Games and Economic Behavior publishes original and survey papers dealing with game-theoretic modeling in the social, biological,
and mathematical sciences. The papers are mathematically rigorous as well as accessible to readers in fields other than that of the author.
The purpose of the journal is to facilitate cross-fertilization between the theory and application of game-theoretic reasoning. In
order to achieve this purpose, papers encompassing many disciplines are of interest. Topics covered include but are not restricted to
game theory, economics, political science, biology, computer science, mathematics, psychology, and sociology.