|1.2The assumptions of game theory||4|
|1.3Liberal individualism, the State and game theory||31|
|1.4A guide to the rest of the book||35|
|2 THE ELEMENTS OF GAME THEORY ||41|
|2.2The representation of games and some notation||42|
|2.3Dominance and equilibrium||43|
|2.4Rationalisable beliefs and actions||45|
|2.5Nash strategies and Nash equilibrium solutions||51|
|2.6Games of incomplete information||62|
|2.7Trembling hands and quivering souls||64|
|3 DYNAMIC GAMES: BACKWARD INDUCTION AND SOME EXTENSIVE FORM REFINEMENTS OF THE NASH EQUILIBRIUM ||80|
|3.2Dynamic games, the extensive form and backward induction||81|
|3.4Backward induction, ‘out of equilibrium’ beliefs and common knowledge instrumental rationality (CKR)||87|
|3.6Proper equilibria, further refinements and forward induction||97|
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Book title: Game Theory:A Critical Introduction.
Contributors: Shaun P. Hargreaves Heap - Author, Yanis Varoufakis - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: v.
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