Game theory and economics in the news
|September 23, 2003||New York Post, Why Clark will fade
Argues that the Clintons wish to change the game for personal gain, propping up weak candidates to prolong confusion.
|October 31, 2002||The Economist, Setting the trap
Applauds U.S.-style antitrust laws that provide immunity to cartel members who come forward as a "clever use of game theory" creating a race to cooperate.
|March 16, 2002||ABC News, FTC Files Drug Co. Complaint
Generic drug makes paid not to produce generics in cooperation among pharmaceutical manufacturers.
|September 1, 2000||Campaign for America, The billionaire's buyout plan
Warren Buffett proposes to change the rules of the campaign finance strategic voting game
|November 18, 1996||Wall Street Journal, Even a losing bid can pay off
Examines strategic moves that result in other participants paying you to play the game.