Roger Myerson

Roger Myerson
Roger Myerson
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Roger Myerson
Naissance 29 mars 1951
Boston (Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis)
Nationalité américaine
Champs Économie
Institution Université de Chicago
Diplômé de Université Harvard
Renommé pour Théorie des mécanismes d'incitation
Distinctions « Prix Nobel » d'économie 2007

Roger Myerson (né le 29 mars 1951 à Boston) est un économiste américain ayant travaillé sur la théorie des jeux, et plus particulièrment sur la théorie des mécanismes d'incitation. En 2007, il a partagé le « prix Nobel » d'économie avec Leonid Hurwicz et Eric Maskin.

Myerson a fait toute ses études à Harvard, où il a obtenu un doctorat en 1976 pour son travail sur les jeux coopératifs[1]. Il a enseigné à la Northwestern University de 1976 à 2001, puis à l'université de Chicago à partir de 2001.

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Publications

Articles

Liste partielle :

  • "Graphs and Cooperation in Games," Mathematics of Operations Research 2 (1977), 225–229.
  • "Two-Person Bargaining Problems and Comparable Utility," Econometrica 45 (1977), 1631–1637.
  • "Refinements of the Nash Equilibrium Concept," International Journal of Game Theory 7 (1978), 73–80.
  • "Incentive Compatibility and the Bargaining Problem," Econometrica 47 (1979), 61–73.
  • "Optimal Auction Design," Mathematics of Operations Research 6 (1981), 58–73.
  • "Mechanism Design by an Informed Principal," Econometrica 51 (1983), 1767–1797.
  • "Two-Person Bargaining Problems with Incomplete Information," Econometrica 52 (1984), 461–487.
  • "Bayesian Equilibrium and Incentive Compatibility," in Social Goals and Social Organization, édition L. Hurwicz, D. Schmeidler, et Hugo Sonnenschein, Cambridge University Press (1985), 229–259.
  • "Analysis of Democratic Institutions: Structure, Conduct, and Performance," Journal of Economic Perspectives 9:1 (1995), 77–89.
  • "Economic Analysis of Political Institutions: An Introduction," Advances in Economic Theory and Econometrics: Theory and Applications, volume 1, edited by D. Kreps and K. Wallis (Cambridge University Press, 1997), pages 46–65.
  • "Theoretical Comparisons of Electoral Systems," European Economic Review 43 (1999), 671–697.

Livres

  • Game Theory: Analysis of Conflict, Harvard University Press, 1991.
  • Probability Models for Economic Decisions, Duxbury Press, 2005.

Références

  1. AT Theory of Cooperative Games

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