alexa On the Use of Games Theory in Financial Studies: The Case of Mixed Strategy Equilibrium

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On the Use of Games Theory in Financial Studies: The Case of Mixed Strategy Equilibrium

Since the 1980s, there has been an increasing use of games theory in the field of finance, including stock and forex trading. The standard assumption of perfect competition was challenged. Analysis with the assumption of strategic interactions which uses games theory implicitly or explicitly becomes more popular. The use of games theory in the field of finance brings many new insights and should definitely be encouraged. But it also means that finance specialists need to be familiar with a new field of knowledge. Furthermore, one should also caution that games theory itself is a relatively new field and many of the game theoretic solution concepts are still being researched, refined and revised, and are not without controversy.

On the Use of Games Theory in Financial Studies: The Case of Mixed Strategy Equilibrium

 
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