First Mover


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First Mover

n
(Philosophy) the Aristotelian conception of God as the unmoved mover of everything else
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In the standard trust game, the first mover can decide to either end the game with both parties receiving $10 or continue the game with the total payoff increased to $40.
Data from the investment game do not allow one to distinguish between first mover transfers resulting from trust and transfers resulting from altruistic other-regarding preferences.
The first mover sends any amount X [less than or equal to] S to the second mover.
They discuss first mover, second mover or imitator, low-cost producer (LCP), and niche.
The Strategic Marketing Initiative Scale developed exhibited high reliability, and has application in assisting management in recognizing marketing areas for first mover advantages.
Pollard: The whole question of first mover advantage, in this technological revolution, scared a lot of people into moving fast a year or two ago.
In that model a randomly selected first mover proposes a government coalition and a precise way of sharing the private benefits associated with being in office within such a coalition.
Proprietary technology which is built into a product can hold competitors at bay and allow the first mover to build up sales and profits.
By viewing book 7 in this light, one sees Aristotle as solving certain difficulties surrounding the science of nature, not as providing a link in an ever tightening argument culminating in a proof of the existence of a first mover.