Tim Harford wrote an excellent piece for openDemocracy earlier this year on Thomas Schelling - winner of the so-called "Nobel prize for economics" - and his game theory. I read his columns in the UK Financial Times regularly, but only today took a look at his blog, after a recommendation from another blogger mate of mine last week.
I especially like this post, where Harford imagines his wife and their babysitter as two different states negotiating at the WTO. It pretty much sums up my feelings about trade negotiation...
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