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Steven J. Brams

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Oct. 27 2011 Dover Books on Mathematics

In this illuminating and instructive survey, author Steven J. Brams demonstrates both the insights and the pitfalls that can result from applying game theoretic models to the analysis of problems in political science. Using plenty of real-life examples, Brams shows how game theory can explain and elucidate complex political situations, from warfare to presidential vetoes. In these cases and others, game theory's mathematical structure provides a rigorous, consistent method for formulating, analyzing, and solving strategic problems. Minimal mathematical background is necessary, making the book accessible to a wide audience of students and teachers of politics and social science, as well as other readers with a serious interest in politics. New preface to the Dover edition. 1975 edition.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Broad your knowledge about theory of games Aug. 26 2005
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I teach theory of games for practical business applications. I purchased this book for broadning my knowledge about the theory of games. Politics it is not my cup of coffe, but the book worths what I paid. Douglas Gilson

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