Martin Shubik

A member of the Yale faculty since 1963, Professor Shubik is a specialist in strategic analysis, the economics of corporate competition, and the study of financial institutions. He has been a consultant to many major corporations, including the RAND Corporation, Ford Foundation, General Electric Company, and IBM, and to the agencies of several foreign governments. He has also served as an expert witness in financial and economic litigation. The author of over three hundred articles and over a dozen books, Professor Shubik has served on the staff of General Electric’s Operations Research team, the T.J. Watson Research Laboratories at IBM, and as a visiting professor at the University of Chile in Santiago, the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, and the University of Melbourne. He has also served as director of the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics at Yale.

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Working Papers
The Cowles Foundation
Santa Fe Institute
Web Games
Instructions Stony Brook July 2012
Publications by Topic
Game Theory and Operations Research
Theory of Money
Experimental and Other Gaming
Political Science
Defense Analysis
Economic Theory
Miscellaneous Topics
Writing and Poetry
Other Writings
Op Eds & Political & Social Commentary
Spam and Junk
War as a Spectator Sport
The Unintended Consequences Game
The Stock Market
The Crisis 2
Federal Reserve Employment Agency
The Price of Modernity: Technology & Terror
A Proposal for the Voting Control Power of US
On Sin Taxes
Essays and Verse
A Study of Life
The Final Voyage



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