Nash Equilibrium in Elementary System of Redistribution Calculation, Weight, Application
AbstractA redistribution system is any social system as organization, company or institution is where the redistribution of payments of players in comparison with their performance happens. The very important role is played by constitutions of alliances created in this system. Modeling of essential three players redistribution system as well as identifying and calculating the forms of equilibrium (discriminatory or Nash) provide the key for analysis of a real individual or group behavior including problems of its stability and chaining of other social systems. The theory of redistribution systems, as an original extension, comes out of the “game theory” and it has numerous practical applications.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by University of Finance and Administration in its journal ACTA VSFS.
Volume (Year): 2 (2008)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Game Theory; Theory of Redistribution Systems; Redistribution Equation; Coalition; Bargaining; Pareto Optionality; Nash Equilibrium;
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