Economic and Game Theory
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Dixit and Nalebuff's book is a nice introduction to game theory with lots of examples.
Luce and Raiffa's was published in 1957. It is very technical. I don't recomend it. By the way, the oldest book with game theory, to my knowledge, is Cournot's Recherches sur les principes de la theorie des richesses published in 1838.
Some authors use she and her to be fair. Also, calling one player she and one he can make explanations easier to understand.
I recommend that you look not only at zero sum games. The most interesting games are not zero sum, I think. Look at prisoner's dilemma games and coordination games. [Manage messages]