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GameTheory.net

Name: GameTheory.net Brief Description of the Site: GameTheory.net is an eclectic and interesting resource for educators and students of game theory, the field of economics recently popularized by the movie, A Beautiful Mind. Beyond lecture notes and links to textbooks, the site contains interactive applets and
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GameTheory.net is an eclectic and interesting resource for educators and students of game theory, the field of economics recently popularized by the movie, A Beautiful Mind. Beyond lecture notes and links to textbooks, the site contains interactive applets and games demonstrating key concepts.

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High school students can learn about popular culture, movies, books, music, and television as well as current news from the perspective of game theory by reviewing the many examples. They'll get new insights into each. Teachers can prepare lessons that incorporate the materials at this site that will help students analyze events in a new light.

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