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Robert Aumann, Thomas Schelling

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Could Game Theory Be Used To Prevent Human Extinction?

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That same year, economist and foreign affairs expert Thomas Schelling published a book, The Strategy of Conflict, that pioneered the study of bargaining and strategic behaviour, or conflict behaviour, through a game theoretic lens. His applications of ...

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Past Winners of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science

New York Times
Simon Kuznets receiving his Nobel in 1971 “for his empirically founded interpretation of economic growth.” Credit Reportagebild/Associated Press. The economics prize was established in 1968 in memory of Alfred Nobel, to celebrate the 300th anniversary ...

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Today in History

Worcester Telegram
Israeli-American Robert J. Aumann and Thomas C. Schelling of the U.S. won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for their research on game theory. Milton Obote, the first prime minister of an independent Uganda, died in Johannesburg, South Africa, at ...

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Draw some red lines: In relations with neighbours, rework stagnant calculus of deterrence with compellence

Economic Times (blog)
Economist Thomas Schelling, who won the Nobel for game theory analysis with Robert Aumann, coined the term 'compellence' which he subtly differentiated from deterrence. Unlike deterrence that prevents an adversary from changing status quo, ...

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