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- Toshitaka Fukiharu
- SummerSim
- 2013

The concept of Shapley values was first introduced into the game theory by Shapley [1953] in the framework of transferable payoffs, playing an important role in the game theory. According to a standard textbook on game theory it is interpreted as in what follows. “Suppose that all the players are arranged in some order, all orders being equally likely. Then… (More)

- Toshitaka Fukiharu
- ISESS
- 2011

A primitive economic model with classical population theory is constructed in order to examine the greenhouse effect on the sustainability of human population as well as the environmental tax when the sustainability is in danger. The conclusion of this paper is that when the negative effect is small, the tax can guarantee the sustainability, where the… (More)

- Toshitaka Fukiharu
- Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
- 2004

There are a large number of contributions to the bankruptcy problem (cf. the references in Curiel et al. (1987) and Thomson (2002)). This paper examines this problem from the game-theoretic viewpoint in the context of coalitional game. Suppose that a person dies with property left and the property is valued $P. Furthermore, he (or she) owes to n persons… (More)

The rising inequality of income distribution has attracted world’s attention since Krugman [2007] criticized the rising inequality in the U.S. especially after the 1980s. This phenomenon became well known worldwide when “Occupy Wall Street” movement broke out in 2011, and has been discussed in Stiglitz [2012] and Piketty [2013]. It must be noted, first,… (More)

- Toshitaka Fukiharu
- ITQM
- 2014

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