Competition



Competition The Mathematical Theory Of Games Sheds Light On A Wide Range Of Competitive Activities What Do Chess Playing Computer Programs, Biological Evolution, Competitive Sports, Gambling, Alternative Voting Systems, Public Auctions, Corporate Globalization, And Class Warfare Have In Common All Are Manifestations Of A New Paradigm In Scientific Thinking, Which James Case Calls The Emerging Science Of Competition Drawing In Part On The Pioneering Work Of Mathematicians Such As John Von Neumann, John Nash Of A Beautiful Mind Fame , And Robert Axelrod, Case Explores The Common Game Theoretical Strands That Tie These Seemingly Unrelated Fields Together, Showing How Each Can Be Better Understood In The Shared Light Of The Others Not Since James Gleick S Bestselling Book Chaos Brought Widespread Public Attention To The New Sciences Of Chaos And Complexity Has A General Interest Science Book Served Such An Eye Opening Purpose Competition Will Appeal To A Wide Range Of Readers, From Policy Wonks And Futurologists To Former Jocks And Other Ordinary Citizens Seeking To Make Sense Of A Host Of Novel And Frequently Controversial Issues.

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  • Hardcover
  • Competition
  • James Case
  • English
  • 18 June 2017
  • 0809035774

10 thoughts on “Competition

  1. Rossdavidh says:

    Subtitle The Birth of a New Science Economics has been, de facto, the study of competition for about half a century since it became clear to any objective observer that communism didn t work the way Marx claimed it would How much was really learned According to the author of this book, James Case, very little, and not so much for lack of evidence as because of an unwillingness to see what was in front of them Case s argument essentially asserts that most of modern economics is, literally, Subtitle The Birth of a New Science Economics has been, de facto, the study of competition for about half a century since it became clear to any objective observer that communism didn t work the way Marx claimed it would How much was really learned According to the author of this book, James Case, very little, and not so much for lack of evidence as because of an unwillingness to see what was in front of them Case s argument essentially asserts that most of modern economics is, literally, pseudo science.Case does a fair...

  2. Al Mcphee says:

    Much of its content is quite interesting, as it compares orthodox economic thought, pretty much free market economics, with heterodox economics, which attempts to formalize economics in acompetitive environment As the number of competitors increases, the ability to model the environment becomesdifficult Only inrecent times, with improved mathematical models and advanced computational methods, has it been possible to create and view dif...

  3. John says:

    Interesting book, combining an introduction to various forms of game theory with a lengthy discussion of economics and especially of the putative gains from trade The two discussions are tied together by the following thesis classical economics is not an experimental science, an experimentally based science of competition is now developing, this science is not consistent with the dogmas of classical economics, therefore some of said dogmas should be abandoned or modified The author has Interesting book, combining...

  4. Robert Giambo says:

    In the end, not very interesting or teaching me anything new.

  5. Greg Green says:

    In some sense a non traditional look at economics Worth the read.

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