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Term from the game theory. If a play is not clearly solvable, because there is no clear equilibrium, different possibilities are possible (see approaches (game theory)). One of it is the **risk dominance**, which examines, which equilibrium to few is risky.

As example the following play: Players 2 L R player 1 U 9.9,0.8 D of 8.0,7.7 as Nash equilibrium surrender (U, L) and (D, R). While (U, L) results in a yield of 9 for both players and therefore Pareto dominant is, (D, R) the **risk dominant factor** is **solution**.

For the following reason: If player selects 1 U, in order the equilibrium (U, L) to reach, he can lose 9 points of yield, if player 2 focuses the equilibrium (D, R). If player selects 1 however D to reach around the equilibrium (D, R) and the other player plays L for (U, L), he can obtain even one point of yield more. Thus contain the equilibrium (D, R) fewer risks and is risikodominant.

We found here **3** related websites.

- An axiomatic theory of a risk dominance measure for bipolar games ...
*Author(s): Selten,Reinhard. Abstract: No abstract is available for this item.* - Risk Dominance Selects the Leader. An Experimental Analysis
*Downloadable ! Author(s): Antonio Cabrales & Walter Garcia Fontes & Massimo Motta. 1997 Abstract: Coordination games arise very often in studies of ...* - Risk-Dominance and Perfect Foresight Dynamics in N-Player Games
*selection by risk-dominance criterion. But their result was restricted to 2*

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