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"It is an easy read and is written in a lively tone-which is not something I particularly recall from my lectures in the 1980s. Long live economics!" John Burns, The Times Higher Education "Unlike most of the ranks of management advice books which pad out bookshop business sections, here is one which is rigorous, fun and extremely useful all at the same time." The Economist
Avinash Dixit is Emeritus John J.F. Sherrerd University Professor of Economics at Princeton University, where he offered his popular freshman course in game theory. He is among the world’s leading economists, having made fundamental contributions in several major fields as well as in game theory. He is the author of many books, including Dixit/Nalebuff: Thinking Strategically (Norton, 1991), Dixit/Pindyck: Investment Under Uncertainty (Princeton University Press, 1994), and Dixit/Nalebuff: The Art of Strategy (Norton, 2009).
Barry J. Nalebuff is the Milton Steinbach Professor at the Yale School of Management. Nalebuff applies game theory to business strategy and is the co-founder of one of America's fastest-growing companies, Honest Tea.
It's a bit long and just okay.
It repeats the same ideas over and over and over that have been explained in college level Economics courses in under 3 hours by a... Read more
An excellent guide that takes a practical approach to the otherwise math-heavy field of game theoryPublished 3 months ago by Marie Luisa
This may not be a fair review, since it is based on the audio version (Audible), and therefore I missed out on most of the equations, diagrams, etc. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hank Castello
Interesting and engaging book that also talks about the psychological side of game theory.Published 10 months ago by George Zhu