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The Attack and Defense Games

Sheremeta, Roman (2018): The Attack and Defense Games. Forthcoming in: Behavioral and Brain Sciences

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Abstract

The attack and defense game is a game in which an attacker (a group of attackers) has an incentive to revise the status quo and a defender (a group of defenders) wants to protect it. The asymmetry in objectives creates incompatible interests and results in a mixed-strategy Nash equilibrium. However, this equilibrium could be heavily impacted by behavioral considerations.

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