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List of math intense graduate level microeconomics books?

Except Reny's book, krep's books, varian's book and mas-collell's book

books from subfields are acceptable, however by math intense i mean most of the books pages contain some level of math

Please categorize the book

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For game theory:

Game Theory by Fudenberg and Tirole

Repeated Games and Reputations : Long-Run Relationships by Mailath and Samuelson

The Theory of Learning in Games by Fudenberg and Levine

Evolutionary Game Theory by Weibull

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Mas-Collel is very popular. It is very math heavy. Every idea and concept is done pretty rigorously and it pretty well covers everything. The book is a very slow read and is sometimes uneven. Very detailed in some sections and not as good in others. That said, in my experience, it is the graduate microeconomics bible. If you have a question, your answer is somewhere in there.

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For stochastic processes and calc, Dixit's The Art of Smooth Pasting is written for the econ audience.

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Myerson is pretty well-structured in his math: Game Theory

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