References for John F Nash

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  1. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/biography/John-F-Nash-Jr

Books:

  1. S Nasar, A beautiful mind (London-New York, 1998).

Articles:

  1. H W Kuhn, Introduction : Dedication to John F. Nash, Jr., A celebration of John F Nash, Jr., Duke Math. J. 81 (1) (1995), i-v.
  2. H W Kuhn, J C Harsanyi, R Selten, J W Weibull, E van Damme, J F Nash Jr. and P Hammerstein,The work of John F Nash, Jr. in game theory, A celebration of John F Nash, Jr., Duke Math. J. 81 (1) (1995),1-29.
  3. Madness and mathematics, The Times London, 28 Aug, 1996.
  4. J Milnor, A Nobel prize for John Nash, The Mathematical Intelligencer 17 (3) (1995), 11-17.
  5. John F Nash : 1999 Steele prizes, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 46 (4) (1999), 457-462.
    http://www.ams.org/notices/199904/comm-steele-prz.pdf
  6. The work of John Nash in game theory: Nobel Seminar, December 8, 1994, J. Econom. Theory 69 (1) (1996), 153-185.
  7. G Umbhauer, John Nash, un visionnaire de l'économie, Gaz. Math. 65 (1995), 47-69.
  8. E van Damme, On the contributions of John C Harsanyi, John F Nash and Reinhard Selten, Internat. J. Game Theory 24 (1) (1995), 3-11.

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