Further reading

Jørgen Veisdal
Oct 20 · 1 min read

Nasar, S. (1994). The Lost Years of a Nobel Laureate. The New York Times.

Nasar, S. (1998). A Beautiful Mind. Simon & Schuster

Nash, J.F. (1995). John Forbes Nash Jr. — Biographical. NobelPrize.org. Nobel Media AB 2019. <https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/economic-sciences/1994/nash/biographical/>

Nash, J.F. (1950a). “The Bargaining Problem.” Econometrica 18: 155–162.

Nash, J.F. (1950b). “Equilibrium Points in N-Person Games.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 36: 48–49.

Nash, J.F. (1950c). “Non-cooperative Games.” Ph.D. diss., Mathematics Department, Princeton University.

Nash, J.F. (1951). “Non-cooperative Games.” Annals of Mathematics 54: 286–295.

Nash, J.F. (1953). “Two-Person Cooperative Games.” Econometrica 21: 128–140.

Nash, J.F. (2002). The Essential John Nash. Princeton University Press.

Osborne, Martin J.; Rubinstein, Ariel (12 Jul 1994). A Course in Game Theory. Cambridge, MA: MIT. p. 14.

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    Editor-in-Chief at Cantor’s Paradise. Research fellow at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Co-founder at Moon Labs

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