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Game Theory and Politics

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Paperback 1975 312p. 9.25X6.00X0.80. The Book Brings Together a Large Number of Interesting and Instructive Examples of the Applications of Game Theoretic Models to Various Problems in Political Science, and the Book does a Good job of Showing Both the Insights that Can be Gained and the Problems that Arise in the use of these Models to Analyze Empirical Data.

352 pages, Paperback

First published January 1, 1975

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Steven J. Brams

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August 31, 2015
This book is an excellent primer to the basic application of
game theoretic concepts in real world applications of politics
and board room control of corporations. As such, I recommend
this book highly to anyone that is interested in the dynamics
of politics and corporate control...
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October 29, 2010
Certainly not my cup of hot chocolate. If you like game theory, I'm sure you'd find this interesting and the book did a good job explaining itself, but it was SOO boring.
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