The Foundations and Advances in Game Theory.

by Harvey M. Wagner

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A commentary on R. Duncan Luce and Howard Raiffa, [Games and Decisions:] [Introduction and Critical Survey], in relation to the foundations and advances in game theory. Besides recommending this book to economists interested in behavioral models of conflicts, this paper discusses such topics as the game-theory model, utility axioms for stochastic events, utility and money, two-person games, [n]-person games, decision theory, and the future of game theory. 33 pp.

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