Posted by: Michael Mandel on October 11
Here’s a link to a new piece that I wrote on the Nobel Prize:
I like rationality as much as the next person. When I was in high school in Brooklyn in the 1970s, I laboriously worked my way through a thick book called Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, the founding bible of game theory (yes, I was an odd kid). It had chapter titles like “Qualitative Discussion of the Problem of Rational Behavior” and “The Symmetric Five-Person Game.” A decade later, I used game theory in my doctoral dissertation.
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