Playing for Susan.- No Mathematics.- The Prisoners' Dilemma, but Who Are the Players?.- The Nash Equilibrium.- Sequence of Moves and the Extensive Form.- Chaos, Too Many and Too Few.- Which Strategy to Choose?.- Step-by-step: The Subgame Perfect Equilibrium.- Forever and a Day.- Mixed Strategies and Expected Utility.- More than Two Players.- Bargaining and Bargaining Games.- Goethe's Price Games, Auctions, and Other Surprises.
Manfred J. Holler is an Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Hamburg (Germany). He is the founding editor of, and managed the respected European Journal of Political Economy (1985-1993), and Homo Oeconomicus (1983-2015). He currently serves as an assessing editor or board member for several journals, such as The Journal of Mind and Behavior, Control and Cybernetics, the European Journal of Law and Economics, and Games. He is one of the Editors-in-Chief of Homo Oeconomicus.
Barbara Klose-Ullmann holds a PhD. in Economics and
worked for more than 25 years as a manager at a major German bank,
where she participated in the bargaining for licenses in Eastern
Europe. She has published a series of articles applying game theory
to the analysis of strategic interaction in history, myths, and
theatre plays, and authored books on health, in economic history of
economics, and on game theory (co-authored with Manfred J.