Game Theory and Institutional Economics
by Wolfram Elsner, et al.
Publisher: MDPI AG 2014
Number of pages: 126
This volume pursues the question of the emergence and coevolution of institutions and hierarchy, analyzes algorithms of strategy change in evolutionary game models, and takes a historical (history-of-economic-thought) point of view on the development of game theory during the cold war.
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