Complementarity Models And Noncooperative Games Static And Dynamic (Paperback)

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"Complementarity Models and Noncooperative Games: Static and Dynamic" explores the application of complementarity models in the context of noncooperative games, both in static and dynamic settings. Complementarity models provide a mathematical framework to analyze situations where the decisions of multiple agents or players interact and depend on each other's choices. The research investigates static noncooperative games, where players make decisions simultaneously, considering the interdependence of their choices. Complementarity models allow for the analysis of strategic interactions, such as competition or cooperation, where the outcome for each player depends on the decisions made by others. By employing mathematical formulations and equilibrium concepts, the research delves into understanding the outcomes and strategies in these static noncooperative games.


Furthermore, the study explores the application of complementarity models in dynamic noncooperative games, where players make sequential decisions over time. Dynamic games introduce additional complexities, such as intertemporal dependencies, feedback mechanisms, and the possibility of learning and adaptation. Complementarity models offer insights into the strategic behavior and equilibrium concepts in these dynamic settings, enabling the analysis of long-term outcomes and optimal strategies.


By examining complementarity models in both static and dynamic noncooperative games, the research contributes to the understanding of strategic decision-making, equilibrium concepts, and the interplay between individual and collective choices. The findings have implications in various fields, including economics, operations research, game theory, and industrial organization. "Complementarity Models and Noncooperative Games: Static and Dynamic" serves as a valuable resource for researchers, economists, policymakers, and professionals interested in strategic decision-making and game theory. By utilizing complementarity models, it becomes possible to analyze complex interactions, understand strategic behaviors, and optimize outcomes in noncooperative game settings, ultimately leading to more informed decision-making processes in various domains.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781805291558
ISBN-10: 1805291556
Publisher: Independent Author
Publication Date: May 10th, 2023
Pages: 122
Language: English