Games Indians Play: Why We are the Way We are

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Penguin Books, 2006 - Economics - 170 pages
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Intending to understand the Indianness of Indians - perhaps the most intelligent people in the world, but also, to a dispassionate eye, among the most baffling - this work uses the props of game theory and behavioural economics to provide an insight into this most difficult question: why are we the way we are?

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User Review  - ecoprob - LibraryThing

Notes on the book and NOT a review. Goodreads has a really low character count for reasons I don't understand. Prisoners dilemna/squeal rationalisation. Privately smart, publicly dumb. Reward ... Read full review

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User Review  - ganesh.kudva.groups - LibraryThing

had high expectations - but, no insight offered in this book about the Indian psyche. The book lacks depth, sounds hollow and re-uses others quotes analysis liberally for entertainment. Read full review

Contents

WHY ARE WE THE WAY WE ARE?
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ON INTELLIGENCE AND RATIONALITY
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ITERATIVE PRISONERS DILEMMA AND
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