econ434notes29a - An aside on Game Theory Thomas Shelley...

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October 12, 2005 An aside on Game Theory : Thomas Shelley was the Nobel Prize Winner for Economics; we discussed him earlier when we talked about the possibility of parents choosing the gender of their children. - Segregation in housing. It takes a very small percentage of the population to prefer a neighbor of a certain race to cause a majority of segregation. - The face that we have arguments with ourselves or kid ourselves into doing things we don’t want to do. For example when we go out running we become tired, so we set a milestone that we have to reach, once we reach that milestone we set yet
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