The development in recent years of the theory of dynamic games has resulted in discovering that the theory of dynamic games has applications in several areas outside game playing.
For instance, in zero-sum stochastic games the players do not observe the progress of the game fully, but only in bits and pieces. This is the same situation normally found in business, the military, environmental studies, and certainly in economics. The managers in any of these has to make decision based on partial knowledge, some of which may be wrong.
This book looks at game theory in the light of expanding the theory into real life situations where recent advances offer the potential of shedding light into decision making. It is an edited book, with authors from around the world that presented papers at the 10th International Symposium on Dynamic Games held in St. Petersburg, Russia. As such, this is not a book for the beginner in game theory as it presents new advances assuming that the reader has a basis of understanding in game theory.
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Advances in Dynamic Games: Applications to Economics, Management Science, Engineering, and Environmental Management: 8 Hardcover – Illustrated, 23 June 2006
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