An Introduction to Game Theory

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In 1994 John Forbes Nash won the Nobel Prize for his work on the "Nash Equilibrium", a now foundational principal of Game Theory that was highlighted in the motion picture A Beautiful Mind. Game theory is the mathematical analysis of strategic decision-making. In this session, you will learn the basic principles of decision-making and Game Theory. We will focus on practical examples of how Game Theory can be used to describe decision situations and inform us on the correct decision to make. We will also look at the principles of Game Dynamics, and how they can be used to motivate people to participate, learn, and make effective decisions. This session will appeal to anyone who has ever wondered about Game Theory and wanted to know more.

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