Game Theory

A New Bridge Between Two Oceans

History of the success of the Panama Canal.

During the 15th century, the Spanish caravelas required an alternative route towards its colonies in Peru. The usual trip would go around Cape Horn, surrounding the South American continent, only to follow north once the Pacific Ocean had been reached at the very bottom of Chile. The trip was not only long but also expensive.
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A Beautiful Mind Game

As a committee, we’ve had some rather passionate conversations on how individuals, especially politicians, make decisions based on their available information. In our dire effort to understand the mechanism of strategic decision-making, many of such ideas have been articulated into articles that represent some of the most interesting reads of the past academic year of
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