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Game Theory and Conflict Resolution

Game Theory and Conflict Resolution

Author: Julie Tietz

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will understand the basic ways in which game theory can be used to model conflicts

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Terms to Know

Movement closer to a desired goal in a game.

Game Theory

A theory which interprets human interactions as a set of strategies and actions intended to move individuals closer to attaining goals, in either a collaborative or competitive framework.


Movement away from a desired goal in a game.


In game theory, an action taken with the intent of moving closer to a goal.


A person participating in an interaction or process interpreted as a game.