Game Theorist at Maastricht University
Last Updated: April 29, 2021
EPICENTER Spring Course in Epistemic Game Theory and
Workshop "Celebrating 10 Years of EPICENTER"
have been postponed to 2022, because of the COVID-situation.
I am currently working on a new textbook, called "Epistemic Game Theory II: Non-Standard Games".
The purpose is to study games with incomplete information, games with unawareness, and psychological games in a unified way from an epistemic perspective.
I now completed Chapter 3, which is about Nash equilibrium and correlated equilibrium in standard games. I characterize Nash equilibrium by the notion of a simple belief hierarchy (as proposed in my first book on epistemic game theory), and characterize correlated equilibrium by the new notion of a symmetric belief hierarchy.