This essential collection brings together influential classic and contemporary articles from a variety of sources to present the key topics in game theory. Rather than an exhaustive volume, this superb resource offers students and researchers an accessible treatment of game theory essentials. The text is interspersed with editorial commentary, newspaper articles and cartoons, recommendations for further reading, and a substantial amount of material on how to conduct research in this area.
Readings in Games and Information is an exceptional course companion, used alone or as a supplement to Rasmusen's Games and Information (third edition, Blackwell, 2001).
Eric Rasmusen is Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy and Sanjay Subhedar Faculty Fellow at Indiana University, and has also held positions at UCLA, the University of Chicago, Harvard, and Yale. He has published in the areas of anti-trust, industrial organization, political economy, law and economics, and game theory.