Mathematical Behavioral Sciences
"LUCE AND RAIFFA AFTER 50 YEARS: WHAT IS NEXT?" - JANUARY 25-27, 2008
DUNCAN LUCE AND HOWARD RAIFFA - DISCUSSION OF GAMES AND DECISIONS
TOM SCHELLING, Professor, School of Public Policy, U. of Maryland
ROGER MYERSON, Professor, Dept. of Economic, U. of Chicago – "Discussion on the evolution of non-cooperative game theory in the 1950s and the state of the art today"
LLLOYD SHAPLEY, University of California, Los Angeles
ERIC MASKIN, Professor, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University – "Mechanism Design: How to Implement Social Goals"
EHUD KALAI, Professor, Department of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University – "Perspectives on Game Science"
AVINASH DIXIT, Professor, Department of Economics, Princeton – "The achievements and future of game theory: A user's perspective"
SIMON LEVIN, Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton – "Games, Groups, Norms and Societies"
ROBERT WILSON, Professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University – "Evolution of Game Theory into Multi-Person Decision Theory"
KEN BINMORE, Professor, Dept. of Economics, U. College of London – "Making Decisions in Large Worlds"
CHARLES PLOTT, Professor, Economics & Political Sciences, Cal Tech
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