The prisoners’ dilemma is a two-person game illustrating that a. the cooperative outcome could be…

The prisoners’ dilemma is a two-person game illustrating that a. the cooperative outcome could be worse for both people than the Nash equilibrium. b. even if the cooperative outcome is better than the Nash equilibrium for one person, it might be worse for the other. c. even if cooperation is better than the Nash equilibrium, each person might have an incentive not to cooperate. d. rational, self-interested individuals will naturally avoid the Nash equilibrium because it is worse for both of them

 

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