GAMES, EVOLUTION, AND SOCIETY

@inproceedings{Tomassini2008GAMESEA,
  title={GAMES, EVOLUTION, AND SOCIETY},
  author={Marco Tomassini},
  year={2008}
}
Classical game theory has been conceived to model strategic situations in which individuals’ decision making depends on the actions chosen by others. The theory has been extremely successful in several economic, social and techn ological contexts. However, many empirical results tend to indicate that the explanatory pow er of the theory is not completely satisfactory. Here we describe how the evolutionary interp retation of the theory is able to address some of the theory’s deficiencies. In… CONTINUE READING

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