To prove the conclusion set out in "War's Inefficiency Puzzle" that war is inefficient, this lesson converts a practical example into pure algebra.
Still not convinced that war can't be mutually beneficial? This lesson visually demonstrates, with a geometric model, that war is inefficient for both sides.
What sort of offer must Country A make Country B in order to avoid war? Find out by solving a game theory model of the possible strategies for each country.
Why do power shifts lead to war? And what is preventive war? Consider various theories while expanding your knowledge of bargaining and geometric game theory.
How does uncertainty cause war? Learn about the war's inefficiency puzzle in game theory and international relations by examining information problems.
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