Publications by Topic
Game Theory and Operations Research
Theory of Money
Experimental and Other Gaming
Political Science
Defense Analysis
Economic Theory
Miscellaneous Topics
Other Writings
  Martin Shubik: Curriculum Vita
Formal Education
Employment or Affiliation
Other Information
Marital Status
Fellowships, etc.
Other Activities

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Born at Murray Hill Hospital in
New York City on March 24, 1926.

Disclaimer: This was the date in "Alice in Wonderland" when the Mad Hatter went mad

Mad Hatter

Age 2
A. Formal Education
Woodstock School, London, England
University College School, London, England
Canford School, Dorset, England
Pickering College, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, Senior Matric, 1943

Around age 15
University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, B.A. Mathematics, 1947
University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M.A. Political Economy, 1949
Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., A.M. Economics, 1951
Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., Ph.D. Economics, 1953

The young collegian
B. Employment or Affiliation
  9/48-5/49 Demonstrator in Physics (part-time)
University of Toronto
9/50-9/51 Research Assistant (part-time)
Economics Research Project
Princeton University
9/51-5/53 Research Assistant
Economics Research Project
Princeton University
6/53-6/55 Research Associate
Economics Research Project
Princeton University
8/55-8/56 Fellow
Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences
Palo Alto, California
9/56-9/60 Consultant
Management Consultation Services
General Electric Company
9/57-9/59 Adjunct Research Professor
Pennsylvania State University
9/60-6/61 Visiting Professor of Economics
Yale University
10/61-8/63 Staff Member
T. J. Watson Research Laboratories
9/63-11/75 Professor of the Economics of Organization
Department of Administrative Sciences
Yale University
2/65-9/65 Visiting Professor
Escuela de Estudios Economicos
Univ. de Chile, Santiago, Chile
5/70 to 7/70
Visiting Professor
Institute for Advanced Studies
Vienna, Austria
9/70-9/71 Consultant
The RAND Corp., Santa Monica, CA
(Leave of Absence from Yale University)
6/73-8/73 Visiting Professor
Department of Economics
Univ. of Melbourne, Australia
7/73-6/76 Director
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics
Yale University
11/75-6/07 Seymour H. Knox Professor of Mathematical Institutional Economics
Yale University
6/07-Present Seymour H. Knox Professor of Mathematical Institutional Economics (emeritus)
Yale University
  Sometime Consultant to:

Naval Air Development Center, Johnsville, PA (Analytic Computer Group, Op. Res. on Weapons Systems); Ford Foundation, Economic Development Administration; The RAND Corporation; System Development Corporation; Sikorsky Aircraft Div. (United Aircraft Corp.); University and Banco Central of Uruguay; ARPA (Thailand Project); General Electric Corporation (TEMPO); National Bureau for Research in Economics; IESC; Mathematica; IBM; Ministry of Finance, Kenya; Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Brazil; NASA; Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and expert witness on various financial matters.

  Sometime Member of:

Advisory Committee on the Study of the Management of Automatic Data Processing in the Federal Government, Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget; Commission for the Year 2000; Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (CUPM); The City of New York Operations Research Council; Computer Advisory Committee for the Brookings Institution; Advisory Committee, Institute for the Future; and others.

  Sometime Director of:

Equity Strategies; Anglo Petroleum; Perini Corporation.

C. Other Information
Lieutenant (L), Royal Canadian Navy (Reserve), (Electronics and Radar) Status since 1950: Retired
R-1201, V-74782

Citizenship: U.S.A.

Born: March 24, 1926, Manhattan, New York

In the Navy
D. Marital Status
Married to Julie K. Shubik; one child, Claire Louise, born 1973
The Shubik family
E. Fellowships, etc.
  Harris Scholarship, University of Toronto, 1943
Scholar in Economics, Princeton University, 1949
Theodore Cuyler, Jr. Fellow, Princeton, 1950
Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1955
Fellow, Econometric Society, 1971
Fellow, World Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1975
Honorary Professor, University of Vienna, 1978
Medal, College de France, 1978
The Lanchester Prize, 1984
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1985
Fellow, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1993
External Faculty Santa Fe Institute, 1994
Koopman Prize, Military Application Section, INFORMS, 1995
Member, Science Board, Santa Fe Institute, 1997-Present
The International Insurance Society Shin Research Excellence Award, 1999
Distinguished Fellow American Economic Association, 2010
F. Other Activities
  Sometime Associate Editor: Basic Books, Management Science; Member of Editorial Board: Review of Income and Wealth, Simulation and Games, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Eastern Economic Journal; Complexity, Member of Advisory Board: International Journal of Game Theory, International Studies Series; Reviewer on proposals submitted for funding to: National Science Foundation, Canada Council, and others; Chairman, Board of Directors, Social Systems, Inc., 1978-1980; Director, Equity Strategies, 1984-94; Director Anglo Energy, 1988-1989; Director Perini Corporation, 2003-2005; Director Third Avenue Fund, 1991-present; Risk Management and Insurance Review.
Publications by Topic
Game Theory and Operations Research
Theory of Money
Experimental and Other Gaming
Political Science
Defense Analysis
Economic Theory
Miscellaneous Topics
Other Writings
1. Readings in Game Theory and Political Behavior, New York: Doubleday, 1954.
2. Strategy and Market Structure, New York: Wiley, 1959. [Spanish Edition - Estrategia y Estructura de Mercado, Barcelona: Omega, 1962. French Edition - Strategie et Structure de Marches, Paris: Dunod, 1964.]
3. Game Theory and Related Approaches to Social Behavior, New York: Wiley, 1964. [German Edition - Spieltheorie und Sozialwissen­schaften, New York: Wiley, 1964. Japanese Edition - New York: Wiley, 1969.]
4. Essays in Mathematical Economics in Honor of Oskar Morgenstern, (M. Shubik, ed.), Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1967.
5. Games for Society, Business and War, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1975.
6. The Uses and Methods of Gaming, New York: Elsevier, 1975.
7. The Aggressive Conservative Investor, (with M. J. Whitman), New York: Random House, 1979.
8. The War Game, (with G. Brewer), Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1979.
9. Market Structure and Behavior, (with R. E. Levitan), Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1980.
10. Game Theory in the Social Sciences, Volume I, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1982.
11. Auctions, Bidding and Contracting: Uses and Theory, (M. Shubik, R. Engelbrecht-Wiggins and R. Stark, eds.), New York: New York University Press, 1983.
12. The Mathematics of Conflict, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1983.
13. Game Theory in the Social Sciences, Volume II, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1984.
14. Risk, Organizations, and Society: Studies in Risk and Uncertainty, (M. Shubik, ed.), Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.
15. Proceedings of the Conference: Accounting and Economics in honour of the 500th Anniversary of the Publication of Luca Pacioli's Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalita, Siena, 18th-19th, 1992, Garland Publishing, Inc., 1995 (Editor)
16. Political Economy, Oligopoly and Experimental Games: The Selected Essays of Martin Shubik Volume One, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 1999.
17. Money and Financial Institutions – A Game Theoretic Approach: The Selected Essays of Martin Shubik Volume Two, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 1999.
18. The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions Volume 1, Cambridge, MA; UK: MIT Press, 1999.
19. The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions Volume 2, Cambridge, MA; UK: MIT Press, 1999.
20. The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions Volume 3, Cambridge, MA; UK: MIT Press, 2010.
1. “A Business Cycle Model with Organized Labor Considered,” Econometrica, 20, 2, April 1952, 284-294.
2. “Information Theories of Competition and the Theory of Games,” Journal of Political Economy, 60, April 1952, 145-150. [Also translated into German as “Information, Wettbewerbs theorien und die Spieltheorie” in Hans-Heinrich Barnikel, Wettbewerb und Monopol, Wissenschaftliche Bucghesellschaft, Darmstadt, 1968.]
3. “A Comparison of Treatments of a Duopoly Situation” (with J. P. Mayberry and J. F. Nash), Econometrica, January 21, 1953, 141-154.
4. “Non-Cooperative Games and Economic Theory,” in Report of Conference on the Theory of N-Person Games, March 1953, 20-23.
5. “Solutions of N-Person Games with Ordinal Utilities” (with L. S. Shapley), Econometrica, 21, 2, April 1953, 348-349.
6. “Game Theory and Operations Research,” Journal of the Research Society of America, 1, May 1953, 152.
7. “The Role of Game Theory in Economics,” Kyklos, 7, 2, 1953, 21-34.
8. “A Method for Evaluating the Distribution of Power in a Committee System” (with L. S. Shapley), The American Political Science Review, 48, 3, September 1954, 787-792.
9. “Introduction to the Nature of Game Theory,” in Readings in Game Theory and Political Behavior, (M. Shubik, ed.), New York: Doubleday, 1954, 1-11.
10. “Does the Fittest Necessarily Survive?” in Readings in Game Theory and Political Behavior (M. Shubik, ed.), New York: Doubleday, 1954, Chapter 5, 43-46.
11. “Information, Risk, Ignorance and Indeterminacy,” The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 68, November 1954, 629-640.
12. “A Comparison of Treatments of a Duopoly Problem (Part II),” Econometrica, 23, 4, 1955, 417-431.
13. “The Uses of Game Theory in Management Science,” Management Science, 2, 1, October 1955, 40-54. [Reprinted in Readings in Management Science (C. Turban and N. P. Loomba, eds.), Dallas: Business Publications, Inc., 1976.]
14. “A Game Theorist Looks at the Antitrust Laws and the Automobile Industry,” Stanford Law Review, 8, 4, July 1956, 594-630.
15. “Market Form, Intent of the Firm and Market Behavior,” Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, 17, 2, 1957, 186-196.
16. “Economics and Operations Research: A Symposium”, The Review of Economics and Statistics, 40, 3, August 1958, 214-220.
“Simulation of the Firm,” The Journal of Industrial Engineering, Vol. IX, No. 5, September-October 1958, 391-392.
Around 1958
18. “Studies and Theories of Decision Making,” Administrative Science Quarterly, December 1958, 289-306. [Reprinted in Administration and Education (R. Elboim-Dror, ed.), Jerusalem: Achva Press Ltd., 1977.]
19. “Games of Economic Survival” (with Gerald Thompson), Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 6, 2, June 1959, 111-123.
20. “Operations Research, Models and Data Organization,” Proceedings of 1958 Meetings of American Statistical Association, 1959.
21. “Simulation and the Theory of the Firm,” Contributions to Scientific Research in Management (Proceedings on Dedication of Western Data Processing Center, Jan. 29-30), Los Angeles: University of California, Graduate School of Business Administration, 1959, 69-78.
22. “Edgeworth Market Games,” in Contributions to the Theory of Games (A. W. Tucker and R. D. Luce, eds.), 1959, Princeton, Vol. IV, 267-278. [Reprinted in: Mathematische Wirtshafts-theorie, Cologne: Verlag Kiepenheuer.]
23. “Games Decisions and Industrial Organization,” Management Science, 6, 4, July 1960, 455-474. [Reprinted in: Operations Research: A Reader (W. C. House, ed.), Ferendon Systems Press; also in Readings in Mathematical Social Science (Lazarsfeld and Henry, eds.), Chicago: Science Research Associates, Inc., 1966, 242-261.
24. “Bibliography on Simulation, Gaming, Artificial Intelligence and Allied Topics,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 55, December 1960, 736-751.
25. “Game Theory as an Approach to the Firm,” American Economic Review, 50, 2, 1960, 556-559.
26. “Simulation of the Industry and the Firm,” American Economic Review, 50, 5, 1960, 908-919.
27. “Comment to 'Forecasting from the Business Standpoint,'” in The Quality and Economic Significance of Anticipations Data, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1960, 25-27.
28. “Comments Upon Games as a Teaching Device,” in Proceedings of the Conference on Business Games (W. T. Dill, J. R. Jackson and J. W. Sweeney, eds.), New Orleans: Tulane University, 1961, 134-135.
29. “Approaches to the Study of Decision-Making Relevant to the Firm,” The Journal of Business of the University of Chicago, 34, 2, April 1961, 101-118. CFP 164 & CFDP 100.
30. “Objective Functions and Models of Corporate Optimization,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 75, 3, August 196l, 345-375. CFDP 104.
31. “Some Experimental Non Zero Sum Games with Lack of Information about the Rules,” Management Science, 8, 2, January 1962, 215-234. CFP 170 & CFDP 105.
32. “Incentives, Decentralized Control, the Assignment of Joint Costs and Internal Pricing,” Management Science, 8, 2, April 1962, 325-343. [Reprinted in: Management Controls: New Directions in Basic Research (Bonini et. al., eds.), Hightstown, N.J.: McGraw Hill, 1964, 205-226; also in: Readings in Management Decision (L. R. Amey, ed.), London: Longmans.] CFP 178 & CFDP 112.
33. “L'Oligopole et la Theorie des Jeux,” Economie Applique, 1962, 5-28.
34. “Some Reflections on the Design of Game Theoretic Models for the Study of Negotiation and Threats,” The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 7, 1 (March 1963), pp. 1-12. [Reprinted in: Theory of Games (A. Mensch, ed.), Publisher: 1966.]
35. “Toward a Study of Bidding Processes: Some Constant-Sum Games,” (with J. H. Griesmer), (Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 10, 1, March 1963, 11-21.
36. “Toward a Study of Bidding Processes, Part II: Games with Capacity Limitations” (with J. H. Griesmer), Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 10, 2, June 1963, 151-173.
37. “Toward a Study of Bidding Processes, Part III: Some Special Models” (with J. H. Griesmer), Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 10, 3, September 1963, 199-217.
38. “Simulation and Gaming: Their Value to the Study of Pricing and Other Market Variables,” in Models of Markets (A. R. Oxenfeldt, ed.), New York: Columbia University Press, 1963, 307-338.
39. “Oligopoly Bargaining: The Quantity Adjuster Models” (with L. E. Fouraker and S. Siegel), partially reported in Siegel and Siegel, Bargaining Behavior, Hightstown, NJ: McGraw-Hill, 1963.
40. “Behavioristic or Normative Decision Criteria,” in Actes de la 3me Conference Internationale de Recherche Operationnelle, Oslo (G. Kreweras and G. Morlat eds.), Paris: Dunod, 1964, 2-8.
41. “Experimental Gaming and Some Aspects of Competitive Behavior,” New Perspectives in Organization Research (W. W. Cooper, H. J. Leavitt, and M. W. Shelly, eds.), New York: Wiley, 1964, 449-463.
42. “So Long Sucker - A Four-Person Game” (with M. Hauser, J. Nash, and L. Shapley) in Game Theory and Related Approaches to Social Behavior (M. Shubik, ed.), New York: Wiley, 1964, 359-361.
43. “Game Theory and the Study of Social Behavior: An Introductory Exposition,” in Game Theory and Related Approaches to Social Behavior (M. Shubik, ed.), New York: Wiley, 1964, 3-77.
44. “Some Comments on Gaming for Teaching and Research Purposes,” in Simulation Models and Gaming, White Plains, NY: IBM Data Processing Division, 1966.
45. “Towards a Theory of Threats,” in Theory of Games, Proceedings of NATO Conference at Toulon, 1964 (A. Mensch, ed.), London: English Universities Press, Ltd, 1966.
46. “Quasi-Cores in a Monetary Economy with Nonconvex Preferences” (with L. S. Shapley), Econometrica, 34, 4, October 1966, 805-827. CFP 273.
47. “The Uses of Game Theory,” in Contemporary Political Analysis (J. Charlesworth, ed.), New York: The Free Press, 1967, Chapter 13.
“Concepts and Theories of Pure Competition” (with L. S. Shapley), in Essays in Mathematical Economics in Honor of Oskar Morgenstern (M. Shubik, ed.), Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1967, 63-79.
Around 1967
49. “Ownership and the Production Function” (with L. S. Shapley), The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 81, February 1967, 88-111. CFP 250 & CFDP 167.
50. “Information, Rationality, and Free Choice in a Future Democratic Society,” Daedalus, 96, 3, Summer Issue, 1967, 771-778. [Reprinted in Toward the Year 2000: Work in Progress (D. Bell, ed.), Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1968.]
51. “Transfer of Technology and Simulation Studies,” in The Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries (D. L. Spencer and A. Woroniak, eds.), New York: F. A. Praeger, 1967, 119-140.
52. “Toward a Study of Bidding Processes, Part IV: Games with Unknown Costs” (with J. Griesmer and R. Levitan), Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 14, 4, 1967, 415-443.
53. “Simulation of Socio-Economic Systems, Part I: General Considerations,” General Systems, 12, 1967, 149-158. CFP 267 & CFDP 203.
54. “Simulation of Socio-Economic Systems, Part II: An Aggregative Socio-Economic Simulation of a Latin American Country,” General Systems, 12, 1967, 149-175.
55. “Welfare, Economic Structure and Game Theoretic Solutions,” in New Methods of Thought and Procedure (F. Zwicky and A. G. Wilson, eds.), New York: Springer-Verlag, 1967, 228-245.
56. “Game Theory: Economic Applications,” in International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, New York: Macmillan and Free Press, 1968, 68-69. CFP 280.
57. “On the Study of Disarmament and Escalation,” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 12, 1, March 1968, 83-101. [Reprinted in Readings in the Social Science of Conflict Resolution (C. J. Smith, ed.), South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press, 1971, 130-145.]
58. “Gaming: Costs and Facilities,” Management Science, 14, 11, July 1968, 629-660.
59. “A Further Comparison of Some Models of Duopoly,” Western Economic Journal, 6, 4, 1968, 260-276. CFP 285 & CFDP 217.
60. “Planning: Perspectives and Prospects,” in Proceedings of the 11th Annual Symposium, TIMS College on Planning, Los Angeles, November 1968.
61. “Extended Edgeworth Bargaining Games and Competitive Equilibrium,” Metroeconomica, 20, 3, 1968, 299-312. CFP 305 & CFDP 107.
62. “A Two Party System, General Equilibrium and the Voter's Paradox,” Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, 28, 1968, 341-354.
63. “Price Strategy Oligopoly with Product Variation” (with L. Shapley), Kyklos, 22, 1, 1969, 30-44. CFP 291 & CFDP 233.
64. “Preface,” to R. Farquharson, Theory of Voting, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1969.
65. “Welfare, Static and Dynamic Solution Concepts,” in La Decision, Paris: Centre de la Reserche-Scientifique, 1969, 265-285. CFP 306 & CFDP 230.
66. “On Market Games” (with L. S. Shapley), Journal of Economic Theory, 1, 1, June 1969, 9-25. CFP 295.
67. “On the Core of an Economic System with Externalities” (with L. S. Shapley), American Economic Review, 59, 4, September 1969, 678-684.
68. “Pure Competition, Coalitional Power and Fair Division” (with L. S. Shapley), International Economic Review, 10, 3, October 1969, 337-362. CFP 318.
69. “A Bibliography with Some Comments,” in Game Theory (Buchler and Nutini, eds.), Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1969.
70. “Preface” to J. Cross, The Economics of Bargaining, New York: Basic Books, 1969.
71. “On Different Methods for Allocating Resources,” Kyklos, 23, 2, 1970, 332-337.
72. “A Note on a Simulated Stock Market,” Decision Sciences, 1, January-April 1970, 129-141. CFDP 249.
73. “Voting, or a Price System in a Competitive Market Structure,” American Political Science Review, 64, 1, 1970, 179-181. CFP 321.
74. “Game Theory, Behavior and the Paradox of the Prisoner's Dilemma: Three Solutions,” Conflict Resolution, 14, 2, 1970, 181-193. CFDP 274.
75. “A Curmudgeon's Guide to Microeconomics,” The Journal of Economic Literature, 8, 2, June 1970, 405-434.
76. “On Homo Politicus and the Instant Referendum,” Public Choice, Fall 1970, 79-84.
77. “Price Strategy Oligopoly: Limiting Behavior with Product Differentiation,” Western Economic Journal, 8, 3, September 1970, 226-232. [Reprinted in Readings in Microeconomics (R. E. Neel, ed.), Cincinnati: Southwestern Publishing, 1972.
78. “Gaming and Planning for Campus Crisis,” in Cybernetics, Simulation and Conflict Resolution (D. E. Knight, H. W. Curtis, and L. E. Fogel, eds.), Spartan, 1971, 79-83.
79. “Noncooperative Equilibria and Strategy Spaces in an Oligopolistic Market” (with R. E. Levitan), in Differential Games and Related Topics (H. W. Kuhn and G. P. Szego, eds.), Amsterdam: North Holland Press, 1971, 429-447. CFP 346.
80. “How to be Data Rich and Information Poor, or Let's Bury Ourselves with the Facts,” in Computers, Communications and Public Interest (M. Greenberger, ed.), Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1971, 56-59.
81. “A Simulation Model of the Economy of Brazil” (with T. H. Naylor, M. Fioravante, and J. V. Monteiro) (also in Portuguese), Revista Brasileira de Economia, 25, 1, January-March 1971, 39-63.
82. “Econometric Models of Brazil: A Critical Appraisal” (with T. H. Naylor and R. Zerkowski) (also in Portuguese), Revista Brasileira de Economia, 25, 1, January-March 1971, 65-91.
83. “Models, Simulations and Gaming” (with I. Kerstenetzky and T. H. Naylor) (also in Portuguese), Revista Brasileira de Economia, 25, 1, January-March 1971, 9-37.
84. “The Dollar Auction Game: A Paradox in Noncooperative Behavior and Escalation,” The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 15, 1, 1971, 109-111. [Also described by J. R. Platt in Public Interest, 25, Fall 1971, 123-124; and in Fragile Dominion, “Economic Game,” Helix Books, 1999.]
85. “An Artificial Player for a Business Market Game” (with G. Wolf and S. Lockhart), Simulation and Games, March 1971, 27-43.
86. “Games of Status,” Behavioral Sciences, 16, 2, March 1971, 117-129. CFP 340.
87. “Price Variation Duopoly with Differentiated Products and Random Demand” (with R. Levitan), Journal of Economic Theory, 3, 1, March 1971, 23-39. CFP 342 & CFDP 270.
88. “Corporate Reality and Accounting for Investors” (with M. J. Whitman), Financial Executive, May 1971, 3-14. [Reprinted in Financial Accounting Theory (T. Keller and Zeff, eds.), Hightstown: McGraw Hill; and Abr. in C.F.A. Digest, 1972.]
89. “The 'Bridge Game' Economy: An example of Indivisibilities,” Journal of Political Economy, 79, 4, July-August 1971, 909-912. CFP 354 & CFDP 267.
90. “Systems Simulation and Gaming as an Approach to Understanding Organizations” (with G. Brewer), in Proceedings: Symposium on Computer Simulation as Related to Manpower and Personnel Planning (A. I. Siegel, ed.), Washington: Applied Psychological Services and Naval Personnel Research and Development Laboratory, 1971, 17-33.
91. “Pecuniary Externalities: A Game Theoretic Analysis,” The American Economic Review, 61, 4, September 1971, 713-718. CFP 355 & CFDP 288.
92. “The Assignment Game I: The Core” (with L. Shapley), International Journal of Game Theory, 1, 2, 1971, 111-130.
93. “On the Scope of Gaming,” Management Science, 18, 5, January 1972, 20-36. CFP 359 & CFDP 318.
94. “On Gaming and Game Theory,” Management Science, 18, 5, January 1972, 37-53. [Reprinted in Systems and Management Annual (R. L. Ackoff, ed.), New York: Petrocelli Books, 1974, 441-458.]
95. “Price Duopoly and Capacity Constraints” (with R. L. Levitan), International Economic Review, 13, 1, February 1972, 111-122. CFP 363 & CFDP 287.
96. “Methodological Advances in Gaming — The One-Person, Computer Interactive, Quasi-Rigid Rule Game” (with G. Brewer), Simulation and Games, September 1972, 329-348.
97. “Some Experiences with an Experimental Oligopoly Business Game” (with G. Wolf and H. B. Eisenberg), General Systems, 17, 1972, 61-75. [Reprinted in Systems and Management Annual (R. L. Ackoff, ed.), New York: Petrocelli Books, 1974, 425-440.]
98. “An Experiment with Ten Duopoly Games and Beat-the-Average Behavior” (with M. Riese) in Contributions to Experimental Economics (H. Sauermann, ed.), 3, Tubingen: Mohr, 1972, 656-689.
99. “A Theory of Money and Financial Institutions: Fiat Money and Noncooperative Equilibrium in a Closed Economy,” International Journal of Game Theory, I, 4, 1972, 243-268. CFDP 330.
100. “Some Aspects of Socio-Economic Modelling,” Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems (M. Beckmann et. al., eds.), Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1973, 155-163.
101. “A Note on Decision Making and Replacing Sure Prospects with Uncertain Prospects,” Management Science, 19, 6, February 1973, 711-712.
102. “Commodity Money, Oligopoly, Credit and Bankruptcy in a General Equilibrium Model,” Western Economic Journal, 11, 1, March 1973, 24-38. CFP 391.
103. “An Economic Song,” Journal of Economic Literature, 11, 3, September 1973, 888.
104. “Fiat Money in an Economy with One Nondurable Good and No Credit (A Noncooperative Sequential Game)” (with W. Whitt) in Topics in Differential Games (A. Blaquiere, ed.), Amsterdam: North Holland, 1973, 401-448. CFP 389 & CFDP 355.
105. “Price Strategy Duopoly with Product Variation - Reply,” Kyklos, 26, 3, 1973, 612.
106. “Information, Duopoly and Competitive Markets: A Sensitivity Analysis,” Kyklos, 26, 4, 1973, 736-761. CFP 400 & CFDP 347.
107. “The Core of a Market Game with Exogenous Risk and Insurance,” New Zealand Economic Papers, 7, 1973. CFP 407.
108. “Concepts, Theory, and Techniques: Solution Concepts and Psychological Motivation in Prisoner's Dilemma Games” (with G. Wolf), Decision Sciences, 5, 2, April 1974, 153-163.
109. “Perception of Payoff Structure and Opponent's Behavior in Related Matrix Games,” (with G. Wolf and B. Poon). Journal of Conflict Resolution, 18, 4, December 1974, 646-655.
110. "Planning the Future,” abstract in Towards a Plan of Action for Mankind: Problems and Perspectives (M. Marois, ed.), Amsterdam: North Holland and New York: American Elsevier, 1974, 491.
111. “Money, Trust and Equilibrium Points in Games in Extensive Form,” Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, 3, 4, 1974, 365-385. CFP 420.
112. “A Note on the Shape of the Pareto Optimal Surface” (with G. Bradley), Journal of Economic Theory, 8, 4, 1974, 530-538. CFP 417 & CFDP 350.
113. “Simulation and Gaming,” in Proceedings, Symposium on Analytical Methodology, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, RD/CDAM-1, 1974, 23-28.
114. “Some Implications of the Information Revolution to Economic and Political Life,” in Man and Computer (M. Marois, ed.), Amsterdam: North Holland, 1974, 517-525.
115. “The General Equilibrium Model: Barter and Trust, or Mass Markets with Money and Credit,” Economic Record, 50, 130, 1974, 245-258. CFP 416.
116. “On the Eight Basic Units of a Dynamic Economy Controlled by Financial Institutions,” Review of Income and Wealth, 21, 2, 1975, 183-201. CFP 430 & CFDP 367.
117. “Competitive Equilibrium. The Core, Preferences for Risk and Insurance Markets,” Economic Record, 51, March 1975, 73-83.
118. “Teams Compared to Individuals in Duopoly Games with an Artificial Player” (with G. Wolf), Southern Economic Journal, 41, 4, 1975, 635-648.
119. “Oligopoly Theory, Communication, and Information,” The American Economic Review, 65, 2, May 1975, 280-283. [Papers and Proceedings of the Eighty-seventh Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, San Francisco, December 1974.] CFP 426 & CFDP 388.
120. “On the Role of Numbers and Information in Competition,” Revue Economique, 26, 4, 1975, 605-621. CFDP 371.
121. “The General Equilibrium Model is Incomplete and Not Adequate for the Reconciliation of Micro and Macroeconomic Theory,” Kyklos, 28, 3, 1975, 545-73. CFP 432.
122. “Mathematical Models for a Theory of Money and Financial Institutions,” in Adaptive Economic Models (R. H. Day and T. Groves, eds.), New York: Academic Press, 1975, 513-574. CFDP 377.
123. “Alternative Futures: Expectations,” in Environment and Society in Transition: World Priorities (B. Pregel, H. D. Lasswell, and J. McHale, eds.), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 261, New York: The New York Academy of Sciences, 1975, 20-24.
124. “Competitive Outcomes in the Cores of Market Games” (with L. Shapley), International Journal of Game Theory, 4, 4, 1975, 229-237. CFP 435.
125. “A Noncooperative Model of a Closed Trading Economy with Many Traders and Two Bankers,” Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, 36, 1976, 49-60. CFP 438.
126. “A Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, Part 27: Beyond General Equilibrium,” Economie Applique, 29, 2, 1976, 319-337. CFP 441 & CFDP 462.
127. “Competitive Equilibrium, Contingent Commodities and Information,” The Journal of Finance, 32, 1, March 1977, 189-193. CFP 444 & CFDP 379.
128. “Control of Understanding in Model Building: Sponsors, Planners, and Users,” in Design of Global Systems, Models and Their Limitations (M. Marois, ed.), New York: Pergamon Press, 1977, 135-139.
129. “A Closed Economic System with Production and Exchange Modelled as a Game of Strategy” (with P. Dubey), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 4, 1, March 1977, 253-287. CFP 460 & CFDP 429.
130. “Beliefs About Coalition Formation in Multiple Resource Three-Person Situations” (with G. Wolf), Behavioral Science, 22, 1977, 99-106. CFP 446.
131. “A Closed Economy with Exogenous Uncertainty, Different Levels of Information, Money, Futures and Spot Markets” (with P. Dubey), International Journal of Game Theory, 6, 4, 1977, 231-248. CFP 466 & CFDP 414.
132. “Banks, Insurance and Futures Markets of a Trading Economy with Money, Exogenous Uncertainty and an Optimal Bankruptcy Rule,” Lecture Notes, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1977, 668-692.
133. “The Optimal Bankruptcy Rule in a Trading Economy Using Fiat Money” (with C. Wilson), Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, 37, 3-4, 1977, 337-354. CFP 465.
134. “An Example of a Trading Economy with Three Competitive Equilibria” (with L. Shapley), The Journal of Political Economy, 85, 4, August 1977, 873-875. CFP 447.
“Trade Using One Commodity as a Means of Payment” (with L. Shapley), The Journal of Political Economy, 85, 5, October 1977, 937-968. CFP 450.
At Yale, around 1977
136. “Competitive and Controlled Price Economies: The Arrow-Debreu Model Revisited,” in Equilibrium and Disequilibrium in Economic Theory (G. Schwodiauer, ed.), Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel, 1977, 213-224. CFP 461.
137. “Trade and Prices in a Closed Economy with Exogenous Uncertainty and Different Levels of Information” (with P. Dubey), Econometrica, 45, 7, October 1977, 1657-1680. CFP 453.
138. “Duopoly with Price and Quantity as Strategic Variables” (with R. E. Levitan), International Journal of Game Theory, 7, 1, 1978, 1-11. CFP 468 & CFDP 289.
139. “Opinions on How to Play Some Simple Games,” Simulation and Games, 9, 1, March 1978, 67-88. SOM B#2.
140. “Geld-und finanzwirtschaftliche Institutionen unter dem Aspekt der Theorie nicktkooperativer Spiele,” translated from the English by Rainer Giersch, Verhandlungen auf der Arbeitstagung des Vereins fur Socialpoltik Gesellschaft fur Wirtschafts-und Sozialwissenschaften in Munster, 1977, Neuere Entwicklungen in den Wirfschaftswissenschaften, Berlin: Duncker and Humblot, 1978.
141. “A Theory of Money and Financial Institutions,” Economie Applique, 31, 1 and 2, 1978, 61-84. CFDP 462.
142. “The Noncooperative Equilibria of a Closed Trading Economy with Market Supply and Bidding Strategies” (with P. Dubey), Journal of Economic Theory, 17, 1, February 1978, 1-20. CFP 473 & CFDP 422
143. “Market Structure, Opponent Behavior and Information in a Market Game” (with G. Wolf), Decision Sciences, 9, 3, July 1978, 421-428.
144. “Experiments with Games in Characteristic Function or Coalitional Form,” in Encyclopedia Handbook of the Mathematical Economic Sciences (R. Selten, ed.), Bielefeld, 1978.
145. “The Nucleolus as Noncooperative Game Solution” (with H. P. Young), in Game Theory and Political Science (P. C. Ordeshook, ed.), New York: New York University Press, 1978, 511-527. CFDP 478.
146. “A Dynamic Economy with Fiat Money Without Banking but with Ownership Claims to Production Goods,” Hommage a Francois Perroux Presses Universitaires de Grenoble, 1978, 675-688.
147. “On Concepts of Efficiency,” Policy Sciences, 9, Elsevier, 1978, 121-126.
148. “Opinions on How One Should Play a Three Person Nonconstant Sum Game,” Simulation and Games, September 1978, 301-308. CFP 484.
149. “Trade with Fiat Money but No Individual Trust: A Preliminary Stage Towards Banking,” Pioneering Economics, Cedam-Padova, 1978, 937-989. CFDP 363.
150. “Game Theory II: Economic Applications,” International Encyclopedia of Statistics, The Free Press, 1978, 69-74.
151. “Logrolling and Budget Allocation Games” (with L. Van der Heyden), International Journal of Game Theory, 7, 3/4, 1978, 151-162. CFP 482 & CFDP 445.
152. “Oskar Morgenstern: Mentor and Friend,” International Journal of Game Theory, 7, 3/4, 1978, 131-135.
153. “Computers and Modelling,” in Future Impact of Computers: A 20-Year View (M. L. Dertouzos and J. Moses, eds.), Cambridge: MIT Press, 1979, 285-305.
154. “On the Number of Types of Markets with Trade in Money: Theory and Possible Experimentation,” in Research in Experimental Economics (V. L. Smith, ed.), JAI Press, April 1979, Vol. 1. CFDP 446.
155. “Bankruptcy and Optimality in a Closed Trading Mass Economy Modelled as a Non-Cooperative Game” (with P. Dubey), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 6, 1979, 115-134. CFDP 488.
156. “Unconventional Methods of Economic Warfare,” Conflict, 1, 3, 1979, 211-229. SOM A #6.
157. “Entry in Oligopoly Theory: A Survey” (with K. Nti), Eastern Economic Journal, 5, 1-2, 1979, 281-289. SOM A #17.
158. “Oskar Morgenstern, a Biography,” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Biographical Supplement, Vol. 18, The Free Press, 1979, 541-544.
159. “Stochastic Games, Oligopoly Theory and Competitive Resource Allocation” (with M. J. Sobel), in Dynamic Optimization and Mathematical Economics (Pan-Tai Liu, ed.), Plenum Publishing Co., 1980, 89-104. CFDP 525.
160. “The Capital Stock Modified Competitive Equilibrium,” in Models of Monetary Economies (J. H. Karaken and N. Wallace, eds.), Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 1980. CFDP 507.
161. “Efficiency Properties of Strategic Market Games: An Axiomatic Approach” (with P. Dubey and A. Mas-Colell), Journal of Economic Theory, 22, 2, April 1980, 339-362. CFP 501.
162. “A Strategic Market Game with Price and Quantity Strategies” (with P. Dubey), Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, 40, 1-2, 1980, 25-34. CFP 510 & CFDP 521.
163. “Noncooperative Oligopoly with Entry” (with K. Nti), Journal of Economic Theory, 24, 2, April 1981, 187-204.
164. “Information Conditions, Communication and General Equilibrium” (with P. Dubey), Mathematics of Operations Research, 6, 2, May 1981, 186-189. CFP 526 & CFDP 467.
165. “Systems Defense Games: Colonel Blotto, Command and Control” (with R. J. Weber), Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 28, 2, June 1981, 281-287. CFP 521 & CFDP 489.
166. “The Profit Maximizing Firm: Managers and Stockholders,” (with P. Dubey), Economies et Societes (Cahiers de l'Institut de Sciences Mathematiques et Economiques Appliquees, Serie EM No. 6, Laboratoire Associe au C.N.R.S.), Vol. 14, 1981, 1369-1388. CFDP 483.
167. “Game Theory Models and Methods in Political Economy,” in Handbook of Mathematical Economics (K. J. Arrow and M. C. Intrilligator, eds.), Amsterdam: North Holland, 1981.
168. “Perfect or Robust Noncooperative Equilibrium: A Search for the Philosopher's Stone?” in Essays in Game Theory and Mathematical Economics in Honor of Oskar Morgenstern, Mannheim, Germany: Bibliographisches Institut, 1981. CFP 537 & CFDP 559.
169. “A Price-Quantity Buy-Sell Market With and Without Contingent Bids,” in Studies in Economic Theory and Practice (J. Los, et. al., eds.), Amsterdam: North Holland, 1981, 117-25.
170. “Society, Land, Love or Money (A Strategic Model of How to Glue the Generations Together),” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2, 4, December 1981. CFP 555 & CFDP 559.
171. “Duopoly with Differentiated Products and Entry Barriers” (with K. Nti), Southern Economic Journal, 48, 1, 1981, 179-186. CFDP 576.
172. “War Gaming: For Whom and What?” Policy Sciences, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 15, 1982.
173. “Strategic War: What are the Questions and Who Should Ask Them?” (with P. Bracken), Technology in Society, 4, 1982, 155-179.
174. “The Shuttle Utilization: A Strategic Analysis” (with P. Hambling), Technology in Society, 4, 1982, 75-100.
175. “Business and International Political Risk” (with K. F. J. Niebling), European Management Journal, 1, 1 (Summer 1982). [Reprinted in Portfolio Planning and Corporate Strategy (Thomas H. Naylor and Michele Mann, eds.), Oxford, OH: Planning Executives Institute, 1983, 153-175.]
176. “Political Risk: Analysis, Process and Purpose,” Proceedings: International Symposium on Managing International Risk, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 1983, 109-138.
177. “Gaming: A State-of-the-Art Survey,” in Operational Gaming: An International Approach (I. Stahl, ed.), 1983.
178. “On Auctions, Bidding and Contracting,” in Auctions, Bidding and Contracting: Uses and Theory (M. Shubik, R. Engelbrecht-Wiggins and R. Stark, eds.), NY: New York University Press, 1983, 3-31.
179. “Auctions, Bidding and Markets: An Historical Sketch,” Auctions, Bidding and Contracting: Uses and Theory (M. Shubik, R. Engelbrecht-Wiggins and R. Stark, eds.), NY: New York University Press, 1983, 33-52.
180. “On Contracting with Publishers: Author’s Information Updated,” (with Peggy Heim and William J. Baumol), The American Economic Review, 73, 2, 1983, 365-381. [Papers and Proceedings of the Ninety-Fifth Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, New York (J. G. Riley and W. St. John, eds.), December 1982.]
181. “The Confusion of Is and Ought in Game Theoretic Contexts,” Management Science, 29, 12, 1983, 1380-83.
182. “Economics as a Conceptual Framework for Strategic Planning and Modeling,” Corporate Strategy (Thomas H. Naylor, ed.), Vol. 8 of Studies in Management Science and Systems (Burton V. Dean, ed.), Amsterdam: North Holland, 1983, (2nd ed.), 171-179.
183. “Strategic Purpose and the International Economy” (with P. Bracken), ORBIS, Fall 1983, 567-589.
184. “The Strategic Audit: A Game Theoretic Approach to Corporate Competitive Strategy,” Managerial and Decision Economics, 4, 3, 1983, 160-171. CFP 578.
185. “Interest Rates, Policy, Business and Theory,” The Interest Rate Dilemma (Terry Sanford, ed.), NY: KCG Production, Inc., 1983, 116-156.
“Approximate Cores of Replica Games and Economies Part I: Replica Games, Externalities, and Approximate Cores” (with M. H. Wooders), International Journal of Mathematical Social Sciences, 6, 1983, 27-48. CFP 591 & CFDP 619.
Kitchen games, around 1983
187. “Approximate Cores of Replica Games and Economies Part II: Setup Costs and Firm Formation in Coalition Production Economies” (with M. H. Wooders), International Journal of Mathematical Social Sciences, 6, 1983, 285-306. CFP 592 & CFDP 619.
188. “On the Value of Market Information and Rational Expectations,” in Operations Research and Economic Theory (H. Hauptmann, W. Krelle and K. C. Mosler, eds.), NY: Springer-Verlag, 1984, 119-134.
189. “Noncooperative Exchange Using Money and Broker-Dealers”(with K. O. Nti), International Journal of Mathematical Social Sciences, 7, 1984, 59-82.
190. “Nuclear Warfare, C3I and First and Second Strike Scenarios (A Sensitivity Analysis)” (with P. Bracken, M. Haviv, U. Tulowitzki), in The Proceedings Volume of the Seventh MIT/ONR Workshop on C3 Systems, 1984. CFDP 712.
191. “Some Thoughts on Geopolitical Factors Affecting Natural Gas Supply Schemes for Western Europe” (with R. Russell and K. F. J. Niebling), Technology in Society, 6, 1984, 109-128.
192. “Cost Allocation: Methods, Principles and Applications,” in The Cooperative Form, the Value and the Allocation of Joint Costs and Benefits (H. Peyton Young, ed.), 1985.
193. “Game Theory in Political Economy,” in Frontiers of Economics (K. J. Arrow and S. Honkapohja, eds.), Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1985.
194. “On Monopolistic Competition and Perfect Equilibria” (with P. Dubey), in Essays in Honor of Tullio Bagiotti (D. Cantarelli, A. Agnati and A. Montesano, eds.), 1985.
195. “The Many Approaches to the Study of Monopolistic Competition,” European Economic Review, 27, 1985, 97-114. CFP 641 & CFDP 713.
196. “Plausible Outcomes for Games in Strategic Form,” in the Proceedings Volume of the IIASA Summer Study on Plural Rationality and Interactive Decision Processes, Sopron, Hungary, 1985. CFP 714.
197. “Perfect Competition in Strategic Market Games with Interlinked Preferences” (with P. Dubey), Economic Letters, 17, 1985, 3-4. CFP 607.
198. “Expert Systems, Risk Assessment Games, Simulation and Knowing Your Business (What are the Assumptions, Who Should be Checking Them, How?),” in Modeling, Simulation and Gaming of Warfare (L. G. Callahan, Jr. and L. Low, eds.), Georgia Institute of Technology, 1985.
199. “A Note On Biology, Time and the Golden Rule,” in Guidance Control and Performance Evaluation in the Public Sector (F. X. Kaufmann, ed.), University of Bielefeld, 1985. CFDP 696.
200. “A Note on Enough Money in a Strategic Market Game With Complete or Fewer Markets,” Economics Letters, 19, 1985, 231-235. CFDP 730.
201. “A Strategic Market Game with Transactions Costs” (with J. Rogawski), Mathematical Social Sciences, 11, 2, 1986, 139-160.
202. “Near-Markets and Market Games” (with M. H. Wooders), Economic Studies Quarterly, 37, 4, 1986, 289-299. CFP 668 & CFDP 661.
203. “A Note on the 'Coreless' or Antibalance of a Game” (with S. Weber), International Journal of Game Theory, 15, 1, 1986, 9-20. CFDP 678 & CFP 644.
204. “Cooperative Game Solutions: Australian, Indian and U.S. Opinions,” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 30, 1, March 1986, 63-76. CFDP 517 & CFP 640.
205. “Strategic Market Game: A Dynamic Programming Application to Money, Banking and Insurance,” Mathematical Social Sciences, 12, 1986, 65-278. CFDP 715 & CFP 661.
206. “The Games Within the Game: Modeling Politico-Economic Structures,” in Guidance, Control, and Evaluation in the Public Sector, Part 5 (F.-X. Kaufmann, G. Majone, and V. Ostrom, eds.), Walter de Gruyter: Berlin-New York, 1986. CFP 647.
207. “General Equilibrium and the Foundations of the Theory of Monopolistic Competition” (with P. Dubey), Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali, 33, 3, 1986, 207-219. CFDP 814.
208. “The Revelation of Information in Strategic Market Games,” (with P. Dubey and J. Geanakoplos), The Journal of Mathematical Economics, 16, 1987, 105-137. North Holland. CFP 686.
209. “The Unique Minimal Cash Flow Competitive Equilibrium,” Economics Letters, 25, 1987, 303-306.
210. “What is an Application and When is Theory a Waste of Time? Management Science, 33, 12, 1988. CFP 695.
211. “A Note on an Optimal Garnishing Rule,”(with P. Dubey), Economics Letters, 27, 1988, 5-6. CFP 708.
212. “A Model of A Sudden Death Field Goal Football Game As A Sequential Duel,” (with S. Sahi), Mathematical Social Sciences, 15, Issue #3, 1988, 205-215. CFDP 751.
213. “Gaming, Theory and Practice: Past and Future,” Simulation and Games, 20, 2, 1989.
214. “Gold, Liquidity and Secured Loans in a Multistage Economy Part I: Gold as Money,” Journal of Economics (Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie), 49, 3, 1989, 245-277. (NSF) CFP 731 & CFDP 87lR.
215. “Open Questions in Defense Economics and Economic Warfare,” (with R. Verkerke), Journal of Conflict Resolution, (PEW), 33, 3, 1989, 480-499.
216. “Strategic Offensive and Defensive Forces and Worldwide Coalition Games,” (with Jerome Bracken), Defense Decision Making, Springer-Verlag, 1989, 169-185.
217. “Money and Financial Institutions: A Game Theoretic Approach,” Handbook of Monetary Economics, (B. Friedman, F. Hahn, eds.), l990.
218. “On Strategic Market Game Models of Exchange Economies,” in Game Theory and Applications, Academic Press, (T. Ichiishi, A. Neymen, and Y. Tauman, eds.), 1990, 252-272.
219. “The Capital Asset Pricing Model as a General Equilibrium with Incomplete Markets,” (with J. Geanakoplos), Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory, 15, l, 1990, 55-71. CFP 759.
220. “Gold, Liquidity and Secured Loans in a Multistage Economy Part II: Many Durables Land and Gold,” (with S. Yao), Journal of Economics, 52, 1990, l-23. CFDP 904.
221. “The Transactions Cost of Money (A Strategic Market Game Analysis),” (with S. Yao), in International Journal of Mathematical Social Sciences, 20, 2, 1990, 99-114. CFDP 902.
“A Strategic Market Game with Complete Markets,” (with R. Amir, S. Sahi, and S. Yao), Journal of Economic Theory, 51, 1, 1990, 126-143. CFP 757.
The rug merchant, around 1990
223. “International Security and the Theory of Games,” CISSM Commentaries, 3, December 1990, 16-23.
224. “The Transactions Trust Demand for Money (The Money Rate of Interest in a One Period Exchange Economy),” Journal of Economics 52, 3, 1990, 211-232.
225. “Game Theory, Law, and the Concept of Competition,” University of Cincinnati Law Review, 60, 2, 1991, 285-303.
226. “The Reconciliation of Micro and Macro Economics,” Rational Interaction, volume in honor of John C. Harsanyi, Springer-Verlag, 1991, 283-301.
227. “A Strategic Market Game of a Finite Exchange Economy with a Mutual Bank,” (with J. Zhao), Mathematical Social Sciences, 22, 3, 1991, 257-274.
228. “On Matching Book: A Problem in Banking and Corporate Finance,” (with M. Sobel), Management Science, 38, 6, 1992, 827-839. CFP 816.
229. “Game Theory at Princeton 1949-55: A Personal Reminiscence,” Journal of Economic Literature, 24, Special Issue 1992.
230. “A Strategic Market Game with a Mutual Bank with Fractional Reserves and Redemption in Gold,” (with D. Tsomocos), Journal of Economics, (Zeitshrift fur Nationalokonomie), 55, 2, 2, 1992, 123-150. CFP 812.
231. “Classification of Two-Person Ordinal Bimatrix Games,” International Journal of Game Theory, (with I. Barany and J. Lee), 1993.
232. “Worldwide Nuclear Coalition Games: A Valuation of Strategic Offensive and Defensive Forces,” (with J. Bracken), Operations Research, 41, 4, 1993, 655-668.
233. “Crisis Stability Games” (with J. Bracken), Naval Research Logistics, 40, 1993, 289-303.
234. “Repeated Trade and the Velocity of Money,” (with P. Dubey and S. Sahi), Journal of Mathematical Economics, (NSF), 22, 2, 1993, 125-137. CFDP 895.
235. “Game Theory,” Encyclopedia of Applied Physics, Vol.7, 1993.
236. “Accounting and its Relationship to General Equilibrium Theory,” Economics Notes, 22, 3, 1993, 226-234.
237. “Oskar Morgenstern: A Visionary in Economic Science,” Wirtschafts-und Sozialwissenschaftenzwishcen Theorie und Praxis, Physica-Verlag, 1993, 51-59.
238. “Prominence, Symmetry or Other,” Games and Economic Behavior, 6, 2, 1994, 328-332.
239. “Some Dynamics of a Strategic Market Game with a Large Number of Agents” (with J. Miller), Journal of Economics, 60, 1, September 1994, 1-28.
240. “Construction of Stationary Markov Equilibria on a Strategic Market Game,” (with Ioannis Karatzas and William D. Sudderth), Mathematics of Operations Research, 19, 4, November 1994, 975-1006.
241. “Dynamic Solutions to a Strategic Market Game: Analysis Programming and a Genetic Algorithm Approach,” (with G. Bond and J. Liu), Many Agent Simulation and Artificial Life,” (E. Hillebrand and J. Stender, eds.), IOS Press, 1994.
242. “Reminiscences on Oskar Morgernstern,” in Luminaries: Princeton Faculty Remembered, Patricia H. Marks (ed.), published as part of the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the founding of Princeton University, Princeton Academic Press, 1996.
243. “Why Equilibrium? A Note on the Noncooperative Equilibria of Some Matrix Games,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 29, 3, May 1996, 537-539.
244. “Dumb Bugs and Bright Noncooperative Players: Games, Context and Behavior,” (with T. Quint and D. Yan), Understanding Strategic Interaction: Essays in Honor of Reinhard Selten, (W. Albers,, (eds.), Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1996, 185-197. CFDP 1094.
245. “A Strategic Market Game with Secured Lending,” (with Ioannis Karatzas and William D. Sudderth), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 28, 2, 1997, 207-247. CFDP 1099.
“On the Trail of a White Whale: The Rationalizations of a Mathematical Institutional Economist,” The Makers of Modern Economics, Volume III, edited by Arnold Heertje, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 1997, 96-121.
At home, around 1997
247. “Trade With Assignats or Landbank Money: Equilibria in a Finite-Person Strategic Market Game,” (with A. K. Jayawardene), Journal of Mathematical Economics, Elsevier Press, 27, 2, March 1997, 143-162.
248. “Terrorism, Technology and the Socioeconomics of Death,” Comparative Strategy, 16, 4, October-December 1997, 399-414.
249. “Game Theory, Complexity and Simplicity Part I: A Tutorial,” in Complexity, 3, 2, November/December 1997, 39-46.
250. “Price Variations in a Stock Market With Many Agents,” (with Per Bak and Maya Paczuski) in Physica A, 246, 3-4, December 1, 1997, 430-453.
251. “Experts, Noise Traders and Fat Tail Distributions,” (with Per Bak and Maya Paczuski), Economics Notes, 26, 2, 1997, 251-290.
252. “Time and Money,” in The Economy as a Complex Evolving System II, edited by W. Brian Arthur, Steven Durlauf, and David Lane, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1997. CFDP 1112.
253. “A Theorem on the Number of Nash Equilibria in a Bimatrix Game,” (with Thomas Quint), International Journal of Game Theory, 26, 3, 1997, 353-359. CFP 958.
254. “Insurance Market Games: Scale Effects and Public Policy,” (with Michael R. Powers and Shun Tian Yao), Journal of Economics, 67, 2, 1998, 109-134.
255. “Game Theory, Complexity and Simplicity Part II: Problems and Applications,” Complexity, 3, 3, January/February 1998, 36-45.
256. “Game Theory, Complexity and Simplicity Part III: Critique and Prospective,” Complexity, 3, 5, May 1998, 34-46.
257. “On the Tradeoff Between the Law of Large Numbers and Oligopoly in Insurance,” (with Michael R. Powers), in Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 23, 2, November 1998, 141-156.
258. “Culture and Commerce,” Journal of Cultural Economics, 23, 1-2, 1999, 13-20.
259. “Reinsurance and Retrocession: Optimal Configurations for an Evolving Market,” The Proceedings of the International Insurance Society Annual Seminar, Berlin, Germany, July 15, 1999.
260. “Quantum Economics, Uncertainty and the Optimal Grid Size,” Economics Letters, 64, 3, September 1999, 277-278.
261. “Dynamics of Money,” (with P. Bak and S. F. Nørrelykke), in Physical Review E, 60, 3, September 1999, 2528-2532.
262. “Clubs, Near Markets and Market Games” (with M. Wooders), Fields Institute Communications, Vol. 23 of Topics in Mathematical Economics and Game Theory, Essays in Honor of Robert J. Aumann (M. Wooders, ed.), Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, 1999, 233-256. CFDP 657 & CFP 989.
263. “A Behavioral Approach to a Strategic Market Game,” (with N.J. Vriend), Computational Techniques for Modelling Learning in Economics (T. Brenner, ed.), Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1999, 261-282.
264. “Spatial Competition and Price Formation,” (with K. Nagel, M. Paczuski, and P. Bak), Physica A 287, 2000, 546-562.
265. “Game Theory: Some Observations,” SOM Working Paper, #132, July 2000, in a special issue in Journal of the Operations Research Society of America.
266. “A Strategic Market Game with Active Bankruptcy,” (with J. Geanakoplos, I. Karatzas, and W. Sudderth), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 34, 3, November 2000, 359-396. CFDP 1183.
267. “The Core of Endo-Status Games and One-to-One Ordinal Preference Games” (with T. Quint), Mathematical Social Sciences, 41, 2001, 89-102.
268. “On Understanding Money,” World Economics, 2, 1, January-March 2001, 95-120.

Risk: Public Perception, and Education,” (with Michael Powers), at Temple University, Fox School of Business and Management, accepted article in the Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Business Research Forum on Global Risk Management, April 20, 2001.

270. “War Gaming in the Information Age, Theory and Purpose,” (with P. Bracken), Naval War College Review, LIV, (2), Spring 2001, 47-60.
271. “Games of Status,” (with Thomas Quint), Journal of Public Economic Theory, 3, 4, 2001, 349-372.
272. “Toward a Theory of Reinsurance and Retrocession," (with Michael Powers), Insurance: Mathematics & Economics, 29, 2, 2001, 271-290.
273. “Dynamic strategic market games: a survey with examples," (with Karatzas and Sudderth), Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali, XLVIII, 2001, 291.330.
274. “Game Theory and Experimental Gaming,” Handbook of Game Theory, Vol. 3, 2001. CFDP 891.
275. “In Memoriam: John C. Harsanyi (1920-2000),” Games and Economic Behavior, 38, 200, 2002.
276. “A Strategic Market Game with Seigniorage Costs of Fiat Money,” (with Dimitrios Tsomocos), Economic Theory, 19, 2002, 187-201.

“A Stochastic Overlapping Generations Economy with Inheritance,” (with Karatzas and Sudderth), Journal of Economics, vol. 77, #3, December 2002, pp. 207-240

278. “Money and the Monetization of Credit,” chapter 10 in Central Banking, Monetary Theory and Practice.  Essays in Honor of Charles Goodhart vol. 1, edited by Paul Mizen. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2003. CFDP #1343.
279. “Dealers in Art,” Encyclopedia of Cultural Economics, R. Towse (ed.), Edward Elgar, London, 2003. (Also SOM working paper)
280. “Information and the Existence of Stationary Markovian Equilibrium,” (with Ioannis Karatzas and William D. Sudderth), The Annuals of the International Society of Dynamic Games, vol. 7, 2003.
281. “Is Gold an Efficient Store of Value?” (with Pradeep Dubey and John Geanakoplos), Economic Theory, 21, 2003.

“A Computational Analysis of Core Convergence in a Multiple Equilibria Economy," (with Kumar and Alok), Games and Economic Behavior, vol. 42, #2, 2003, pp. 253-266.


“Market Bubbles and Wasteful Avoidance: Tax and Regulatory Constraints on Short Sales” (with Michael R. Powers and David M. Schizer), Tax Law Review, vol. 57, #2, spring 2004, pp. 233-274.


“Variation on the Theme of Scarf’s Counter-Example” (with Alok Kumar), Computational Economics, vol. 24, #1, August 2004, pp. 1-19.


“The Physics of Time and Dimension in the Economics of Financial Control” (with Erik Smith) Physica A, vol. 340, # 4, 15 September 2004, pp. 656-667. Special Issue in Honor of Per Bak. 


“The Importance of Time scales: Simple Models for Economic Markets” (with Kai Nagel and Martin Strauss), Physica A, vol. 340, #4, 15 September 2004, pp. 668-677. Special Issue in Honor of Per Bak


“Strategic Freedom, Constraint, and Symmetry in One-Period Markets with Cash and Credit Payment” (with Eric Smith), Economic Theory, vol. 25, #3, pp. 513-551, 2005.


“Default and Punishment in General Equilibrium” (with Pradeep Dubey and John Geanakoplos), Econometrica, 73 (1), pp. 1-37, January 2005.


“Stable Prices, Money and the Cost of Living,” in American Journal of Economics and Sociology, vol. 64, #1, pp. 117-124, January 2005. Special issue in honor of Irving Fisher.


“A Consumable Money: An Elementary Discussion of Commodity Money, Fiat Money and Credit: Part 1” (with Thomas Quint), The IFCAI Journal of Monetary Economics, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 6-42, February 2005.


“Is Economics the Next Physical Science?” (with D. Farmer and D. E. Smith) Physics Today, September 2005.


“How Taxes Affect Market Price: the “Longs and Shorts” of Discounting and Information,” (with M. Powers and D. Schizer), Journal of Derivatives Accounting, vol. 2, #2, September 2005.


“A Double Auction Market:  Teaching, Experiment and Theory,” Simulation and Gaming, vol.36, #2, 2005, pp.166-182.


“Gold, Fiat and Credit.  An Elementary Discussion of Commodity Money, Fiat Money, and Credit:  Part 2” (with Tom Quint) The ICFAI Journal of Monetary Economics, 2005, pp. 6-50.


“The Inflationary Bias of Real Uncertainty and the Harmonic Fisher Equation” (with Ioannis Karatzas, William Sudderth, John Geanakoplos) Economic Theory, vol. 28, #3, August 2006, pp. 481-512.


“Production, Interest, and Saving in Deterministic Economies with Additive Endowments,” (with I. Karatzas & W. D. Sudderth), Economic Theory, Vol. 29, #3, November 2006, pp. 525-548.


“A “Square-Root Rule” for Reinsurance,” (with Michael Powers) Secao Internacional, December 2006, pp. 101-107. 


“Structure, Clearinghouses and Symmetry” (with Eric Smith), Economic Theory, vol. 30, #3, March 2007, pp. 587-597.


“Organization and the concept of a playable game,” Serious Games, A CD publication of the proceedings of the 2005 International Simulation And Gaming Association conference, edited by R. Teach, ISAGA05, Atlanta 2006


“Perfect Competition,” International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, 2007.


“Monetary Theory,” International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, 2007.


“General Equilibrium,” International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, 2007.


“Money,” Encyclopedia article in International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, 2007.


“Strategic Games,” Encyclopedia article in International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, 2007.


“A Note on fairness, Power, Property and Behind the Veil,” Economic Letters, vol. 98 #1, January 2008, pp. 29-30.


“Monopolistic and Oligopolistic Banking” (with Thomas Quint) Icfai Journal of Monetary Economics, 2008.


Biography of Oskar Morgenstern, New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, 2008.


“Building Theories of Economic Process” (with Eric Smith), Econophysics, vol. 14, #3, January 2009, pp. 77-92.


“Multistage Models of Monetary Exchange: An Elementary Discussion of Commodity Money, Fiat Money and Credit, Part 4” (with Thomas Quint), Icfai Journal of Monetary Economics, February 2009, pp. 6-67.


“Terrorism Damage Exchange Rates: Quantifying Defender Disadvantage” (with Aaron Zelinsky), Defense and Security Analysis, vol. 25, March 2009, pp. 7-20.


“Research Note: Terrorist Groups as Business Firms: A New Typological Framework” (with Aaron Zelinsky), Terrorism and Political Violence, vol. 21, #2, April 2009, pp. 327-336.


“Terrorist Groups as Business Firms: A New Typological Framework” (with Aaron Zelinsky) Terrorism and Political Violence, vol. 21, #2, April 2009, pp. 327-336.


“It is Not Just A Game!” Simulation and Gaming, Apr. 2009; vol. 40.


“Network systems, protection, detection and recovery,” 2010 Contemporary security Policy (with A. Zelinski).


“Innovation and Equilibrium,” Innovation and Equilibrium. The Elgar Companion to Hyman Minsky (D. Papadimitriou and L. R. Wray, eds.) Ch 8, pp. 153-168.


“Three Minimal Market Institutions: Theory & Experimental Evidence,” (with Jurgen Huber and Shyam Sunder) 2010 The Journal of Economic Behavior. February 4, 2010.


A Note On Accounting and Economic Theory: Past, Present and Future,” Accounting, Economics and Law: Vol. 1: Issue 1, Article 1. 2011.


“El Farol revisited: A note on emergence, game theory, and society,” Complexity: January 25, 2011.


“Selecting a Unique Competitive Equilibrium with Default Penalties,” (with Jurgen Huber and Shyam Sunder) Annals of Finance (forthcoming).


“Default Penalty as a Social Mechanism for Selecting Equilibrium in Presence of Multiplicity,” (with Chen Zhong Qin) Journal of Mathematical Economics.


“Financial Control of a Competitive Economy without Randomness,” (with Ioannis Karatzas, William D. Sudderth) Journal of Public Economic Theory.


“Money and the Valuation of Trade,” (with Eric Smith) Journal of Mathematical Economics. (accepted but not yet in print)

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