dominant strategy

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A strategy for one party in a game which gives results at least as good for them as any other, whatever strategy the opponent adopts. If strategy A dominates strategy B there is no point in using B. The determination of the equilibrium of a game can be simplified by recursively eliminating dominated strategies.

Subjects: Economics.

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