by Ariel Rubinstein
Publisher: Open Book Publishers 2012
Number of pages: 264
Part memoir, part crash-course in economic theory, this deeply engaging book by one of the world's foremost economists looks at economic ideas through a personal lens. Ariel Rubinstein offers some powerful and entertaining reflections on his childhood, family and career. In doing so, he challenges many of the central tenets of game theory, and sheds light on the role economics can play in society at large.
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The book offers an extensive and up-to-date panorama of Industrial Organization aimed at advanced undergraduates. The analysis of market interactions, business strategies and public policy is performed using the now standard framework of game theory.
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