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An Overview of Teaching Cases on Preventing Collusion in Game Theory

Ling Gai


This paper presents an overview of teaching cases on preventing collusion in Game Theory. Collusion, as a form of cooperation among players aimed at manipulating the game’s outcome, poses significant challenges to the equilibrium and fairness of competitive systems. The paper highlights the importance of anti-collusion measures in Game Theory teaching and practice, emphasizing the need to equip students with the tools and knowledge to identify and combat collusive behaviors. Through illustrative cases, the paper explores various strategies and techniques for preventing collusion, such as designing rules and regulations, promoting competition, and fostering a culture of ethical decision-making. The objective is to contribute to the creation of a more competitive, transparent, and efficient environment by enhancing students’ understanding of collusion and its prevention.


Game Theory Instruction; Strategic Interaction; Decision Analysis; Teaching Practice

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v8i2.12987