Game Theory And Economic Behaviour
Reinhard Selten, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University, Germany Winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1994
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In 1994, the Nobel Prize was awarded to Reinhard Selten, John Nash and John Harsanyi, for pioneering analysis in game theory. Selten was the first to refine the Nash equilibrium concept of non-cooperative games for analysing dynamic strategic interaction and to apply these concepts to analyses of oligopoly.
Contents: Volume I: Foreword Introduction Part I: Introduction Part II: Axiomatic Characterizations Part III: Learning Part IV: Political and Social Interaction Index • Volume II: Part I: Theories of Oligopolistic Competition Part II: Oligopoly Experiments Part III: Bilateral Bargaining Part IV: Coalition Bargaining Index