Answer to Question #55320 in Microeconomics for mini
(a) Construct the payoff matrix.
(b) What is the non-cooperative (Nash) equilibrium for this game? Explain how you have arrived at this answer.
(c) What is the optimum outcome? Is it likely to be reached? Explain.
(d) What is a “tit-for-tat” strategy? Why is it a rational strategy for the infinitely repeated prisoners’ dilemma?
Lie 50/50 500/0
Player A Honest 0/500 100/100
(b) The non-cooperative (Nash) equilibrium for this game is when both lie (50/50), because both players will afraid to be honest to receive the money.
(c) The optimum outcome is not likely to be reached, because both players think the other to lie.
(d) The tit for tat game theory is an expression in the mathematical area of game theory, relevant to a problem called the iterated prisoner's dilemma. It is a rational strategy for the infinitely repeated prisoners’ dilemma.
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