# Questions tagged [nash-equilibrium]

A basic solution concept in game theory that requires each player to select their best response to the strategies chosen by others.

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### Price competition; finding the equilibrium expression for price and profit

This question deals regarding the price competition between two firms developing products that directly compete on the market. Fundamentally basing on the game theory and the Nash equilibrium, the aim ...
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### Bertrand competition with homogenous good and Hotelling's spatial model

Q. There are a 1000 costumers uniformly distributed on [0,3]. Each wants to buy 1 ice-cream. There are two firms which produce ice-cream costlessly and firm i charges p_i. Consumer's effective price ...
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### Bayes correlated equilibrium of Bergemann and Morris

The paper of Bergemann and Morris proves a theorem based on some foundations about the information sets and their expansions. I am trying to understand theorem one intuition, more precisely I cite the ...
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### Correlated equilibrium definition

Where can I find the definition of correlated equilibrium apart from here and the seminal paper of Aumman ?
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### Providing an example in cooperative - games and coalitions

Here is the paper from chich I previously posted another definition here Definition of a $k-$strong Nash Equilibrium I am trying to construct an example to understand the idea of the following ...
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### Definition of a $k-$strong Nash Equilibrium

Consider a game $G=(N, (A^i)_{i\in N}, (g^i)_{i\in N})$, $N=\{1,2,\dots,n\}$, $A=\Pi_{i\in N}A_i$ is the set of actions and $g^i:A\to \mathbb{R}$ is the payoff function. The latter can be extended ...
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### Differences between best response, dominant strategy and Nash equilibrium

I can't seem to get the differences of these terms. I watched this video that has the differences of best response and Nash equilibrium: But then I heard about dominant strategies from another video ...
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