School of Mathematical Sciences

The Banach-Tarsky paradox and Bayesian games menu

The Banach-Tarsky paradox and Bayesian games

Speaker: 
Robert Simon (LSE)
Date/Time: 
Tue, 01/12/2009 - 17:00
Room: 
M203
Seminar series: 

(Note non-standard day and time and room.)

 

The Banach-Tarsky paradox and Bayesian games

There is a three-person non-zero-sum Bayesian games without a measurable equilibrium.
 However all zero-sum Bayesian games have equilibria. Do all Bayesian games have epsilon equilibria for every positive epsilon? Do they have finitely additively measurable equilibria? What about two-person games? The main arguments come from ergodic theory.