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Essays on game theory

Author: John Forbes Nash
Publisher: Cheltenham [etc.] : E. Elgar, cop. 1996.
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This collection of seven of John Nash's essays highlights his contribution to game theory in economics. It includes a comprehensive introduction by Ken Binmore, which explains and summarizes John  Read more...

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Genre/Form: [saggi]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Forbes Nash
ISBN: 1858984262 9781858984261
OCLC Number: 611553699
Notes: Reprints of articles that appeared in several journals 1950, 1951 and 1953.
Description: XX, 91 S : Fig., Tab ; 24 cm.
Contents: The bargaining problem; equilibrium points in n-person games; a simple three-person poker game; non-cooperative games. Appendix - Motivation and interpretation. Two-person co-operative games; a comparison of treatments of a duopoly situation; some experimental n-person games.
Responsibility: John F. Nash, Jr.

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