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Restoring Fun to Game Theory

Avinash Dixit ()

The Journal of Economic Education, 2005, vol. 36, issue 3, 205-219

Abstract: The author suggests methods for teaching game theory at an introductory level, using interactive games to be played in the classroom or in computer clusters, clips from movies to be screened and discussed, and excerpts from novels and historical books to be read and discussed.

Date: 2005
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