In the great British game show, Golden Balls, contestants must decide whether to cooperate with each other or be devious. The dramatic outcome of the game (replicated here) is that one will still and the other will be honest. This variant of the game has a unique twist to ensure cooperation.
The classic scene from A Beautiful Mind when Nash (Russell Crowe) and Co. are discussing governing dynamics. While not completely accurate, it does serve as a nice introduction to game theory.
12 strangers, divided into pairs must find the other person in New York City with only $100 and no idea who they’re looking for. This simultaneous game gives student a peek into a different type of game compared to what is traditionally taught in a principles course. The idea of common perceptions is that even though we all come from different backgrounds, we tend to focus on the same landmarks when trying to make decisions.
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