Theory of Games and Economic Behavior 
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User Review  HadriantheBlind  LibraryThingOne of the titanic founding works of Game Theory. Requires an extensive background of mathematics to understand, but it is very comprehensive, covering many types of games (including a version of ... Read full review
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Contents
CHAPTER I  1 
Qualitative Discussion of the Problem of Rational Behav  8 
Solutions and Standards  31 
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