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And this is apparently the reason why stereo systems in New York do not sell for as low as they might have, and the profit margins for retailers are surprisingly high. The book contains many examples, mostly varied and entertaining.
In some cases especially in the first few chapters one cannot avoid the thought that the examples are too great a simplification of reality: every player adversary has exactly two options, there are very few players often only two , etc.
And although the discussion deepens later on, the examples are still simplifications, which are hard to apply in realistic cases. The authors are fair enough to specify this; the Cuban Missile Crisis, for example, is analyzed as if it only involved two players U.
President John F. Kennedy and Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev , while in reality each player faced not only the other, but also his opposition at home, military and civilian authorities in his country, and so on. Choice and Chance 6. Strategic Moves 7.
Interpreting and Manipulating Information 9. Cooperation and Coordination Auctions, Bidding, and Contests Bargaining Voting Incentives The plan was simply to revise our book, Thinking Strategically.
However, years of history and literature have passed since Quixote, including Quixote itself. In fact, most of the book is entirely new.