Links of interest

On this page we hace collected links of interest. Some of these are provided by the Game Theory Society, some by other websites. If you find anything missing that might be of interest for members of the Game Theory Society, please contact the society with your suggestion.

Other organizations

Conferences via DMANET (Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms Network)

Coalition Theory Network

International Society of Dynamic Games

Russian Chapter of International Society of Dynamic Games

Book listings

Book Listing

A listing of books related to game theory

Teaching and classroom materials

Game Theory .net

A collection of lecture notes, articles from the popular press, and examples of game theory in popular culture.

Didactic Web-Based Experiments in Game Theory

Online experiments provided by Ariel Rubinstein


Journal of Dynamics and Games (JDG)

Journal published by the American Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Dynamic Games and Applications

Journal published by Birkhäuser

International Game Theory Review

Journal published by World Scientific Publishing

POOL listing service

Working paper listing service run by Vito Fragnelli

Coalition Theory Network

Resources for research on socio-economic networks and groups

arXiv is an e-print service in the fields of physics, mathematics, non-linears science, computer science, quantitative biology and statistics. book listing

Game theory book listing run by Mike Shor

Game theoretic software

Population Dynamics Toolbox

This toolbox for evolutionary game theory is implemented in Matlab and is designed to facilitate the implementation of any game with different evolutionary dynamics. Here is a PDF file with detailed documentation,

Game Theory Explorer

GTE is web-based software for the interactive creation and equilibrium analysis of games in extensive and strategic form.


Gambit is a library of game theory software and tools for the construction and analysis of finite extensive and strategic games.


by Jean-Pierre Langlois from San Francisco State University is a Windows application for creating and analyzing games.

Solve a Bimatrix Game

This algorithm by Rahul Savani enumerates all equilibria of a bimatrix game.

lrs home page

lrslib is a self-contained ANSI C implementation as a callable library of the reverse search algorithm for vertex enumeration/convex hull problems by David Avis.


Transferable utility game theory Matlab toolboxes maintained by the Santiago Game Theory Group.

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