Prisoner's Dilemma Quiz

William Poundstone
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


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)


Who was von Neumann's partner in the original development of game theory? (from The RAND Corporation)


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


Besides Bertrand Russell, what mathematician thought a new war between the U.S. and Soviet Union was inevitable once the conflict ended between the Allied and Axis powers? (from Chapter 4 The Bomb)


Which one of von Neumann's colleagues' family had been a member of the House of Lords? (from Chapter 4 The Bomb)

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