The resources need an update
In the sidebar, the GameTheory.net portal links to a lot of dead links or 404 errors. We must update it to have accessible resources and information.
Very much like r/economics, it'd be great to have different books, textbooks and courses referenced to allow beginners, intermediates and advanced readers to find interesting stuff to read.
If someone has resources to share or wants to help, I'd really appreciate. I know I'm just pointing at a problem and not providing much help but I believe it needed to be said.
Game Theory I, Standford Uni, Coursera (1)
Game Theory II, Standford Uni, Coursera (2)
Game Theory II : Advanced Applications Standford Uni, Coursera (3)
Game Theory, Yale, courses downloadable (1a)
Game theory videos and playlist with Ben Polak, Yale teacher (1b)
Game theory and decision-making related MIT Open courseware.
MOOC compiler with game theory resources, Several Universities.
Course in 4 parts about competitive strategy
Game Without Chance : Combinatorial Game Theory
This thread in mathoverflow More mathematically oriented, includes books suggestions. (1a)
Second thread in mathoverflow (1b)
Requires registration but enables access to free books
OPEN ACCESS TEXTBOOK Free textbook with exercices, some people are very nice.
Auction Theory by Vijay Krishna
Putting Auction Theory to Work by Paul Milgrom
[Paul Klemperer, Auctions : theory and practice]
The works of John Nash & Reinhard Selten, 1994 Nobel prizes for game theory.
Multidisciplinary digital publishing institute An open-access journal
Another Open-Access journal
For all the open access & free books/courses, don't forget to leave a comment to encourage them or support them if you can afford it, they make free public knowledge possible.
edit can people post links of useful resources in the comments please, I'll try to make a list.
edit2 : /u/HenryAudubon & /u/wspaniel could you make this more visible for everyone to improve upon it? I would be immensely grateful. Thank you