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Games and Decision Making

How to Make an Informed Strategic Choice

Target Audience

  • Undergraduates with an elementary knowledge of Calculus and Probability
  • Students in mathematics, economics, business or political science
  • Students preparing for graduate work in economics, business, management or law

Course Description

The basic principles of decision making and game theory used in business, management and government are interwoven with the mathematical tools for their understanding.

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Games and Decision Making

was published by Oxford University Press in August 1999. It is now being used for upper division undergraduate courses at Northwestern, Purdue, Cornell, Melbourne, and Universities in Italy and Greece. It is being used at the graduate level at Florida International University and at IUPUI.

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