International Society on Dynamic Games


Annals of Dynamic Games

Homepage of the series: Annals of ISDG; respective section of the Springer Internet-shop is here. See some background here.

Earlier conference proceedings

  • R. P. Hämäläinen and H. Ehtamo (Eds.), Differential Games - Developments in modelling and Computation, Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, Vol. 156,Springer-Verlag, 1991.
  • R. P. Hämäläinen and H. Ehtamo (Eds.), Dynamic Games in Economic Analysis, Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, Vol. 157, Springer-Verlag, 1991.
  • T. Basar and P. Bernhard (Eds.), Differential Games and Applications, Lecture Notes in control and Information Sciences, Vol. 119, Springer-Verlag, 1989.


International Game Theory Review
Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.

Aims and Scope

International Game Theory Review is a refereed quarterly academic journal, which publishes original contributions involving game-theoretic analysis. Addressing designs, problems and solutions pertaining to strategic decisions, the Review aims to promote a balanceed interest between theory and application. it emphasises rigorous analysis. Papers should offer up-to-date insights and perspectives through original research. the Review considers game-oriented papers from all fields of study. An important aim of the Review is the encouragement of interdisciplinary communications and interactions among researchers in game theory from different disciplines. Special attention is paid to complex and ill-structured game situations and their formal treatments. regular articles on theory and applications, technical notes, comments, case studies, numerical analysis, simulations and computational algorithms are welcome.

Managing editor
David W. K. Yeung,

Steffen Jorgensen,
Leon A. Petrosjan, 

Dynamic Games and Applications
Published by Birkhäuser

Aims and Scope

Dynamic Games and Applications is devoted to the development of all classes of dynamic games, namely, differential games, discrete-time dynamic games, evolutionary games, repeated and stochastic games, and their applications in all fields, including:

  • biology;
  • computer science;
  • ecology;
  • economics;
  • engineering;
  • management science;
  • operations research;
  • political science;
  • psychology.

DGA seeks original research that makes significant methodological, conceptual, algorithmic, or empirical contributions to various disciplines. DGA also considers work in static game theory and dynamic optimization provided that authors establish a clear, potential link to dynamic games. DGA publishes regular papers, technical notes, survey articles, and case studies.

Georges Zaccour,



  1. 1st Issue
    • Opinion Dynamics and Learning in Social Networks
      Daron Acemoglu and Asuman Ozdaglar
    • Prices of Anarchy, Information, and Cooperation in Differential Games
      Tamer Basar and Quanyan Zhu
    • Some Recent Aspects of Differential Game Theory
      Rainer Buckdahn, Pierre Cardaliaguet and Marc Quincampoix
    • Dynamic Games in the Economics of Natural Resources: A Survey
      Ngo Van Long
    • Social Control and the Social Contract: The Emergence of Sanctioning Systems for Collective Action
      Karl Sigmund, Christoph Hauert, Arne Traulsen and Hannelore De Silva
    • Zero-Sum Repeated Games: Recent Advances and New Links with Differential Games
      Sylvain Sorin
Published by Sergey Kumkov