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Strategic interactions exist in a multitude of settings and are very important when individuals or firms engage in bargaining, conflict or competition because every decision may have negative consequences, if not properly considered. Examples of such interactions include firms competing for market share or engaging in legal disputes, politicians designing political campaigns, and bidders participating in auctions. 

Together with PhD-trained experts from Erasmus University Rotterdam, ECRi performs deep industry analyses and uses game theory to help private and public organizations identify their options and develop plans for various strategic interactions. More specifically, we provide advice in:

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