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  Reinhard Selten at IDEAS
Reinhard Selten & Klaus Abbink & Joachim Buchta & Abdolkarim Sadrieh, 2000.
Wulf Albers, Robin Pope, Reinhard Selten and Bodo Vogt, 1999.
Selten, Reinhard & Abbink, Klaus & Buchta, Joachim & Sadrieh, Abdolkarim, 2003.
ideas.repec.org /e/pse24.html   (2888 words)

 Grandes Economistas-Reinhard Selten (1930-
Reinhard Selten and Michael Schreckenberg and Thomas Pitz and Thorsten Chmura and Sebastian Kube, 2002.
Reinhard Selten and Klaus Abbink and Ricarda Cox, 2001.
Reinhard Selten and Klaus Abbink and Joachim Buchta and Abdolkarim Sadrieh, 2000.
www.eumed.net /cursecon/economistas/selten.htm   (1008 words)

  Game theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1965, Reinhard Selten introduced his solution concept of subgame perfect equilibria, which further refined the Nash equilibrium (later he would introduce trembling hand perfection as well).
He, along with John Nash and Reinhard Selten, won the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 1994.
In the 1970s, game theory was extensively applied in biology, largely as a result of the work of John Maynard Smith and his evolutionary stable strategy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Game_theory   (4021 words)

 Reinhard Selten Biography
Reinhard Selten, who was born in October 5, 1930 in Breslau in Germany, [today it is Wrocław in Poland] is a German economist.
Reinhard Selten developed an example of a game called Selten's Horse because of its extensive form representation.
Reinhard Selten is professor emeritus at the University of Bonn in Germany, and got several honorary doctoral degrees.
www.alfredslinks.com /links/economy/selten-reinhard.htm   (221 words)

 Nash Equilibrium
Now well-known-through-Hollywood*, John Nash (1928-) won the 1994 Nobel Prize in the Economic Sciences with John Harsanyi and Reinhard Selten, "for their pioneering analysis of equilibria in the theory of non-cooperative games."
A Nash Equilibrium is a set of mixed strategies for finite, non-cooperative games between two or more players whereby no player can improve his or her payoff by changing their strategy.
Others improved upon Nash's original formulation in the 1950's and 60's (Selten, Harsanyi) and explored different possible aspects of a General Equilibrium Theory (GET) from the 70's to the 90's (Arrow, Hicks, Debreu).
www.iscid.org /encyclopedia/Nash_Equilibrium   (1153 words)

 Reinhard Selten - Interview
Interview with Professor Reinhard Selten at the 1st Meeting of Laureates in Economic Sciences in Lindau, Germany, September 1-4, 2004.
Professor Selten talks about the day he got the news of the Prize, about game theory (5:21) and his applications of it in the real world (8:14), the way his background has influenced him (14:49) and gives some advise to young students (18:56).
In order to see the videos you need Windows Media Player or RealPlayer
nobelprize.org /economics/laureates/1994/selten-interview.html   (123 words)

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