Pareto Optimality and Nash Equilibrium
Pareto optimality and Nash equilibrium are two standard solution concepts for cooperative and noncooperative games, respectively. At the outset, these concepts are incompatible [2,3]. But, on the other hand, there are particular games in which Nash equilibria turn out to be Pareto optimal, for instance [1,5,6].
In this talk we introduce several classes of discrete–time and differential games with Pareto–optimal Nash equilibria. These classes include deterministic and stochastic dynamic games. Our presentation is partly based on 
Onésimo Hernández‐Lerma CINVESTAV‐IPN, Mexico