The Game Theory - John Nash

The insight of a beautiful mind. Learn how game theory can be used in everyday life.
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Published 10/2014 English

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In this masterclass Nobel Prize winner John Nash, one of the most famous scientists of our time, takes us into the heart of the theory of games.

Is it possible to build a mathematical model of behavior from a game of chess?

An innovative theory for understanding the elaborate strategies that underlie the choices of men. A rational approach that has become a point of reference in many different fields, from economics to psychology to political science.

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  • You will learn how game theory is closely related to mathematics and how from a game of chess it is possible to build a mathematical model of behavior.

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  • 22 masterclasses and 1 hour and more of content
  • You will learn what the game theory is
  • You will learn how the game theory can be used in everyday life
  • You will learn how game theory is closely related to mathematics and how from a game of chess it is possible to build a mathematical model of behavior

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  • Everyone interested in science and who would like to learn more about theory of games and its use in different fields

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Curriculum

Section 1: Game theory
Introduction
Article
The beginnings
Preview
02:02
An innovative discipline
Preview
02:10
The precursors
Preview
03:56
Types of games
Preview
02:59
The game, the economy and the stock market
02:13
Section 2: Play to win
Games that simulate war
03:31
War and game theory
03:29
The analysis of armed conflicts
02:44
The game of war
02:10
Game theory and political power
04:12
Halfway through
Article
The search for winning strategies
03:24
Section 3: The equilibrium in games
From Borel to economic games
02:27
Brief history of game theory
02:48
The zero-sum games
02:06
The Nash equilibrium
02:05
From zero-sum to the Nash equilibrium
02:49
Section 4: A story with a happy ending
The Nobel Prize
06:14
The prisoner's dilemma
03:42
The evolutionary game
04:09
Game theory and life
04:12
Section 5: Supplements
John Nash: 1994 Nobel Prize for Economics
03:22
The fixed-point theorem
01:47
Conclusion
Article

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