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THE THEORY OF GAMES IN STRATEGY

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Author(s): Sílvio Cesar Ávila

Journal: Perspectivas Contemporâneas
ISSN 1980-0193

Volume: 1;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 101;
Date: 2006;
Original page

Keywords: theory of games | deliberated strategy | competing exclusion | strategic process

ABSTRACT
The theory of games, as a basic model for studying the human behavior in economy, is shown as a choice for the strategies; it tries to prescribe an excellent strategy. The aim of this paper is to show clearly some concepts of this theory as a tool to the deliberated strategy of the organizations. The strategy, seen as a process and deliberated is the basis of this study, which shows the theory of games approaches, starting with the concepts of the classical games theory, the dilemma of prisoners, the work of Nash and his model of balance in economy and competitiveness. The principle of the Gause´s competing exclusion is presented as a possibility in understanding the environment and the information for the strategic decision, as well as we call the attention for the competing coexistence, by having the differentiation as its basis. Being mainly theoretical and exploratory, the article demands empirical researches, intending to analyze the applicability of the games theory as an efficient tool of the strategic process.
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