Essays on Game Theory is a unique collection of seven of John Nash's essays which highlight his pioneering contribution to game theory in economics.
Featuring a comprehensive introduction by Ken Binmore which explains and summarizes John Nash's achievements in the field of non-cooperative and cooperative game theory, this book will be an indispensable reference for scholars and will be welcomed by those with an interest in game theory and its applications to the social sciences.
The late John F. Nash, Jr, formerly Department of Mathematics, Princeton University, US
Contents: Introduction (K. Binmore) 1. The Bargaining Problem 2. Equilibrium Points in N-Person Games 3. A Simple Three-Person Poker Game 4. Non-cooperative Games 5. Two Person Cooperative Games 6. A Comparison of Treatments of a Duopoly Situation 7. Some Experimental n-Person Games Index