A History of Game Theory - Vol. 1

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Note: Articles to be reprinted in The Foundations of Game Theory by M.A. Dimand and R.W. Dimand (eds), forthcoming from Edward Elgar Publishing, are marked with an asterisk *.


a
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b
Bachelier, L. (1901) ‘Théorie mathématique des jeux’, Annales de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure 3rd series, vol. 18, 143-210.
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Bayes, T. (1763) ‘An essay towards solving a problem in the doctrine of chances’, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society vol. 53, 370-418.
Bellany, I. (1975) ‘The Richardson theory of “arms races”: themes and variations’, British Journal of International Studies vol. 1 (2), 119-30.
Bernheim, D. (1984) ‘Rationalizable strategic behavior’, Econometrica vol. 52, 1007-28.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Strategic Interdependence 18
  • 3 - Strategic Interdependence 35
  • 4 - Strategic Interdependence 54
  • 5 - Lewis Carroll and the Game of Politics 84
  • 6 - Early Mathematical Models of Conflict 104
  • 7 - The Minimax Approach to Non-Cooperative Strategic Games from Waldegrave to Borel 120
  • 8 - From Games of Pure Chance to Strategic Games 131
  • 9 142
  • Notes 158
  • Bibliography 170
  • Index 184
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