- Title Pages
- Chapter One The Argument
- Chapter Two Game Theory in Context
- Chapter Three Folktales and Civil Rights
- Chapter Four Flossie and the Fox
- Chapter Five Jane Austen’s Six Novels
- Chapter Six Austen’s Foundations of Game Theory
- Chapter Seven Austen’s Competing Models
- Chapter Eight Austen on What Strategic Thinking Is Not
- Chapter Nine Austen’s Innovations
- Chapter Ten Austen on Strategic Thinking’s Disadvantages
- Chapter Eleven Austen’s Intentions
- Chapter Twelve Austen on Cluelessness
- Chapter Thirteen Real-World Cluelessness
- Chapter Fourteen Concluding Remarks
- Afterword to the Paperback Edition
- Jane Austen, Game Theorist
Michael Suk-Young Chwe
- Princeton University Press
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