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dc.contributor.authorPolak, Ben-
dc.descriptionPresents a class with professor at Yale University, Ben Polak. In this class professor Polak discusses Zermelo's theorem using examples of games like chess and tic-tac-toe and discusses too an example that involves a threat that is believed in an equilibrium but does not seem credible-
dc.descriptionEducação Superior::Ciências Sociais Aplicadas::Economia-
dc.publisherYale University, Open Yale Courses-
dc.relationBackward induction chess, strategies.mp3-
dc.rightsYale University 2009. Some rights reserved. Unless otherwise indicated in the applicable Credits section of certain lecture pages, all content on this web site is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Please refer to the Credits section to determine whether third-party restrictions on the use of content apply-
dc.subjectZermelo's theorem-
dc.subjectNash equilibrium-
dc.subjectEducação Superior::Ciências Sociais Aplicadas::Economia::Métodos Quantitativos em Economia-
dc.subjectEducação Superior::Ciências Sociais Aplicadas::Economia::Teoria Econômica-
dc.titleBackward induction: chess, strategies, and credible threats [Game theory]-
dc.description2To learn about the idea of backward induction-
dc.description3Duration: 1 h, 12 min, 38 s. To hear this resource its necessary the instalation of Quick time. Available at: <>-
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