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– Kreps (1988) : “Notes on the Theory of Choice” – Kreps (1996) : “Le¸ cons de th´ eorie micro´ economique”, Section 2.1 et Chapitre 3 – Mas-Colell et al. (1995) : “Microeconomic Theory”, Sections 1.A, 1.B, 3.C, et Chapitre 6 – Myerson (1991) : “Game Theory”, Chapitre 1
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