Game Theory and Canadian Politics

Game Theory and Canadian Politics

eBook - 1998
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"This is the first book-length application of game theory to Canadian politics. It uses a series of case studies to illustrate fundamental concepts of game theory such as two-person and n-person games, the Nash equilibrium, zero-sum and variable-sum games, the paradox of voting, the Condorcet winner, the Condorcet extension, the Banzhaf power index, and spatial models of competition. No mathematics more complex than simple algebra is required to follow the exposition." "This book is intended to show what game theory can add to the philosophical, institutional, and behavioural approaches that have dominated previous works on Canadian politics."--Jacket.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : University of Toronto Press, Ă1998
ISBN: 9780802079466
0802079466
9781442675155
1442675152
9781282029347
1282029347
9780802040947
0802079466
0802040942
Characteristics: 1 online resource (ix, 190 pages) : illustrations

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