1. Game Theory and the Environment

    Game Theory and the Environment

    Edited by Nick Hanley, Henk Folmer
    Game theory has emerged as a powerful new tool in environmental economics, especially in the study of transboundary pollution problems such as global warming and acid rain. This is the first book specifically concerned with this expanding field and addresses key issues in the application of game theory to environmental economics. The book features an impressive list of leading authorities who begin by providing a concise introduction and overview of game theory concepts. They then present an examination of methodological issues, and finally apply game theory to a variety of environmental management problems. Learn More
    1998   Hardback Price: $ 183.00   Web: $ 164.70
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  2. Rational Behaviour and the Design of Institutions

    Rational Behaviour and the Design of Institutions

    Hannu Nurmi
    The structures of the world’s national and international, political and economic institutions have largely resulted from intuitive and ad-hoc organization with reforms taking place on a costly trial-and-error basis. This book offers a comprehensive evaluation of the tools which can be used for a more rational and formal approach to institutional design. Learn More
    1998   Hardback Price: $ 134.00   Web: $ 120.60
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  3. Essays on Game Theory

    Essays on Game Theory

    John F. Nash Jr
    Essays on Game Theory is a unique collection of seven of John Nash’s essays which highlight his pioneering contribution to game theory in economics. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 129.00   Web: $ 116.10
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  4. Game Theory and International Relations

    Game Theory and International Relations

    Edited by Pierre Allan, Christian Schmidt
    At the cutting edge of current modelling in international relations using non-cooperative game theory, this collection of original contributions from political scientists and economists explores some of the fundamental assumptions of game theory modelling. It includes a theory of game payoff formation, a theory of preference aggregation, thorough discussions of the effects of interdependence between preferences upon various game structures, in-depth analyses of the impact of incomplete information upon dynamic games of negotiation, and a study using differential games. Numerous illustrations, case studies and comparative case studies show the relevance of the theoretical debate. The chapters are organised to allow readers with a limited knowledge of game theory to develop their understanding of the fundamental issues. Learn More
    1994   Hardback Price: $ 144.00   Web: $ 129.60
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