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  1. Games for Business and Economics by Roy Gardner, 2003-01-23
  2. Game Theory for the Social Sciences (Studies in Game Theory and Mathematical Economics) by Herve Moulin, 1986-10-01
  3. Evolutionary Game Theory, Natural Selection, and Darwinian Dynamics by Thomas L. Vincent, Joel S. Brown, 2005-07-11
  4. Choice Theory: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Michael Allingham, 2002-11-28
  5. Games, Theory and Applications (Dover Books on Mathematics) by L. C. Thomas, 2003-12-08
  6. Negotiation Games (Routledge Advances in Game Theory, 002.) by Steven Brams, 2003-04-04
  7. Theory Games for Windows/Macintosh (Version 2.0) -- Levels 1a, 1b, 2 by Willard Palmer, Morton Manus, et all 1995-09
  8. Game Theory: Decisions, Interaction and Evolution (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series) by James N. Webb, 2006-10-31
  9. Games People Play by Eric Md Berne, 1985-03-12
  10. Games of Strategy, Second Edition by Avinash K. Dixit, Susan Skeath, 2004-04
  11. Fixed Point Theorems with Applications to Economics and Game Theory by Kim C. Border, 1989-07-28
  12. Game Theory: Mathematical Models of Conflict (Horwood Series in Mathematics & Applications) by A. J. Jones, 2000-03
  13. Chance: The life of games and the game of life by Joaquim P. Marques de Sá, 2008-03-01
  14. Poker strategy: Winning with game theory by Nesmith C Ankeny, 1982

101. Game Theory
It sounds like a mix of holiday and school, but game theory is morelike a Friday night at the haunted house. game theory It sounds
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It sounds like a mix of holiday and school, but game theory is more like a Friday night at the haunted house. Created by Tormod Guldvog
Last updated September 14 2001 In fact, game theory is a field which combines philosophy and math to work out ways to solve classic games. The result is insight into how strategies are formed when people interact, which is very useful in real life scenarios.
Take a simple example: Imagine that you live in an area where there is a market to sell 1000 bottles of water, and there are two companies competing with a similar product. What happens if one of them charges half the price for the bottle? Does it win the market? Or does it actually lose, considering it only makes half as much money? Where does the rest of the money go?
A simple case, of course. But game theory is important in fields like economics, where players are huge companies and the prize is your money.

102. OBJECTIVE: Christian Game Theory
game theory. Godly US Flag Proposal. OBJECTIVE Christian game theory. With Diamond Jack Holgroth, Game Theoretician. What Is game theory?
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"Diamond" Jack Holgroth is a Game Theoretician formerly of the Department of Defense and currently teaching at Fellowship University. He is also a member of the National Association of Christian Game Theoreticians and a certified Vexillologist.
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What Is Game Theory?
I have found that when I tell my fellow Christians that I am a Game Theoretician that most of them do not know what this means. Some think that it has something to do with sports medicine while others mistakenly accuse me of being a professional gambler! This is most unfortunate, since if more Christians were aware of the scientific field of Game Theory which is what a Game Theoretician studies then they would be better able to apply apologetics when dealing with non-Christians and would also gain an understand of the logic behind many of the Lord's Truths.

103. Jim Ratliff's Graduate-level Course In Game Theory
Lecture notes from graduate level game theory course, taught to 2ndyear PhD economics students; clear, detailed, and rigorous.
Jim Ratliff's Graduate-Level Course in Game Theory
Here are lecture notes from a game-theory course I taught to students in their second year of the economics PhD program at the University of Arizona during the 1992-1997 period. The material presented would also be helpful to first-year PhD students learning game theory as part of their microeconomic-theory sequence, as well as to advanced undergraduates learning game theory. I consider the exposition detailed, rigorous, and self-contained. I no longer teach game theory, so these notes are currently frozen in this state. I'm making them available here because I still get requests for them. I have not updated them to reflect recent advances. I also won't be correcting any errors (though I hope that most of them have already been caught!) or adding any topics. I would be very interested in and appreciate hearing from anyone who downloads them and finds them useful. Also I may eventually post problem sets and their solutions. Let me know if you'd like to be notified of such changes. Please email me These notes are in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (.pdf). You can read them with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

104. James Propp Home Page
University of Wisconsin at Madison. Combinatorics, game theory, probability theory and dynamical systems. Preprint and teaching material.
James Propp
Office: 813 Van Vleck
Phone: 608-263-5148
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Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:50-11:50 a.m. in 813 Van Vleck
and Tuesdays, 2:00-3:00 p.m. at State Street Steep and Brew.
Also available by appointment.
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I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison . To see some articles by members of the department, click here My research interests are in combinatorics, probability, and dynamical systems. Preprints and reprints of many of my articles are available on-line, as are slides from some of my talks. You can look at my resume (last updated August 2002) as either a Postscript file or pdf file to find out more about what I do, and you can look at my most recent grant proposal (entitled "Integrable Recurrence Relations and Combinatorics") to find out (some of) what I want to do next. Also available is software related to my interest in the "vant" (a cellular automaton invented by Chris Langton) and its variants, and my interest in enumeration of tilings. I am currently teaching Math 475 (Introduction to Combinatorics, Spring 2004).

105. TU Wroclaw IMath - Game Theory
Institute of Mathematics. game theory and Mathematical Economics. Applicationsof the game theory and stochastic processes in finance theory and insurance.
Institute of Mathematics
Game Theory and Mathematical Economics
The research group members Former group member
  • Jerzy Legut
Current research activities and projects include:
  • Equilibria in the following classes of dynamic games:
    • (a) stochastic games with a continuum of states,
    • (b) games related with optimal stopping problem,
    • (c) strategic market games.
  • The theory of value for cooperative games including the weighted Shapley values and their applications in resource allocation procedure.
  • Applications of the game theory and stochastic processes in finance theory and insurance.
Recent publications of the group:
  • A.S.Nowak Universally measurable strategies in zero-sum stochastic games Ann. Probab. , pp.269-287.
  • J. Legut Market games with a continuum of indivisible commodities J.Game Theory , pp.1-7.
  • A.S.Nowak ,T.E.S. Raghavan Existence of stationary correlated equilibria with symmetric information for discounted stochastic games Math. Oper. Res. , pp.519-526.
  • 106. Grand Coalition
    Provides information and resources about research in cooperative and noncooperative game theory with an emphasis on coalition formation.
    the GRAND COALITION web site has moved to The Grand Coalition web site was created by Rod Garratt and Guillaume Haeringer in September of 2000.

    107. SOSIG: Game Theory
    SOSIG Home Help SOSIG Home, game theory, Editor Biz/ed, British Library, Universityof Newcastle upon Tyne. Browse this resource, Chronology of game theory,
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    Resource Type Search in whole catalogue current section Top 50 sites in Economics Advanced Search Thesauri Map of the Economics section Browse Related Sections Decision Theory Economic Systems and Theories Microeconomics Strategic Management Internet Resources Listed By Type alphabetically Europe UK For a short description click the title. To access the resource directly click Editor's Choice (key resources in this subject) John Nash: Genius, Nobel and Schizophrenia Bibliographic Databases Up Annotated bibliography on the evolution of cooperation Books/Book Equivalents Up Complexity of Cooperation Economics and Language by Ariel Rubinstein Companies Up Andy Denis: Research Interests Market Design Inc.

    108. Von_Neumann
    built a solid framework for quantum mechanics, worked in game theory, pioneers of computer science and von Neumann algebras.
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    109. Economics Course In International Trade: Application Of Game Theory To Internati
    Application of game theory to International Trade. game theory is a general mathematicalanalysis to investigate the strategic interactions among players.
    International Trade
    Application of Game Theory to International Trade
    Game Theory is a general mathematical analysis to investigate the strategic interactions among players. The structure of a game is as follows:
  • In our examples, we will assume that there are two players, and that each has two choices. We assume that the players are selfish (operate in their own best interests) and rational (choose the best options available). A strategy is the object that a player can control. A payoff is the profit from a given pair of choices.
    In our examples, we use the notation ( m n ) to indicate a payoff of m to player 1 and n to player 2 as a result of a particular pair of choices. An equilibrium point is a pair of choices (one by each player) where neither player can improve their own position by changing their choice unilaterally.
  • Application and Examples
    Games with Dominant Strategy Equilibrium
  • Cartel Prisoner's Dilemma Application to International Economics: Free Trade and Protection

  • Games with Nash Equilibrium
  • Battle of the Sexes Game of Chicken

  • Strategic Trade Policies using Game Theory
  • Airbus and Boeing Monopolist and New Entrant in the World Market Imperfect Information

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    110. European Voting Games
    Resources for the applications of game theory to the European Eunion's decisionmaking processes.
    Welcome to the web site of
    European Voting Games
    Game theory for assessing
    European Union decision-making
    Table of Contents
    Jesús Mario Bilbao Arrese
    Julio R. Fernández García
    University of Seville
    University of Seville
    The European Council in Niza (December 2000) considered the following topics:
    • Size and composition of the European Commission. Weighting of votes in the Council (re-weighting, introduction of a dual majority and threshold for qualified-majority decision-making). Possible extension of qualified-majority voting in the Council.
    Applicant Countries of Central and Eastern Europe
    and EU Member States (Basic Data)
    Documents and Reports

    111. Game Theory 101 - Part I
    The Games Journal A boardgaming monthly. game theory 101 Part I.Jonathan Degann. Posted October, 2003. Tell Me A Story. How a story
    Game Theory 101 - Part I Jonathan Degann Posted October, 2003
    Tell Me A Story. How a story arc helps make a game great. 
    Gaming magazines and websites are rich with game reviews that tell us about what made that game great. There has been very little written more generally about the art of the game. What are the characteristics of games that elevate a fun pastime into a rich experience? In this series of articles called "Game Theory" I will look at some great games in the same ways that people have looked at movies, music and books to find those special qualities that make a game extraordinary. The inferior examples of games I'll use in this series are perfectly good games, but ones that lack the spark that these qualities provide.
    Story Arc
    What I call Story Arc in a game is the quality of having the situations and decisions metamorphose during the course of a single game so that the player has the experience of participating in a story with a wide sweep. When a game has a beginning, middle and an end, it is more than just a series of decisions. The entire game is an adventure in which the players and the pieces are characters. A game does not need a theme to have a Story Arc. The story comes from the changing demands that the players face as their positions develop. Three games that exemplify this are

    112. Open Options: Application Of Game Theory To Strategic Business Issues
    Applies game theory to the management of strategic issues.

    113. Math Forum: Game Theory / Linear / Non-Linear
    Internet resources for game theory and linear or nonlinear programming Websites, software, Internet projects, and public forums for discussion.
    Game Theory, Linear/Non-Linear Programming
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    discrete math
    Advanced Topics analysis calculus diff. equations game theory discrete math geometry (coll.) geometry (adv.) linear algebra modern algebra num. analysis
    This list contains some of the best resources for game theory and linear and non-linear programming. For a more exhaustive list, or to find materials that fit your specific needs, see also the Forum's Internet Mathematics Library: Operations Research.
    CPLEX Optimization, Inc. - ILOG, Inc.
    A provider of large-scale mathematical programming software and services for linear, mixed integer, and quadratic programming. Products: a linear ...
    David Eppstein's Teaching - David Eppstein
    Archives of Information and Computer Science courses in computational statistics, computability, design and analysis of algorithms, computational ...
    Decision Tree for Optimization Software - Hans D. Mittelmann, P. Spellucci
    Information on optimization software and optimization research, including links to a dictionary, tutorials, testcases, interfaces, and ...

    114. Dynamic Game Theory Syllabus
    4,4, 0,6. 6,0, 1,1. Dynamic game theory Syllabus. by David K. Levine. This classstudies noncooperative game theory, especially the theory of dynamic games.
    Dynamic Game Theory Syllabus
    by David K. Levine top readings assignments ... contact This class studies noncooperative game theory, especially the theory of dynamic games. The basic noncooperative notions of dominance, Nash equilibrium, correlated equilibrium, subgame perfection, trembling hand perfection and sequentiality will be reviewed. Other possible topics include dynamic models of learning, reputation, repeated games, bargaining and mechanism design. Depth of understanding will be emphasized at the expense of breadth of coverage. There will be several practice problem sets , an essay problem set , a final exam and a paper. The practice problems will be graded on the basis of whether you made an effort to do the problems and not whether or not you got the right answers. The correct answers will be discussed in class or review session, or answers will be circulated. The essay problem set will be a single question which you will answer in the form of a 2-3 page typewritten paper. Equal weight will be placed on doing the problem sets, on the final and on the paper. The paper should be 5-10 pages, and would typically consist of a review of 2-3 papers related to topics discussed in the course and on a subject of interest to you. You should see me in my office at the earliest possible time to discuss possible topics. You are encouraged to use your own previous work as a starting point for the paper for this class.

    115. Systematic Political Science: Home
    A former Airborne Ranger Army officer explains how systematic political science uses game theory in unifying theology, epistemology, psychology, sociology and eschatology for nationstate analysis and predictions.
    FAQ ... CONTACT Systematic political science is a beneficiary of deductively unifying anthropocentric academic disciplines. They generally include theology, epistemology, psychology, sociology and eschatology. Those fields of systematic study are simplified by game theory methods which analyze the decision making possibilities of individuals. The decisions/behavior of individuals contribute to collective societal decisions/behavior which create First, Second or Third World systems/cycles. All three models can then be appropriately applied to specific nation-states. References, such as the country studies Area Handbook Series published by The American University, would be helpful in this regard. However, the objective here is to teach the fundamentals of political science. It is recommended that the ten page article be read first. Next, integrated game theory/elements, factors and variables should be studied paying special attention to symbols. At this point, political systems/cycles can be better understood. Lastly, test your ability by analyzing a specific nation-state. Most will need to cover the material several times. Remember patience is a virtue. For website problems please contact the webmaster at

    116. Satellite Conference 31
    game theory and Applications. Qingdao University, Qingdao, Aug. 1417,2002.Topics Stochastic Games,; Repeated Games,; Games on Networks
    Welcome What's New General Information Organization ... FAQ
    Game Theory and Applications
    Qingdao University, Qingdao, Aug. 14-17,2002 Topics:
    • Stochastic Games, Repeated Games, Games on Networks, Value and Power Indexes, Solutions of Cooperative Games, Sequential Coalition Formation, Bargaining and Implementation, Nash Equilibria and its Refinements, Voting, Equilibria of Extensive Games, Fair Division and Allocation, Computational Methods, Cooperative Solutions, Dynamic Bargaining Models, Dynamic Games Modeling in Economics, Dynamic Games in Telecommunication, Games in Finance and Marketing, Pursuit-Evasion Games, Search Games, Cooperative Dynamic Games, Nonzero-sum Differential Games
    Academic Committee:
    Robert John Aumann (Honorary Chairperson), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem , Israel
    Leon A.Petrosjan (Chairperson), Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
    Haurie Alain , University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
    Eitan Altman , INRIA, France
    Martino Bardi , University of Pardova, Pardova, Italy

    117. EconoPundit
    Tuesday, April 27, 2004 More on game theory. Apparently my personal issueswith game theory resonate quite noticeably in certain circles.
    EconoPundit Economic News and Views
    Friday, April 30, 2004 While other prance around the fire talking gibberish...
    Paul Krugman
    I don't have a plan for Iraq. I strongly suspect, however, that all the plans you hear now are irrelevant. If America's leaders hadn't made so many bad decisions, they might have had a chance to shape Iraq to their liking. But that window closed many months ago. Link posted by Steve Antler : 8:55 AM As it continues to crumble... George Will
    The results of elections, including theocratic elements, may be markedly unlovely. That may break the big hearts of those in the U.S. government who hope for a luminously liberal democracy to shame the entire Middle East into emulation, thereby justifying the war originally justified primarily by the threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. But pursuit of that ideal can impede achievement of something tolerable: a stable, perhaps illiberal, even authoritarian Iraq which cooperates in the war against terrorism. Call this an exit strategy. Link posted by Steve Antler : 8:53 AM Thursday, April 29, 2004

    118. Game Theory .net: Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Applet
    Interactive repeated prisoner's dilemma. Part of Mike Shor's lecture notes for a course in game theory. Play against different personalities.
    Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Applet
    Play the prisoner's dilemma against five different "personalities."
    You will be playing the prisoner's dilemma with payoffs given by: Opponent You Collude Cheat Collude Cheat In this game, you will play against five different opponents, each with a different "personality." You will play each opponent for 25 rounds. The statistics will keep track of your average earnings over the 25 rounds. In each round, you simply have to select "collude" or "cheat." When you are done with all five opponents, a summary screen will appear with your average payoffs for each opponent. If you are not playing for class, ignore the instructions on submitting the results.
    Ready to start?
    Go to the game

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    FOURTH SPANISH MEETING ON game theory AND APPLICATIONS GAME PRACTICE II. EIGHTHSUMMER MEETING. 1921 July, 2000. Valencia. Spain Organizing Committee Members
    Information about 4th Spanish Meeting, Game Practice II and 8th Summer Meeting Committees Supporting Institutions Programme ...
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    Amparo Urbano, Gonzalo Olcina, Yair Tauman and Carles Rafels Last update on July 17, 2000

    120. Game Theory -- From MathWorld
    game theory. Eppstein, D. Combinatorial game theory. http//, M. game theory, Guess It, Foxholes. Ch.
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    MATHWORLD - IN PRINT Order book from Amazon Applied Mathematics Game Theory
    Game Theory A branch of mathematics and logic which deals with the analysis of games (i.e., situations involving parties with conflicting interests). In addition to the mathematical elegance and complete "solution" which is possible for simple games, the principles of game theory also find applications to complicated games such as cards, checkers, and chess, as well as real-world problems as diverse as economics, property division, politics, and warfare. Borel Determinacy Theorem Categorical Game Checkers Chess ... search
    Ahrens, W. Mathematische Unterhaltungen und Spiele. Leipzig, Germany: Teubner, 1910. Berlekamp, E. R.; Conway, J. H; and Guy, R. K. Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, Vol. 1: Adding Games, 2nd ed. Natick, MA: A. K. Peters, 2001. Berlekamp, E. R.; Conway, J. H; and Guy, R. K.

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