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I must admit to being flabbergasted at the events on Thursday with Britain being marginalised in Europe.Having read comments in various papers I am struck by the rising tide of intolerance and…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by joe taylor Dec 14, 2011.
Game Theory and the CynicAs I pointed out previously Game Theory accurately predicts how people will behave when their fortunes are linked. Mostly they will work together but occassionally there is…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by joe taylor Oct 3, 2011.
Cheques are a powerful instrument in the armoury of smaller organisations, particularly community and voluntary groups and their abolition will inhibit transactions, reduce income and load costs and…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Simon Skidmore Aug 24, 2011.
In my last blog posting, I claimed that politics was presently moving away from the notion of win-win, towards win-lose politics where competition would replace cooperation and that key players would seek two or maybe three rounds of compete-punish-counterpunish.
I made this prediction based on the recent behaviour of greedy bankers, public service cuts and the backlash of protesters, strikes and job loses. I still believe…Continue
Posted on June 16, 2011 at 19:11 — 1 Comment
As someone with a science background, I tend to come at problems in community action in a peculiar way, so please bear with me!
A great deal of human behaviour can be described in terms of Game Theory. For those unfamiliar with the term, Game Theory, simply put states that individuals or groups will, in the first instance, tend to…Continue
Posted on May 10, 2011 at 12:49 — 1 Comment