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A_Course_in_Game_Theory_-_Martin_J._Osborne 24

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Page 8 Notes Von Neumann and Morgenstern (1944) is the classic work in game theory. Luce and Raiffa (1957) is an early textbook; although now out-of-date, it contains superb discussions of the basic concepts in the theory. Schelling (1960) provides a verbal discussion of some of the main ideas of the theory. A number of recent books cover much of the material in this book, at approximately the same level: Shubik (1982), Moulin (1986), Friedman (1990), Kreps (1990a, Part III), Fudenberg and Tirole (1991a), Myerson (1991), van Damme (1991), and Binmore (1992). Gibbons (1992) is a more elementary introduction to the subject.
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Unformatted text preview: Aumann (1985b) contains a discussion of the aims and achievements of game theory, and Aumann (1987b) is an account of game theory from a historical perspective. Binmore (1987/88) is a critical discussion of game theory that makes the distinction between the steady state and deductive interpretations. Kreps (1990b) is a reflective discussion of many issues in game theory. For an exposition of the theory of rational choice see Kreps (1988)....
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