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dc.contributor.authorKonyukhovskiy, Pavel V.-
dc.contributor.authorHolodkova, Victoria V.-
dc.identifier.citationKonyukhovskiy, P. V., & Holodkova, V. V. (2017). Application of game theory in the analysis of economic and political interaction at the international level. Contributions to Game Theory and Management, 10(0), 143-161.en_GB
dc.descriptionCollected papers presented on the Tenth International Conference Game Theory and Management / Editors Leon A. Petrosyan, Nikolay A. Zenkevich. – SPb.: Saint Petersburg State University, 2017. – 404 p.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThe main objective of the work is to consider possible approaches to the application of the theory of cooperative games for the simulation of the relationship between the major centers of economic and political influence in the modern world. The authors discuss three main interval repositioning of political forces in the world until 2008, from 2008 to 2014 and after 2014. Model presented in the building on political cooperation are intended to reflect the economic component of this interaction on the world market. The results are subject to more detailed content analysis. Special attention is paid to the issues of construction of characteristic functions for cooperative games, the underlying model interaction of the centers of political forces. In particular, the technique of construction of characteristic function, involving the use of baskets, constructible on currencies of countries coming together in a coalition.en_GB
dc.publisherSaint Petersburg State Universityen_GB
dc.subjectcooperative gamesen_GB
dc.subjectcooperative models interaction of the international centers of poweren_GB
dc.subjectstochastic cooperative gamesen_GB
dc.subjectShapley valueen_GB
dc.titleApplication of Game Theory in the Analysis of Economic and Political Interaction at the International Levelen_GB
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