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Martin Osborne and Ariel Rubinstein have made most of their theoretical contributions on the strategic side, and yet they devote a nice portion of the book to cooperative game theory. I recommend this book highly. It is beautifully done, and it recognized the importance of the cooperative theory.(Robert J. Aumann, Professor of Mathematics, The HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem)
Ariel Rubinstein is Professor of Economics at Tel Aviv University, Israel, and Princeton University.
This is considered one of the best books on Game Theory. Unfortunately, I disagree. Since the quality of English in the book is mostly in passive form, the readability is... Read morePublished on April 5 2009 by Ferdous B. Jalil
The book provides numerous excercises but solutions are only
available to course instructors. I.e. the book is worthless for autodidactics.
mathematic treatment on the subject is reasonable to describe the complexity of the Game-Theorectic study in understandable manner for beginners and intermediaries.Published on Aug. 23 2001 by Atlas at 365