This book is a collection of certain lectures given at the Economics Department at Stanford University on the game theory. It contains material on this theory of rational behavior of people with nonidentical interests whose area of application includes economics, politics, and war.

1. Zermelo's Theorem 2. Noncooperative Games 3. The Shapley Value 4. The Core 5. Market Games 6. The von Neumann-Morgenstern Solution 7. Bargaining Sets 8. Repeated Games 9. Some Final Remarks