Prisoner's Dilemma Quiz

William Poundstone
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


When did the RAND Corporation become home to many distinguished scientists? (from The RAND Corporation)


As shown in the Ohio State studies, incentives, or rewards, as in the dollar auction in Chapter 13 can lead to ___ behavior. (from Chapter 13 The Dollar Auction)


John Nash, a brilliant unbalanced mathematician, was von Neumann's old colleague who reconnected with him where? (from The RAND Corporation)


What game initially led to Shubik's "invention" of the dollar auction according to Chapter 13? (from Chapter 13 The Dollar Auction)


Political lobbying, _______________, and staying in a bad marriage or a bad job are all examples of real life dollar auctions. (from Chapter 13 The Dollar Auction)

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