Class Material

Experimental and Evolutionary Game Theory: Course Syllabus

Bounds of Reason: Game Theory and the Unification of the Behavioral Sciences

Game Theory Evolving: Preface

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 1: Probability Theory

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 2: Bayesian Decision Theory

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 3: Game Theory: Basic Concepts

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 6: Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibria

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 10: Evolutionarily Stable Strategies

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 11: Dynamical Systems

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 12: Evolutionary Dynamics

Game Theory Evolving, Ch. 13: Stochastic Dynamical Systems

Game Theory Evolving: Table of Symbols

Game Theory Evolving: Answers

Game Theory Evolving: Bibliography and Index

Stable Evolutionary Equilibria (Mathematica notebooks, zipped)

A Reconnaissance Game (Mathematica notebook)

Evolutionary Stability and Evolutionary Equilibrium (Mathematica notebook)

Equilibrium and Stability (Mathtematica notebook)

Do Dominated Strategies Survive? (Mathematica notebook)

Dynamics of Rock-Paper-Scissors and Related Games (Mathematica notebook)

Trust in Networks (Mathematica notbook)

Rock-Paper-Scissors (Mathematica notebook)

The Hawk-Dove Game (Mathematica notebook)

Matching Pennies (Mathematica notebook)

Properties of Evolutionary Stable Strategies (Mathematica notebook)

Introduction to Mathematica

A Mathematica Tutorial

Fifteen Small Scale Socities (PowerPoint)

Vernon Smith, Theory and Experiment: What are the Questions?

Steven D. Levitt and John A List, What Do Laboratory Experiments Tell Us About the Real World?

Bateson et al, Cues of being watched enhance cooperation in a real-world setting

Peter Hedstrom and Richard Swedberg: Rational Choice, Empirical Research, and the Sociological Tradition

Josesph Henrich et al., Experimental Games in Fifteen Small Scale Societies

Symmetric Coordination Game (Mathematica notebook)

Elementary ESS (Mathematica notebook)

Poker with Bluffing (Mathematica Notebook)