NDSU alumnus, author presents economics seminar
Author Robert V. Dodge, BA ’67, history, MS, ’73, education administration, presented “Thomas Schelling and His Game Theory” on May 22 in Richard H. Barry Hall.
Dodge wrote the book, “Schelling’s Game Theory, How to Make Decisions,” which describes Schelling’s concepts in general language. Dodge hopes to help general readers improve their daily decision making abilities by arming them with a basic understanding of game theory methods and Schelling’s approaches to problems.
Dodge is retired from 15 years of teaching at the Singapore American School.
A review of his book is available at www.nyjournalofbooks.com/review/schellings-game-theory-how-make-decisions.
NDSU’s agribusiness and applied economics department sponsored the presentation.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.