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An Astonishing Sixty Years: The Legacy of Hiroshima

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  • Schelling, Thomas C.

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Nobel Prize Lecture, December 8, 2005

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  • Schelling, Thomas C., 2005. "An Astonishing Sixty Years: The Legacy of Hiroshima," Nobel Prize in Economics documents 2005-7, Nobel Prize Committee.
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    3. Funk, Matt, 2008. "On the Problem of Vague Terms: A Glossary of Clearly Stated Assumptions & Careful, Patient, Descriptions," MPRA Paper 14505, University Library of Munich, Germany.

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    Game Theory; Conflict; Cooperation;

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    • C70 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Game Theory and Bargaining Theory - - - General

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