Hey all, so my university's game theory course never runs due to lack of students signing up for it, so I'm taking it upon myself to learn what I can about this fascinating subject. I'm specifically looking for a game theory text which is:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

a) introductory

b) for upper-level math undergraduates

c) mathematically-focused (I'm more interested in the mechanics of the subject than the economic or certainly political applications)

I've been scanning Amazon reviews n such for an hour or so now, and so far the books by Tadelis, Osborne, and González-Díaz look good. What would you guys choose?

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# Looking for a good intro text for game theory

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