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Students of social sciences and economics are familiar with and have had lengthy discussions about the game theory known as the “prisoner’s dilemma.” The “prisoner’s dilemma” was created by Merrill Flood and Melvin Dresher in the 1950s and later formalized by Albert W. Tucker. The theory behind this game reveals why two people may not cooperate even if it… (More)