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Game-Theoretic Modelling

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is game theory.


Six Superlative Sources

· An Introduction to Game-Theoretic Modelling by Michael Mesterton-Gibbons, Second Edition, published by the American Mathematical Society in 2000.

· Game Theory Evolving by Herbert Gintis, published by Princeton University Press in 2000.

· Chapter 7 (on dynamic games) of Models of Adaptive Behavior by Alasdair Houston and John McNamara, published by Cambridge University Press in 1999.

· All chapters of Game Theory and Animal Behavior, edited by Lee Alan Dugatkin and Hudson Kern Reeve, published by Oxford University Press in 1998.

· Game Theory Website by Ken Prestwich.

· Al Roth's Game Theory and Experimental Economics Page by Al Roth.

Other Excellent Sources

-- NOTE: The best examples of game-theoretic modelling tend to appear in journals that do not have game theory (or even modelling) in the title. The most important of these journals follow. --

· American Naturalist.

· Animal Behaviour.

· Behavioral Ecology.

· Evolutionary Ecology Research.

·  Journal of Theoretical Biology.

· Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B (Biological Sciences).

· Theoretical Population Biology.

· The principal exception to the rule (about game theory not being in the title) is Games and Economic Behavior.

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