Classroom Games: a Prisoner’s Dilemma

Abstract

Game theory is often introduced in undergraduate courses in the context of a prisoner’s dilemma paradigm, which illustrates the conflict between social incentives to cooperate and private incentives to defect. We present a very simple card game that efficiently involves a large number of students in a prisoner’s dilemma. The extent of cooperation is… (More)

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