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Economic Learning and Social Evolution

The MIT Press series on Economic Learning and Social Evolution explores the dynamics of human interaction. The books in this series reject the outmoded notion that what happens away from equilibrium can safely be ignored. And they recognize that it is no longer enough to speak in vague terms of bounded rationality and spontaneous order.

A systematic, rigorous, comprehensive, and unified overview of evolutionary game theory.

A collection of Ken Binmore's influential papers on bargaining experiments, with the author's newly written commentary addressing the challenges to game theory posed by the behavioral school of economics.

The Foundations of Cooperation in Economic Life

An analysis of standard evolutionary dynamics adapted to extensive form games.

The author examines the interplay between evolutionary game theory and the equilibrium selection problem in noncooperative games.