There are many game theory simulations available online to supplement lectures and cases. If you have limited class time or are teaching a distance course, these simulations can be especially valuable because, unlike video lectures or PowerPoint voice overs, these are quite interactive. Here are some examples:
- GameTheory.net has a variety of different simulations from a straight Prisoner’s dilemma to repeated and multiplayer games.
- Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma simulation
- Spread of defection strategy over time
If you really need a video, this one from Greg Mankiw’s page should work. See also the classic Dilbert Prisoner’s Dilemma video.
Contributed by Russ Coff