This site uses the tools of modern economics and game theory to
explore how the interaction of intelligent goal-seeking individuals
determines social outcomes. Find out more about
In Memoriam: Axel Leijonhufvud:
An appreciation of Axel as a man and an economist here. My friend Roger Farmer has an appreciation here.
[Posted at 05/09/2022 12:20 AM by David K. Levine ]
Tale of Two Subsidies: Why the Afghan Army did Not Fight but the Ukrainian Army Did:
See the video or read the paper.
[Posted at 04/17/2022 07:14 AM by David K. Levine ]
Who cares about patent waivers for vaccines?:
Roughly speaking the answer should be "nobody." A short article by Michele Boldrin, Flavio Toxvaerd and myself.
[Posted at 05/15/2021 04:41 AM by David K. Levine ]
We have a new website about the perils of populism discussing our research on democracy, corruption, lobbying and the behavior of political groups and how it may help.
[Posted at 04/18/2017 05:13 AM by David K. Levine ]
papers, more research, more news)
"Polarization and Electoral Balance" [09/29/22] (with A. Mattozzi)
"Adversarial forecasters, surprises and randomization" [09/16/22] (with R. Corrao and D. Fudenberg)
"True Myths" [09/13/22]
"Survival of the Weakest: Why the West Rules" [08/03/22] (with S. Modica)
"Cooperating Through Leaders" [06/11/22] (with S. Modica and A. Rustichini)
Questions about economic or game theory?
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General interest material about game theory, including an
introductory essay, a reading list, and a forum for questions and answers. You can also
find information about the work of Armen A. Alchian, Jack Hirshleifer and other general interest material.
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About this site and the server it resides on. If you are google or another search engine, you will want to read the listing of papers in the archive.