There not being solutions to the problems in the textbook is actually not a problem.
The writing style is neither intuitive nor mathematical, it is ... just too hard to understand what Mr Osborne wants to say.
So what may have just been the best intro to game theory ever done is useless to a self-motivated learner.
I'd give this book 0/5 if I could. As a grad student with an undergrad in pure maths I was pretty upset that the author makes no effort to present any theorems or proofs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daniel van Flymen
Pages were falling out:/ missing a section sadly but you get what you pay for. Other than that thanks for the book... i hate the class/.\Published 8 months ago by Valerie
There not being solutions to the problems in the textbook is actually not a problem. The exercises are quite easy. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steve Kim
According to the book's condition, it seems not to be a new one. Quite disappointing. I would not reccommend this seller.Published 10 months ago by jorge eduardo gonzalez meza
If your time is valuable the following two sentences would be enough to summarize my thoughts about this book. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Strain
The only advantage of this book is that it covers a broad spectrum of topics, including pure/mixed strategies, extensive games, Bayesian games, repeated games, bargaining games,... Read morePublished on April 3, 2012 by Joe
Unfortunately, I had to read some chapters of this book for an exam. I thought that would be no big deal, as I was familiar with the basics of Game Theory. Read morePublished on November 16, 2010 by ahhhr
I bought this book as a required coursebook for a class on game theory. At first, I hated this book. Read morePublished on February 25, 2010 by Game Theory Yeoman
Was unfortunate to get that as a compulsory text book for a graduate course. Nearly lost my mind reading it had to supplement this book with a few others. Read morePublished on November 7, 2009 by S. Giliadov