Here you can find a list of websites dedicated to game theory
Mind your decisions is a youtube channel about mathematics and economincs, by Presh Talwalkar. Besides the youtube Channel, there is a blog which contains a section dedicated to Game Theory
Game theory is the scientific study of strategically interdependent decision making. While logically demanding, this website makes learning the field easy. Based on the best-selling Game Theory 101 textbook, video lectures go at your pace, carefully explaining all the important points you need to know to understand this new language.
Turing’s Invisible Hand focuses on the field of Algorithmic Game Theory and Economics, broadly defined. It also covers related scientific topics such as theory of computer science and artificial intelligence, and publishes related tidbits about the world in general.
This blog is devoted to Combinatorial Game Theory! Combinatorial games are two-player games with no randomness, perfect information (no one has any hidden information) and no draws allowed, though sometimes topics stray into other types of games as well.
Mathematics, applications of mathematics to life in general, and Tanya's life as a mathematician. Games Theory section of the blog
Farnam Street is devoted to helping you develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life. We address such topics as mental models, decision making, learning, reading, and the art of living. This is a link to the Games Theory section of this blog
Some random thoughts on game theory, behavioural economics, and human behaviour by Edward Cartwright, an economist with research interests in game theory, public economics and behavioural economics.
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