Redistribution systems theory as a key to reality decoding
The contribution resumes the article called Nash Equilibrium in Redistribution Systems (Calculation, significance, use), published in the magazine ACTA 1/2008. It is based on some general methodological questions of theory development that use mathematical apparatus, where finding an appropriate reality simplification plays an important role. The article then applies these bases to the problem area of redistribution systems theory, which is one of the game variants. It specifies more the expression of discrimination equilibriums and Nash equilibrium, presents the original scheme that enables visualisation of these equilibrium types, extends the model of the elementary redistribution system by considering some influences on the redistribution system. Specifically, these are competition and inter-organisational migration effects; possibility of mutual bribery of players (investing into the position); influence of players from one redistribution system on forming alliances in another system; influence of links between redistribution systems on the negotiation process inside each of them.
Volume (Year): 2 (2008)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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