Game Theory

Donald Trump's early Christmas present to the world was a right-up-to-the Twitterbrink 140 character policy tweet: "The United
From the results of the United Kingdom's Brexit referendum in June to the endless, senseless violence making forgettable
Research, including new work from our Human Cooperation Laboratory at Yale, suggests Trump may be successful precisely because of his hotheadedness and lack of carefully thought-out proposals. Being seen as uncalculating can make people trust you.
If you're reading this, you're probably WEIRD. That is, you probably live in a society that's Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic. People from WEIRD cultures think and perceive the world very differently from everyone else.
A "successful" divorce doesn't mean doing better than your spouse. It means minimizing your emotional scars and arriving at an outcome that puts you in a better situation than all possible alternatives, which in many cases is the most you can hope for.
According to Jason Achilles Mezilis... "I was on an indie film shoot about a year ago playing a low rent gangster or something
Optimism about the recent climate agreement in Paris seems to ignore the logic of the Commons. Not only do country pledges
As a proponent of both democracy and capitalism, I've always wondered why opponents have negatively critiqued capitalism. Until the Wall St. Crash of 2008, and its subsequent Great Recession, I took no notice. The basic argument against was greed. 2008 confirmed this.
There's no place for sort of interesting, maybe fun, kind of hot, or potentially cool. There's no yes, there's no maybe, there's no "let's stew on this for a few days." There's only F**k Yes.