15 Best Books on GAME THEORY

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15 Best Books on GAME THEORY | THE BOOK CLUB
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Books we showcase in the video:
1. Essentials of Game Theory by Kevin Leyton-Brown and Yoav Shoham;

2. Game Theory: A Playful Introduction by Matt Devos and Deborah A. Kent;

3. Games of Strategy by Avinash K. Dixit, Susan Skeath and David H. Reiley Jr.;

4. The Bounds of Reason by Herbert Gintis;

5. Strategies and Games by Prajit K. Dutta;

6. Prisoner’s Dilemma by William Poundstone;

7. The Predictioneer’s Game by Bruce Bueno De Mesquita;

8. Who Gets What and Why by Alvin Roth;

9. Playing for Real by Ken Binmore;

10. The Art of Strategy by Avinash K. Dixit and Barry J. J. Nalebuff;

11. Micromotives and Macrobehavior by Thomas C. Schelling;

12. Complexity of Cooperation by Robert A. Axelrod;

13. Game Theory by Roger B. Myerson;

14. Theory of Games and Economic Behavior by John von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern;

15. The Evolution of Cooperation by Robert Axelrod;

16. Finite and Infinite Games by James P. Carse;

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  1. Hello Aluxers! What's your take on game theory?

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  2. It’s a first time I have looked into this topic and like your other suggested reading, I was quick to investigate some of the books and fortunate to locate one used from eBay for a tenth of the retail price a 600+ page book for $10.00 I’m into the second chapter. Thanks for the tip.

  3. 'Game Theory'
    A new concept for me.
    But after watching this video I definitely pursue at least one of said books.

  4. Your "voice actor's" inability to speak English or pronounce names is intensely frustrating. Why not pick a native who speaks the language? Clearly, where ever this person is from only has a basic understanding of how to speaking the language accurately.

  5. I only heard of game theory once before and it was in a show Numbers where they used math to solve crimes. I wasn’t interested in learning about the subject until I saw this video.

  6. Absolutely! I was interested due to the video of " who Alux watch on YouTube" and one channel in particular by the name of @Kurzgesagt had a video of are we Real or are we in a game….every since then i became interested. Game theory building a world and quite a bit more but these books will give me some clarity and mental strength because I dont really know what I'm looking for. I had an Aha moment when I read Outliers [ thanks for the recommendation!!] So once I begin to read I'll know then, worst case scenario I learn something new that I can immediately apply. Win win.

  7. This is the Most Important Video You all Have Ever Done. But not many people will awknowledge it. I had started reading Number 16 the Bonus Content by James P. Clarke and recommended by Simon Sinek himself.. So thank you for the other 15 .

  8. I never heard about game theory before, now I want to know more! I’m getting a couple of these books; thank you Alux for enlightening me 👌🏾👍🏾🙏🏾😊

  9. Magnificent summery of the field. The Poundstone book still the best as an introduction of game theory as it underlines the importance of early game strategies in creating policies of nuclear deterrence. We are trapped by our game simulation models and Prisoner’s Dilemma shows us the historical Cold War background that led to the creation of a whole new discipline in mathematics and the social sciences.

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