GAMES AND INFORMATION, FOURTH EDITION. An Introduction to Game Theory. Eric Rasmusen. Basil Blackwell. 23 November Eric Rasmusen. This page is for materials connected with Eric Rasmusen’s book, Games and Information: An Introduction to Game Theory. First Edition: , pp., ISBN. Games and Information has 42 ratings and 4 reviews. book is partially available online, at the authors’ website ( htm).
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