EMILE BORCEL AND THE NOTION OF STRATEGY

EMILE BORCEL AND THE NOTION OF STRATEGY

Editorial: EL COLEGIO DE MEXICO AC
ISBN: 9786074626025
$ 75.00

Émile Borel introduces the concept of strategy, still a key concept in Game Theory. As a tribute to the pioneering work of Borel, this book presents a selection of papers by some of the leading academics in Mexico who employ the tools and techniques of Game Theory to obtain insights into various social and economic phenomena. In this collection, thus, Game Theory is used to look at questions as diverse as the monitoring of frontiers; the participation of voters in elections; drug cartels; the transition and value of information; privatization; assortative matching; collusion of decision makers; repeated interaction of agents; and normative assignment problems.

Émile Borel introduces the concept of strategy, still a key concept in Game Theory. As a tribute to the pioneering work of Borel, this book presents a selection of papers by some of the leading academics in Mexico who employ the tools and techniques of Game Theory to obtain insights into various social and economic phenomena. In this collection, thus, Game Theory is used to look at questions as diverse as the monitoring of frontiers; the participation of voters in elections; drug cartels; the transition and value of information; privatization; assortative matching; collusion of decision makers; repeated interaction of agents; and normative assignment problems.