Martin Andreas Nowak

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Ph.D. Universität Wien 1989 Austria
Dissertation: Stochastische Strategien im Gefangenendilemma (Evolution of Cooperation)
Mathematics Subject Classification: 91—Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences

Advisor: Karl Sigmund

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Adlam, BenHarvard University2018
Arnaout, RamyUniversity of Oxford1999
Bittner, BarbaraTechnische Universität Wien1999
Bonhoeffer, SebastianUniversity of Oxford19957
Bozic, IvanaHarvard University2012
Dreber Almenberg, AnnaHandelshögskolan i Stockholm2009
Fu, FengPeking University2010
Gerold, JeffreyHarvard University2019
Ghang, WhanHarvard University2019
Hauser, OliverHarvard University2016
Hill, AlisonHarvard University2013
Kates-Harbeck, JulianHarvard University2019
Lieberman-Aiden, ErezHarvard University2010
Lipsitch, MarcUniversity of Oxford19955
Manapat, MichaelMassachusetts Institute of Technology2010
Matsen, ErickHarvard University20061
Michel, Jean-BaptisteHarvard University2010
Michor, FranziskaHarvard University20053
Mitchener, WilliamPrinceton University2003
Neagu, IuliaHarvard University2017
Noble, CharlestonHarvard University2018
Paur, KatherineHarvard University2007
Payne, RobertUniversity of Oxford1993
Plotkin, JoshuaPrinceton University20031
Rand, DavidHarvard University2009
Reiter, JohannesInstitute of Science and Technology Austria2015
Ribeiro, RuyUniversity of Oxford1999
Rosenbloom, DanielHarvard University2013
Sinai, SamHarvard University2019
Stekel, DovUniversity of Oxford19971
Tarnita, CorinaHarvard University2009
Veller, CarlHarvard University2019
Willensdorfer, MartinHarvard University2007
Wodarz, DominikUniversity of Oxford19982

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