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12 (Ultimatum game) Assume that a seller S is trying to sell a good to buyer B. Assume that the interaction has two steps: first seller S offers a price p, and then buyer B reacts to the price. We assume the seller has no value for the good, his payoff is p if the sale occurs, and 0 otherwise. The buyer has a value v for the good, so his payoff is v − p if he buys, and 0 if he does not. Here we are considering a full information game in which seller S is aware of the buyer’s value v, and hence we expect that the seller offers price p just under v, and the buyer buys.
It is not hard to construct a symmetric game whose strategies are all literals (variables and their negations) and whose Nash equilibria are all truth assignments. In other words, if we choose, for each of the n variables, either the variable itself or its negation, and play it with probability n1 , then we get a symmetric Nash equilibrium, and all Nash equilibria of the game are of this sort. It is also easy to add to this game a new pure Nash equilibrium (d, d), with lower utility, where d (for “default”) is a new strategy.
Furthermore, in the subgraph of G induced on A − S ∗ and B − (S ∗ ), all vertices have nonzero degree. proof In the max-flow computed in N for x = x ∗ , the flow going through nodes in S ∗ completely uses up the capacity of edges from (S ∗ ) to t. Therefore, all the flow going through nodes in A − S ∗ must exit via nodes in B − (S ∗ ). 15. Furthermore, a good j ∈ A − S ∗ must have nonzero degree to B − (S ∗ ). Finally, since each buyer i ∈ (B − (S ∗ )) has nonzero degree in G and has no edges to S ∗ , it must have nonzero degree to A − S∗.