Directions for possible extensions:
more complex games (e.g., more agents, options, and outcomes)
allowing for uncertainty (e.g., in range of options, their likelihoods, and payoff matrices)
Social situations are often messier than non-social ones, but the corresponding models must not be more complex. In this chapter, the analysis of strategic games, population dynamics, and social networks illustrated some starting points for such models. More detailed models will primarily require a clear conceptual grasp on the research questions to be addressed by them.
Here are some pointers to sources of inspirations and ideas: