Identifying effective criteria on game theory in organizations

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As the most important research tool, theories alwaysAs the most important research tool, theories always help researchers; so that by using them they can describe, explain and analyze social phenomena. In recent decades, one of the most widely used study tools that can be mentioned is game theory. Due to its high generalizability, this theory has been widely used in almost all fields of humanities and social sciences, and many social phenomena in which actors are related to each other are described and analyzed using it. The word game, which is used among the general public, includes concepts such as sports games, types of gambling, chess, and betting, and is less commonly used in political, economic, labor relations, etc. In the above folk games, there are two people (two sides) and each of the two sides tries to win, but the result may be a win, lose or draw. What is referred to as that game in game theory is: Interactions (mutual relations) in which there is dependence and mutual connection between the decisions of two (or more) parties. In this research, we seek to identify the effective criteria for game theory in organizations.

Journal of Human Resources and capital Studies, Volume:3 Issue: 1, 2023
144 to 171  
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