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4 Books You Should Read To Learn About Game Theory

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Game theory can be theoretically applied to almost every aspect of the world, but does it really have any practical application? Find out and much much more about this hugely influential and interesting subject in these 4 books that you should read to get a basic (and in some cases advanced) knowledge of game theory.Β 

Each of the books on this list is suggested by industry experts and innovators.Β 

#1 Theory of Games and Economic Behavior By John von Neumann

It is the foundation of Game Theory and where all future applications stem from. Anyone interested in AI or machine learning and game theories broad application to many facets of life should read this book.

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Contributors:Β Remy Kouffman from Knockout AI

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#2 Game Theory: An Introduction by Steven Tadelis

This is a great book and a lot of the theories I have used to build some of the algorithms on Majime platform has been built using insights from this book.

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Contributors:Β Abhishek Shankar from Majime

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#3 Prisoner’s Dilemma by William Poundstone

In my opinion, the best book on economic game theory by far is Prisoner's Dilemma by William Poundstone.

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Contributors:Β Doug Noll from Noll Associates

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#4 The Art of Strategy by Avinash Dixit

This book shows how game theory can be applied in every field. It has helped me in negotiations by making me more conscious of how other people may act according to their true motives.

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Contributors:Β Dan Sanchez from Coldwell Banker Danforth

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