Giacomo Bonanno
31 Youtube Videos of lectures based on the Game Theory book

 # Name Duration (mins) TOPICS LINK 1 (Chapter 2 of textbook) 1 01A 30 Split or Steal, Difference between Game-Frame and Game First mention of strict/weak dominance https://youtu.be/y90km53pGMA 2 01B 48 Example of 3-player game.  Strict/weak dominance.  Second-price auction https://youtu.be/yRSk2Frynts 3 01C 47 IDSDS and IDWDS procedures.  Nash equilibrium. https://youtu.be/W5Rua3MsC8A 4 01D 27 The grade-request game. Example of auction  with coin toss for tie breaking. Risk neutrality. https://youtu.be/EAMg4gQ-4ZA . 2 (Chapter 3 of textbook) 5 02A 23 Ultimatum game with various preferences. Centipede game with various preferences https://youtu.be/MuRnwMywP9A 6 02B 30 More PI games: divorce game, race to 38, Selten's Chain-store game. https://youtu.be/9lBE7kmkLiY 7 02C 46 End of PI games: multiple BI, strategy, relationship between BI and NE https://youtu.be/nbBfORtT1MQ . 3 (Chapter 4 of textbook) 8 03A 36 Imperfect information. Strategies. Strategic form associated with imperfect information game. https://youtu.be/2A7rD_yJYH8 9 03B 24 Games with chance moves. Risk neutrality again. https://youtu.be/LYjFylFatlw The opening slide says "Video # 8" but it is actually Video # 9. Error in this video (03B), about 16min20sec: in the calculation for (AB, C),  I wrote 4* 1/2  + 12 * 3/4  = 11 whereas it should have been 1/4 * 4 + 3/4 *12 = 10. 10 03C 31 Subgames and subgame-perfect equilibrium. https://youtu.be/n9oKeRynZI4 11 03D 30 More on SPE: existence, multiplicity, when = NE https://youtu.be/wcptDXDeX2E . 4 (Chapter 5 of textbook) 12 04A 34 Uncertainty in games. Expected Utility Theorem 1 https://youtu.be/UG9LJr8DMcw 13 04B 60 Expected Utility Theorem 2. Normalization. Examples of games. https://youtu.be/IkG1a7F_oX8 There is an error in Example 2 in video 13 (04B), about 7 minutes in. There are two equivalent ways of fixing it:  either change B > A into A > B and then all the calculations are correct,   or keep B > A but then reverse the inequality from a+c > 2b to a+c<2b. What the calculations show is that A is better than B if and only if C is better than D (alternatively, B is better than A if and only if D is better than C). 14 04C 26 Money lotteries and attitudes to risk. https://youtu.be/L_3Ky7OqEfM . 5 (Chapters  6 and 7 of textbook) 15 05A 44 Mixed-strategy extension/Nash equilibrium https://youtu.be/MOsPW3fL_h4 16 05B 35 More on mixed-strategy equilibria https://youtu.be/9IaqrOXsChQ In video 16 (05B), at around the 5 min mark, there is a typo: it says that if Player 1 switches to C then his payoff increases from 2 to 4, when in fact it increases from 3 to 4. 17 05C 32 Behavioral strategies. SPE when payoffs are cardinal https://youtu.be/JVy8ZwL1bA8 18 05D 31 More on SPE in cardinal games https://youtu.be/iq1THIeYABM . 6 (Chapters 9, 11, and 12  of textbook) 19 06A 36 Problems with SPE. Assessments, sequential rationality and reachable information sets https://youtu.be/5Ipl9MnNXIk In video 19 (06A), at around the 30 min mark, both D and E were highlighted, but E was highlighted in error (it has probability zero): only D should have been highlighted. 20 06B 39 Bayes' rule https://youtu.be/bXTfp_vIbuY 21 06C 39 Back to Weak Sequential Equilibrium. https://youtu.be/W-R1EZZdReQ 22 06D 45 How to find WSE https://youtu.be/KIJS-ESLMXQ In video 22 (06D), at minute 20 I say and write that T is not sequentially rational (at the left node), whereas I should have said and written that B is not sequentially rational. 23 06E 46 Sequential equilibrium https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFisHg46pkw . 7 (Chapter 8 of textbook) 24 07A 18 The story of the 3 hats https://youtu.be/qh4aF2dGlJA 25 07B 33 Individual knowledge https://youtu.be/FRZVCpc5lFQ There is an error in video 24 (07B) at minute 30:16. After (correctly) writing that KF = {c,d,e} I wrote that notKF (that is, the complement of KF) is {a,b,c} while obviously it is {a,b}. This mistake was corrected later at minute 31:32. 26 07C 55 Interactive knowledge https://youtu.be/fTKqrMe2BU0 There is an error in video 25 (07C) at minute12:20 I say "singleton h", meaning to say "singleton d", and then I proceed to correctly write "d". 27 07D 43 Common knowledge https://youtu.be/OS5jtvMlIOc . 8 (Chapter 14 of textbook) 28 08A 50 One-sided incomplete information in static games https://youtu.be/5bpFrz1ipsg 29 08B 38 Two-sided incomplete information. Common prior https://youtu.be/8XC6_aeRZ0A 30 08C 40 More on two-sided incomplete information https://youtu.be/eWJBpR6QSBo 31 08D 75 Dynamic games of incomplete information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PlEOHUlas0 .