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I had a question about every three sentences. Sep 28, Chaitanya Sethi rated it it was jueggos Shelves: May 07, Theodore McCombs rated it did not like it. May 06, Jay Little rated it really liked it. I was consistantly awkward and klunky and often left large holes in logic and jumps in reasoning.

Feb 10, Paul Brunger rated it really liked it.

La teoria de juegos / Game Theory : Una breve introduccion / A Very Short Introduction

While I agree it is hard to be thorough in short introductory books, I think using terms without tforia them by examples or definition not for short introductory books is worst kind of mistake in books. Not enough was done to differentiate between the different game types, or show how they really are similar, explain the language of the payoff Trusting that the author indeed knows that which he writes upon.

Nov 07, Daniel Wright rated it it was ok Shelves: Whatever the area of study, whatever the topic that fascinates the reader, the series has a handy and affordable guide that will likely prove indispensable. Jun 06, Andrew rated it really liked it. juegoss

He knows what he is talking about. I was con Binnmore To ask other readers questions about Game Theoryplease sign up. I think this is a good introduction, especially as I found the book light on maths—a good thing for my Greek symbols anxiety. Jun 11, Franck Chauvel rated it liked it Shelves: Some of the first figure illustrations were wrong, abolishing any reader trust and confusing the heck out of me for a while. Ken Binmore is the right person for introducing Game Theory.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Still, I found some chapters difficult, especially the last one about bargaining, Though, I have been too lazy to grab a pen and paper and bimore out the various games on In this very short introduction about pagesKen Binmore surveys Game Theory, talking about chance, time, conventions, reciprocity, information, auctions, evolutionary biology jueegos finally bargaining.


It does have real world applications but still feels like the science of guessing. Pretentious garbage – this is what happens when a mathematician tries to write a book Only read if you are autistic and think that your entire life experience comes down to a game of heads or tails. While short, it’s also to the point and lives up to it’s title. Oct 15, Scott Stratford rated it did not like it.

Is this a good “first read” on game theory? However, I feel like using game theory could be coupled with morality, compassion and empathy to create systems that result in the best outcome for all parties involved. My biggest impediment to comprehending game theory arises out of the compression of information. This has not been an easy book to read- but for me who is notorious for asking too many questions dw the best of times it helps answer the question about why Game Theory is seen as being so important and how what can often be seen as a high concept actually does have relevance and even power in our society today.

Author of 77 published papers and 11 books. The textbook chapter in Besanko is a juegs better introduction kwn this domain. Think of it not so much as a primer or cliff notes version of Game Theory, but more of a sampler appetizer platter — you get to try a little bit of everything before deciding if y While short, it’s also to the point and lives up to it’s title. Paperbackpages. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. At the moment its right up there with Semiotics for me.

Ken Binmore, a renowned game theorist, explains the theory in a way that is both entertaining and non-mathematical yet also deeply insightful, revealing how game theory can shed light on everything from social gatherings, to ethical decision-making, to successful card-playing strategies, to calculating the sex ratio among bees.

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Extensive collaboration with 25 co-authors. Think of it not so much as a primer or cliff notes version of Game Theory, but more of a sampler appetizer platter — you get to try a little bit of everything before deciding if you want to commit to a larger portion. Want to Read saving…. Oct 21, Derek rated it really liked it. Shall disclose that reading was primarily upon the commuter bus. The book also often generalizes “toys games” into real life and philosophical questions. On the other hand there is much criticism that could be made of it.


With mini-biographies of many fascinating, and occasionally eccentric, founders of the subject–including John Nash, subject of the movie A Beautiful Mind –this book offers a concise overview of a cutting-edge field that has seen spectacular successes in evolutionary biology and economics, and is beginning to revolutionize other disciplines from psychology to political science.

For the non-beginner, the book dee skims over areas that the reader or perhaps, just this reader might want to wade deeper more maths into. At less than ee Binmore is able to break down Game Theory into chapters on chance, time, conventions, reciprocity, information, auctions, evolutionary biology, bargaining and coalitions, puzzles and paradoxes.

This book is not for everyone and I will admit I will have to return to it to understand it more in the future but for maths I did find this accessible and jueos, I just need to stop now as my brain is full. Jan 13, Dane rated it it was ok Shelves: I will start though by saying that to me mathematics is about numbers and not concepts – my line of work and experience makes me see numbers not symbols or concepts – so I will admit that I have had to work at this book.

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I also feel that the author devotes too much time to arguing against the straw man of ethical objections to game theory analyses – these could be dealt with as he does just once and not bothered with over and over again in different parts of the book. It is the dance, the game of the series. Return to Book Page. It was probably closer to 3. I was also excited by the whole chapter devoted to game theory and evolutionary biology.

Very Short Introductions 1 – 10 of books. So, you write a book that doesn’t exactly explain a concept, but instead confirms a concept for those who already understand the concept.