GAMES 2016 - Fifth World Congress of the Game Theory Society

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24-07-16 to 28-07-16
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Game Theory, which is centered around mathematical models of conflict and competition, plays an increasingly important role in many branches of science, like for example economics, biology, computer science, psychology, political science and law. This wide applicability will also show in the 2016 conference in Maastricht. The societal relevance of Game Theory is illustrated by awarding game theorists the Nobel Prize in Economics on several occasions, such as in 2012 to Lloyd Shapley and Alvin Roth. A panel discussion with a number of these Nobel laureates is a standard item in the world conferences.

More information: Frank Thuijsman, Department of Knowledge Engineering,

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