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‘Rohit Prasad’s wonderful book Game Sutra: Rescuing Game Theory from the Game Theorists is a collection of dozens of real-life applications of game theory. Written in English—that is, without mathematics—it is highly accessible to the educated general public. Entertaining, informative and fresh, it is strongly recommended to anyone who is interested in discovering how human interaction works.’
‘Rohit Prasad has well and truly rescued game theory from game theorists and brought it to the masses. The excellent exercises train the reader’s mind in game-theoretic way of thinking without using any mathematics. It’s fascinating!’
‘This rich, instructive and entertaining collection of applications of game theory is a must-read for all who want to navigate successfully in India’s complex business, political and social environments.’
‘Rohit Prasad brings a unique, fascinating and entirely convincing theoretical approach towards unravelling the most significant and complex economic and political questions of contemporary India. The result is a brilliant analysis of what determines human action and behaviour. Marrying game theory and Indian politics has never been sexier and more fun, let alone illuminative.’
‘Rohit has written a delightful book, bringing valuable insights from the abstruse field of game theory to bear on current economic and political events, especially in the context of India. His work is full of innovative analyses, yet written in a style that is witty, engaging and accessible to everyone. A must-read!’
‘Rohit Prasad brings game theory out of the ivory towers of academia and shows that it is possible to use pristine mathematical theories to argue cohesively in the relatively inchoate world of politics and social change. Rohit’s grasp of the subject, and elegant prose, creates powerful insights into issues of the day drawn from the fields of politics, business and economics. This book is truly a revelation, written in an easy, accessible—yet rigorous—style. It may well mark the beginning of a new trajectory for economic theory and social commentary alike.’
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