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Game Theory and Applications, Volume 11
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Editors: Leon Petrosjan and Vladimir V. Mazalov (St. Petersburg State University)
Book Description:
This book brings together papers of well-known specialists in game theory and adjacent problems. It presents the basic results in dynamic games, stochastic games, applications of game theoretical methods in ecology and economics and methodological aspects of game theory.

Table of Contents:
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1. Cooperative Stochastic Games in Stationary Strategies
(E.M. Baranova and L.A. Petrosyan)
pp. 1-7

2. Algebraic Solutions for Matrix Games
(A. Bellieri et al.)
pp. 9-22

3. Two Level Games
(E. Caprari and R.E. Lucchetti)
pp. 23-32

4. Dynkin's Stopping Games with Zero Payoffs for Separate Stopping (V. Domansky)
pp. 33-47

5. Constructing Robust Control in Game Problems with Linear Dynamics (S.A. Ganebny et al.)
pp. 49-66

6. An Investment Allocation Game with a Cost
(A. Garnaev and A. Solovyev)
pp. 67-74

7. An Optimal Insurance Policy in the Individual Risk Model Seen as a Bargaining Game
(A.Y. Golubin)
pp. 75-86

8. On a Discrete Arbitration Procedure in Three Points
(V.V. Mazalov et al.)
pp. 87-91

9. Non-Hierarchical Signalling: Two-Stage Financing Game
(A. Miglo and N. Zenkevich)
pp. 97-110

10. Players' Information in Two-Player Games of "Score Showdown"
(M. Sakaguchi)
pp. 111-124

11. On Reduction of Alternative Pursuit Games
(I. Shevchenko)
pp. 125-137

12. Dynamic Noncooperative R and D in Duopoly with Spillovers and Technology Gap
(L. Shravan)
pp. 139-161

13. Mathematics of the JIPTO and Theory of the Pursuit
(G. Tomski)
pp. 163-171

14. Investment Decisions Under Uncertainty and Evaluation of American Options
(A.A. Vasin and V.V. Morozov)
pp. 173-185

15. On a Continuous Dynamic Strategic Market Game
(P. WiÍcek and T. Radzik)
pp. 187-195

16. Proportional Values for TU Games
(E. Yanovskaya)

17. The Crux of Dynamic Economic Cooperation Subgame Consistency and Equilibrating Transitory Compensation
(D.W.K. Yeung and L.A. Petrosyan)


      Game Theory and Applications (Series Editors: Leon Petrosjan and Vladimir V. Mazalov, St. Petersburg State University, Russia)
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 1-59454-993-1
   Status: AV
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