Lecture 41 - Expected Revenue


Lecture 42 - Bayesian Second Price Auction


Lecture 43 - Expected Revenue: Second Price Auction


Lecture 44 - All Pay Auction


Lecture 45 - A Hawk-Dove Game


Lecture 46 - Evolutionary Biology


Lecture 47 - Evolutionary stable Strategy (ESS)


Lecture 48 - ESS and NE


Lecture 49 - Repeated Games


Lecture 50 - Finitely Repeated Game having Multiple Equilibriums


Lecture 51 - Chain-Store Paradox


Lecture 52 - Infinitely Repeated Game


Lecture 53 - Non Cooperative Bargaining


Lecture 54 - Axiomatic Bargaining


Lecture 55 - Extensive Form Game with Incomplete Information


Lecture 56 - Introduction to perfect Bayesian Equilibrium


Lecture 57 - Obtaining PBE


Lecture 58 - Gift Game