- Title Pages
Chapter OneThe Argument
Chapter TwoGame Theory in Context
Chapter ThreeFolktales and Civil Rights
Chapter FourFlossie and the Fox
Chapter FiveJane Austen’s Six Novels
Chapter SixAusten’s Foundations of Game Theory
Chapter SevenAusten’s Competing Models
Chapter EightAusten on What Strategic Thinking Is Not
Chapter NineAusten’s Innovations
Chapter TenAusten on Strategic Thinking’s Disadvantages
Chapter ElevenAusten’s Intentions
Chapter TwelveAusten on Cluelessness
Chapter ThirteenReal-World Cluelessness
Chapter FourteenConcluding Remarks
- Afterword to the Paperback Edition
- Jane Austen, Game Theorist
Michael Suk-Young Chwe
- Princeton University Press
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