Table of contents for Games for business and economics / Roy Gardner.


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BASIC GAME THEORY.
Two-Person Games.
Mixed Strategies and Mixed Strategy Equilibrium.
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-Person Games in Normal Form.
Noncooperative Market Games in Normal Form.
GAMES WITH SEQUENTIAL STRUCTURE.
Credibility and Subgame Perfect Equilibrium.
Repeated Games.
Evolutionary Stability and Bounded Rationality.
GAMES WITH IMPERFECT INFORMATION.
Signaling Games and Sequential Equilibrium.
Games Between a Principal and an Agent.
Auctions.
GAMES INVOLVING BARGAINING.
Two-Person Bargains.
Arbitration.
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-Person Bargaining and the Core.
GAMES, MARKETS, AND POLITICS.
Two-Sided Markets and Matching Games.
Voting Games.
Suggestions for Further Readings.
Games List.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Managerial economics, Game theory, Economics, Mathematical