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    Title: 正面與負面攻擊策略的競選賽局
    The Game of Positive and Negative Campaigning in Political Elections
    Authors: 蔡宜樺
    Tsai, Yi-Hua
    Contributors: 王智賢
    Wang, Jue-Shyan
    Tsai, Yi-Hua
    Keywords: 競選策略
    campaign strategy
    positive activity
    negative activity
    Nash equilibrium
    subgame perfect equilibrium
    sequential equilibrium
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-08-03 18:15:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在台灣的選舉,各政黨參選人為了爭取機會,讓自己能夠在競爭激烈的選舉當中脫穎而出,如何贏得勝利就取決於他們所選取的策略,競選的過程中有正面攻擊與負面攻擊兩種策略,至於選擇採取何種策略就看參選人評估自己的效益後再做決定。本文使用三種賽局模型分析在一場政治選舉中,當參選人競選能力不同時,面臨各種情況下,會如何做出選擇。根據各情況所求得的均衡結果,我們可以得到不論在哪種競選賽局,參選人都是根據正面與負面效益的強度做決定,正面效益較強時採取正面攻擊,負面效益較強則採取負面攻擊,至於當兩者效益相當時,會選擇採取正面與負面攻擊的混合策略,由結果可以看到,參選人採用的攻擊策略與決策先後順序、各型態出現的機率大小等皆無關。
    In Taiwan, every candidate from each political party wants to win the leadership of government in a highly competitive election. However, the outcome depends on the strategy they choose. There are two kinds of strategies in the election process, “positive” and “negative” activity. The candidates will take the final decision after evaluate their own benefits. Considering the different campaign ability of each candidate, this paper uses three types of game model to analyze how the candidates make choices under all circumstances in a political election. According to the equilibrium results, we concluded that the candidates make a decision on the basis of the degree of positive and negative benefits. They would take positive actions when the positive benefit is stronger, otherwise they take negative actions. When the benefits of positive and negative actions are equal, they choose mixed strategies. Moreover, the attack strategies adopted by the candidates have nothing to do with the sequence of the decision and the probability of each strategic type.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0107255025
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202000985
    Appears in Collections:[財政學系] 學位論文

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