Game theory is a mathematical approach to studying decision making that can help explain and address social problems. It tends to focus, most often, on the choice between competition and cooperation. Since games often reflect or share characteristics with real situations -- especially competitive or cooperative situations -- they can suggest strategies for dealing with such circumstances. Just as we may be able to understand the strategy of players in a particular game, we may also be able to predict how people, political factions, or states will behave in a given real situation.
The purpose of this module is to share the theory and practical aspects of Game Theory to its audience. Game Theory which involves a scientific, more specifically a mathematical approach for the resolution of social issues, allows the practitioners to take a wide angle of the underlying issues or conflicts so that a practical decision can be reached favouring all the players/stakeholders that are involved in the situation. Structure of the Module
The module consists of the following three sections:
1. Epistemology (for trainers)
2. Training Programme
3. Detailed Activities under the Training Programme
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