Economic and Game Theory
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I'm broadly familiar with what game theory/semantics is - having been introduced informally to some of the concepts around ten years ago in a graduate computer-science context. I am aware that the subject has moved on somewhat since then - and that I was only ever exposed to a narrow view of the field.
I am looking for a text (or texts) which will both bring me up-to-date with accepted state of the art - and to act as a refresher as I've now forgotten much of the jargon. I'm not looking for a 'popular science' book or a book that focuses narrowly on one specific aspect of game theory.
Any recommendation would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,