ISBN 9781422138465,Right Game Use Game Theory to Shape Strategy

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ISBN 9781422138465

Harvard Universal Press

Publication Year 2009

ISBN 9781422138465

ISBN-10 1422138461

Paper Back

Number of Pages 104 Pages
Language (English)

Business strategy

Right Game: Use Game Theory To Shape Strategy is a book on business strategies based on The Game Theory which started in 1944 and was developed by John von Neumann and Oscar Morgenstern. The book provides the readers with deep insight and valuable information on business complexities. It emphasizes on the fact that companies can succeed without necessarily destroying other companies. The Right Game explains the readers the nuances of business and what rules and tactics needs to be followed to be successful in business ventures.

About the Authors

Adam Brandenburger is a leading authority on game theory and business strategy. He is the Vice Dean for Graduate Education at the Stern School of Business at New York University. Before this he used to teach MBA classes at the Harvard Business School. He was voted the NYU Stern Professor of the Year in 2006.

Adam was born in London, United Kingdom. He completed his B.A., M.Phil, and PhD from the University of Cambridge. His book Co-opetition co-authored with Barry Nalebuff was a bestseller and was translated into more than a dozen languages.

Barry Nalebuff is a Professor of Management at Yale School of Management. He is an expert in game theory and business strategy. He graduated in from MIT in economic and mathematics. He completed his Master's and PhD from Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship. He has authored several books on management like Thinking Strategically: The Competitive Edge in Business, Politics and Everyday Life, Economics for an Imperfect World: Essays in Honor of Joseph E. Stiglitz, Why Not? How to Use Everyday Ingenuity to Solve Problems Big and Small, etc

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