A History of Game Theory - Vol. 1

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INDEX

a
adverse selection, 15 , 161 n
Allais, Maurice 152
Allais Paradox 8
Amoroso, Luigi 29 , 42 , 161 n, 162 n
Anderton, Charles 118
Arbuthnot, John, 7-9 , 105
Ardzrooni, Leon 112
Aristotle 1
Arrow, Kenneth J. 93 , 154
auctions 64 , 164 n
Aumann, Robert 32 , 48 , 121 , 130 , 160 n, 163 n

b
Bachelier, Louis 131
Baily, Walter 84-5 , 89 , 92 , 165 n
Banach, Stefan 11 , 141 , 160 n
bargaining 55 , 68 , 72-74 , 80-83 , 143 , 165 n
Bayes, Rev. Thomas (1873) 6
Bayes’s Theorem 6 , 153 , 159 n
Beckmann, Martin 153-4
Bellany, I. 114
Bernheim, D. 24
Bernoulli, Daniel 6 , 8 , 9-10 , 122
Bernoulli, Jean 122
Bernoulli, Nicholas 121-3
Berry, Arthur 71
Bertrand, Joseph 18 , 20 , 26-8 , 33 , 123-4 , 127 , 130 , 131 , 132 , 143 , 147 , 166 n, 168-9 n;
duopoly 26-8 , 29 , 137
Beveridge, Lord William 112
Bewley, Truman, 55 , 66
bilateral monopoly 3 , 22 , 37 , 53-64 , 66 , 162 n, 164-5 n
Birkhoff, George 130 , 144
Black, Duncan 84-85 , 96 , 99 , 100-2 , 165 n, 166 n
Blackett, D.W. 167 n
Blackett, P.M.S. 109
Blaug, Mark 166 n
Block, Marc 145
blocking argument 67-8 , 71 , 72 , 83
Bluffing 7 , 106 , 133 , 135 , 144 , 167 n
Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen 74 , 143 , 144 , 169 n
Borcherding, Thomas 98
Borda, J.C. 84 , 123
Border, Kim 10
Borel, Emile 2 , 4 , 5 , 17 , 52 , 121 , 122 , 124-30 , 131-44 , 147 , 148 , 167 n
Boulding, Kenneth 115 , 117
Bowley, A.L. 30 , 41 , 60 , 72-4 , 162 n, 164 n
Braithwaite, R.B. 160 n
Brams, Steven, 12
Brems, Hans 81-3
Brito, D.L. 117
Brouwer, L.E.J. 10 , 129 , 143
Brown, George W. 154
business cycles 145 , 146 , 147

c
Carroll, Lewis 54 , 56 ;
see also C.L. Dodgson
Cassell, Gustav 145-6
Catchings, Waddill 147
Cech, Edouard 146
Chacko, K. George 150
Chamberlin, Edward H. 29-30 , 35 , 467 , 51-3 , 163-4 n
chaos theory 115
cheating 108-9
Chéron, André 132 , 138-41
Cherriman, J.B. 18 , 26 , 124
Chimenti, Frank 13-14 , 160 n
Chipman, John 75
Cho, In-Koo 6
Churchill, Sir Winston 4
Cleary, T. 105-7

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A History of Game Theory - Vol. 1
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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