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The book explicates with several examples the part related to "evolution" of the game theory. This aspect is very important for the application to the biology, not only to the economy. The examples are several and they are showed in a simple way. It's important the equilibrium of the Nash bargaining and the connections with the chaos theory.
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Herbert Gintis (born February 11, 1940) is an American economist, behavioral scientist, and educator known for his theoretical contributions to sociobiology, especially altruism, cooperation, epistemic game theory, gene-culture coevolution, efficiency wages, strong reciprocity, and human capital theory.
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