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Anna Barbayeva

on 21 April 2014

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Author
"I am a SCIENTIST who aims to make science accessible by showing how scientists think about the PROBLEMS OF EVERYDAY LIFE, from the mundane to the very serious, and to show how YOU CAN LEARN TO THINK IN THE SAME WAY."
Purpose
Make people interested in game theory
Help to avoid foolish situations that people can be involved in if they do not know basic knowledge about game theory
Shortcomings
Gives only superficial knowledge about game theory without giving into specifics
Strengths
Many examples
Easy language without excessive use of terminology
Explanation of difficult things in easy ways
Recommendation
I would recommend this book to any person who wants to become familiar with game theory.
Target Audience
Anyone who wants to familiarize with game theory.
Examples
History and Politics:
The Arms Race
Nature:
Produce a balance among species that use different reproductive strategies
Everyday situations:
Examples from author's childhood
Book Review:
Rock, Paper, Scissors: Game Theory in Everyday Life

Len Fisher
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