Questions tagged [bayesian-game]

For questions about Bayesian games. These are strategic interactions when one or more players have incomplete information about other players. General topics of games with asymmetric information may use this tag.

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Uniform bounds on rate of merging for Bayesian learners

Update. Cross posted at Cross Validated. In a well-known paper, Blackwell & Dubins (1962) show that the posterior probabilities of two Bayesian agents, whose priors agree on events of measure $0$,...
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Can repeated bidding in an auction make each player's type common knowledge?

In Benjamin Edelman, Michael Ostrovsky, and Michael Schwarz(2007), there's a hand-waving argument to justify their setting as a game of complete information: we assume that all values are common ...
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Bayes Nash Equilibrium in a game with continuous actions

I am attempting to think through a particular type of game with continuous strategies, with Bayes Nash equilibrium as the solution concept. I first describe the game below, followed by questions. ...
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How this ex ante game induce a uniform distribution for interim stage?

In an article (see here) from the blog leisure of theory class, it is shown, in an interim stage for a Baysian game, we could run into a technical problem that the induced belief space for a player ...
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Bayesian Nash Equilibria: Strong and Weak Types

I need a little help with the question. I understand that since both players have two types each, there will be 4 different payoff matrices to be considered, $(S,S)$,$(S,W)$,$(W,S)$,$(W,W)$, each type ...
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Mixed Strategies in Bayesian Games

I am confused about the following statement from Wikipedia: "A mixed strategy is an assignment of a probability to each pure strategy. This allows for a player to randomly select a pure strategy. ...
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Prisoner's dilemma as a Bayesian one-shot game

What happens if we assume that there is incomplete information to the prisoner's dilemma game? For example, suppose we have the following matrix with the utilities $T>R>P>S$ and $2R>S+T$ ...
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Which economic game theory model is most similar to poker?

Propeties the model should have: Well motivated: the game is actually is a plausible model of a real world situation. Maybe with some parameters learnt from data. Complete: it is a complete game ...
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A Perfect Bayesian Bargaining problem

Thought I'd post interesting questions that come my way to try and boost activity! A seller and a buyer negotiate over trade of a single indivisible good. The good is either of low quality (in which ...
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In search for a simple mental bayesian model

I have read many articles about Bayesian thinking. Most of the time, they fall under 2 categories (or a mix of both). The first category of articles focuses on Bayes’ formula. The second category of ...
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How to approach such question of two periods and asymmetric information game?

There are two players 1 and 2, playing a two-period public good contribution game. The benefits from the public good per-period to each player is $b_1$ and $b_2$ respectively, which are common ...