Types of Games: I have come across various attempts to catalogue the possible varieties of stories
that exist. The basic assumption being that all plots (narratives?) can be be boiled down to one among only a few types e.g. Hero leaves the kingdom; Hero steals fire, etc. I am looking for a similar classification system for GAMES, that is: how many fundamental types/kinds of game are there? [more inside]
How to simultaneously exchange information? [more inside]
In what cases is game theory a good model of actual human behavior? [more inside]
How would you go about proving that the law of demand does not exist? [more inside]
How can apply game theory to help me negotiate a better deal? [more inside]
What is the word or Phrase for a situation where competing persons become emroiled in a "sub game "? A different level of competition, so to say.
Relates to game theory somehow. It may or may not include the word "pareto". Thanks.
Help me use game theory to better understand the seemingly irrational behavior at my workplace [more inside]
is there a book on the mathematics of chess? [more inside]
Dating/Marriage market and game theory [more inside]
I'd like some good business (commodities, economics, markets, etc.) book to read. I'm tired of all the, excuse my French, BS books I've come across. I don't want a get-rich quick or anything motivational. I've read the summer reading standard Freakonomics and The World is Flat as of late, feeling the same way level of beach book dissapointment I did when I broke down and read The DaVinci Code. The former was entertaining, though somewhat useless and the latter just was boring and repetitive after say -- chapter 2. I've been paticularly interested in game theory lately and how it can be applied... [more inside]