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Applications of Dynamic Games to Global and Transboundary Environmental Issues: A Review of the Literature

Ngo Van Long, McGill University, Canada, ngo.long@mcgill.ca
 
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Ngo Van Long (2012), "Applications of Dynamic Games to Global and Transboundary Environmental Issues: A Review of the Literature", Strategic Behavior and the Environment: Vol. 2: No. 1, pp 1-59. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/102.00000009

Published: 01 Jan 2012
© 2012 N. Van Long
 
Subjects
Game Theoretic Models/Cooperation/Noncooperation,  Pollution/Abatement
 
Keywords
Q20Q50C73
Differential gamesDynamic gamesEnvironmentNash equilibriumTiming gamesTransboundary pollutionStackelberg equilibrium.
 

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In this article:
Introduction
Differential Games: A Refresher
Capital Flights, Foreign Aid, War and Peace
Transboundary Pollution Games
Transboundary Fisheries
Conclusion and Remarks on Possible Extensions
References

Abstract

This paper surveys three areas of applications of dynamic games: (i) transboundary pollution, (ii) exploitation of transboundary resources, and (iii) problems of the developing world: capital flights, foreign aid, war and peace. A refresher section introduces the basic ideas and solution techniques in differential games.

DOI:10.1561/102.00000009