Game theory and economics in the news
|May 3, 2005||The Times of India, Dogmatic rationality becomes irrelevant
(by Ashok Vohra)
|2005||Beliefnet, Rooting for the Joneses
Describes the human emotion of jealousy as "a perfect paradigm of insufficiency: I am less because you are more. It's a zero-sum game." (by Marc Ian Barasch)
|May 10, 2003||New Scientist, To trust is human
One researcher suggests a hormonal cause of good will in games and an inverse link between religion and altrusim. (by Ken Grimes)
|November 15, 2002||Miami Herald, Nash of 'A Beautiful Mind' fame testifies in Benlate case
John Nash acts as expert witness in support of game theory in the court room.
|October 25, 2002||Harvard Crimson, Philosopher attacks self-interest
Philosopher offers resolution to prisoner's dilemma relying on the establishment of "social identities."
|October 22, 2002||Daily Hampshire Gazette, 'Game theory': excuse for anything
Local columnist blames the field of game theory for the existence of unethical behavior.
|March 1, 2001||Rationally Speaking, Game theory, rational egoism and the evolution of fairness
Asks if ethics are rational and discusses the ultimatum game.
|May 1, 1999||New Jersey Lawyer, Negotiating better results for your clients
Rules for negotiation and repeated encounters