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Thomas Schelling Writing Styles in Micromotives and Macrobehavior

Thomas Schelling
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The book, "Micromotives and Macrobehavior" by Thomas C. Schelling is a classic presentation of how the activities and behavior of the individual impact the larger entity; i.e., the community, the country or the world. Thomas C. Schelling is the 2005 Nobel Prize recipient for Economic Science. Schelling writes with the authority of the scholar and scientist that he is. However, he takes care in illustrating complicated statistical studies and formulas and in describing the history of the development of behavior modeling in terms that the everyday person can understand and indeed relate to. In this tome, Schelling underscores his teaching credentials offering quite an education in socio-economics.

Without question, Schelling is THE expert in the field of economics and behavioral sciences. His credentials more than back this up. Beyond his Nobel Award in Economic Science, has a stellar background in his field starting with his undergraduate studies in...

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