Thomas C. Schelling’s psychological decision theory: Introduction to a special issue

2007-06-21T09:59:42Z (GMT) by Andrew M. Colman
Thomas C. Schelling’s most influential contributions include focal points in coordination games, commitment and credible threats in bargaining, the theory of social dilemmas, and anticipatory self-command in intertemporal choice. His spatial proximity models are early prototypes of cellular automata. Contributions to this special issue were inspired by a few of these theoretical ideas.




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