Recent Developments in Game Theory

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Maskin (economics, Harvard U.) presents a collection of 19 previously published journal articles addressing developments in the application of game theory to economics since approximately the mid-1980s. Oriented towards researchers, professors, and graduate students interested in the links between game theory and economic theory, articles are arranged into six sections addressing evolution, implementation theory, learning, rationalizability, repeated games, and foundations of cooperative game theory. Publications from which the articles are drawn include , , and . For the most part, articles are reproduced as originally published using facsimile reproduction, including footnotes and original pagination. Lacks a subject index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements vii
Introduction ix
Part I Evolution
1. 'Learning, Mutation, and Long Run Equilibria in Games', Econometrica, 61 (1), January, 29-56 (1993) 3
2. 'The Evolution of Conventions', Econometrica, 61 (1), January, 57-84 (1993) 31
3. 'Learning, Local Interaction, and Coordination', Econometrica, 61 (5), September, 1047-71 (1993) 59
4. 'Evolutionary Games in Economics', Econometrica, 59 (3), May, 637-66 (1991) 84
Part II Implementation Theory
5. 'Virtual Implementation in Iteratively Undominated Strategies: Complete Information', Econometrica, 60 (5), September, 993-1008 (1992) 117
6. 'Subgame Perfect Implementation', Econometrica, 56 (5), September, 1191-220 (1988) 133
7. 'Bayesian Implementation', Econometrica, 59 (2), March, 461-77 (1991) 163
Part III Learning
8. 'Rational Learning Leads to Nash Equilibrium', Econometrica, 61 (5), September, 1019-45 (1993) 183
9. 'Learning Mixed Equilibria', Games and Economic Behavior, 5, 320-67 (1993) 210
10. 'Adaptive and Sophisticated Learning in Normal Form Games', Games and Economic Behavior, 3, 82-100 (1991) 258
Part IV Rationalizability
11. 'Rationalizable Strategic Behavior', Econometrica, 52 (4), July, 1007-28 (1984) 279
12. 'Rationalizability and Correlated Equilibria', Econometrica, 55 (6), November, 1391-402 (1987) 301
13. 'Rationalizability, Learning, and Equilibrium in Games with Strategic Complementarities', Econometrica, 58 (6), November, 1255-77 (1990) 313
Part V Repeated Games
14. 'Evolution and Cooperation in Noisy Repeated Games', American Economic Review, 80 (2), May, 274-9 (1990) 339
15. 'The Folk Theorem with Imperfect Public Information', Econometrica, 62 (5), September, 997-1039 (1994) 345
16. 'Renegotiation in Repeated Games', Games and Economic Behavior, 1, 327-60 (1989) 388
Part VI Foundations of Cooperative Game Theory
17. 'Bargaining Foundations of Shapley Value', Econometrica, 57 (1), January, 81-95 (1989) 425
18. 'Bargaining and Value', Econometrica, 64 (2), March, 357-80 (1996) 440
19. 'A Noncooperative View of Coalition Formation and the Core', Econometrica, 62 (4), July, 795-817 (1994) 464
Name Index 487
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