2 edition of **Rational expectations in games** found in the catalog.

Rational expectations in games

Enrico Minelli

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Published
**1995**
by CIACO in Louvain-la-Neuve
.

Written in English

- Equilibrium (Economics) -- Mathematical models.,
- Rational expectations (Economic theory) -- Mathematical models.,
- Game theory.

**Edition Notes**

Thesis (Ph. D.)--Université catholique de Louvain.

Statement | Enrico Minelli. |

Series | Université catholique de Louvain, Faculté des sciences économiques, sociales et politiques ;, nouv. sér., no 256, Publications de la Faculté des sciences économiques, sociales et politiques de l"Université catholique de Louvain ;, nouv. sér., no 256. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | HB145 .M56 1995 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | vi, 89, 21 p. : |

Number of Pages | 89 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL731795M |

LC Control Number | 97121360 |

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But by no means has Sargent limited himself to rational expectations. Among his dozen books and profusion of research articles are key contributions to learning theory (the study of the foundations and limits of rationality) and economic history, including influential work on monetary standards and international episodes of inflation. analysis; in fact, under the assumption of rational expectations, the model presented here corresponds to a textbook New Keynesian model of the kind analyzed in Clarida et al. (), Woodford (, chap. 4), Gali (, chap. 3), or Walsh (, chap.

William Bernstein has updated his classic The Intelligent Asset Allocator () with a new book in his "Investing for Adults" series: Rational Expectations. writers are supposed to. John Fraser Muth (/ m j uː θ /; Septem – Octo ) was an American is "the father of the rational expectations revolution in economics", primarily due to his article "Rational Expectations and the Theory of Price Movements" from Muth earned his Ph.D. in mathematical economics from Carnegie Mellon University, and was in Awards: Alexander Henderson Award ().

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In two-person zero-sum games, Rational expectations in games book only rational expectation is the game's value. In an arbitrary game G, we characterize Vs rational expectations in terms of the correlated equilibria of the doubled game 2G in which each ofVs strategies in G appears twice. (JEL C72, D83, D84) Modern game theory was born inwhen John von Neumann published.

In two-person zero-sum games, i's only rational expectation is the game’s value. In an arbitrary game G, we characterize i's rational expectations in terms of the correlated equilibria of the doubled game 2G in which each of i's strategies in G appears twice. In two-person zero-sum games, i’s only rational expectation is the game’s value.

In an arbitrary game G, we characterize i’s rational expectations in terms of the correlated equilibria of the doubled game 2G in which each of i’s strategies in G appears twice. (JEL C72, D83, D84). In an arbitrary game G, we characterize i’s rational expectations in terms of the correlated equilibria of the doubled game 2G in which each of i’s strategies in G appears twice.

(JEL C72, D83, D84) Modern game theory was born inwhen John von Neumann published his Minimax Theorem. In two-person zero-sum games, i's only rational expectation is the game’s value.

In two-person zero-sum games, i's only rational expectation is the game’s value. In an arbitrary game G, we characterize i's rational expectations in terms of the correlated equilibria of the doubled game 2G in which each of i's strategies in G appears twice.

(JEL C72, D83, D84). According to him, rational expectations are equivalent to stating that individuals do not make systematic errors in forming their expectations. There are various ways to define rational expectations in the modern sense, but in the following parts of this chapter (and book) we will stick to following definition.

1(a) Note that the basic method will suffice for all Rational Expectations models in which there are expectations (at any date in the past) of current events only. The method involves three steps: 1. Solve the model, treating expectations as exogenous.

Take the expected value of this solution at the date of the expectations, and solve forFile Size: KB. The theory of rational expectations (RE) is a collection of assumptions regarding the manner in which economic agents exploit available information to form their expectations.

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Fig. Rationality is associated with individual-focused nouns and rational expectations in a Dictator Game (DG), reflecting preference maximization, whereas reasonableness is associated with socially conscious nouns and reasonable DG expectations, reflecting greater fairness.

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