Game Theory in the Social Sciences: Concepts and Solutions, Volume 1

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MIT Press, 1982 - Economics - 514 pages
Models and their uses; Decision makers; The rules of the game: extensive and strategic forms; Individual preferences and utility; Characteristic function, core, and stable sets; The value solution; Two-person zero-sum-games; Noncooperative solutions to non-constant-sum games; Other noncooperative solutions and their applications; Further cooperative solution concepts; On the applications of game theory.

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