Lloyd Shapley

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Lloyd Shapley
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Lloyd Shapley, 1980
BornLloyd Stowell Shapley
2 Juin 1923(1923-06-02)
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Died12 Mairch 2016 (aged 92)
ResidenceU.S.
NaitionalityAmerican
Alma materPrinceton Varsity
Harvard Varsity
Kent forShapley value
Shapley–Shubik pouer index
stochastic gemmes
Bondareva-Shapley theorem
Shapley–Folkman lemma & theorem
Gale–Shapley algorithm
potential gemme
core, kernel an nucleolus
mercat gemmes
authority distribution
multi-person utility
non-atomic gemmes
AwairdsNobel Memorial Prize
in Economic Sciences
(2012)
John von Neumann Theory Prize
Scientific career
FieldsMathematics, Economics
InstitutionsVarsity o Californie, Los Angeles, 1981-
Rand Corporation, 1948-9, 1954-81
Princeton Varsity, 1953-4
US Army, 1943-5
Doctoral advisorAlbert W. Tucker
InfluencesJohn von Neumann
Martin Shubik
Jon Folkman
InfluencedMartin Shubik
Jon Folkman

Lloyd Stowell Shapley (Juin 2, 1923 – Mairch 12, 2016) wis a distinguished American mathematician an economist. He is a Professor Emeritus at Varsity o Californie, Los Angeles (UCLA), affiliatit wi departments o Mathematics an Economics. He haes contributit tae the fields o mathematical economics an especially gemme theory. Syne the wirk o von Neumann an Morgenstern in 1940s, Shapley haes been regardit bi mony experts as the very personification o gemme theory.[1][2][3] Wi Alvin E. Roth, Shapley wan the 2012 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences "for the theory o stable allocations an the practice o mercat design."[4]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. The Shapley Value: Essays in honor of Lloyd S. Shapley, A.E. Roth, ed., Cambridge University Press, 1988.
  2. Stochastic Games and Related Topics: In Honor of Professor L. S. Shapley, T. E. S. Raghavan, T. S. Ferguson, T. Parthasarathy and O. J. Vrieze, eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990.
  3. R. Aumann's Nobel Lecture. R. Aumann considers L.S. Shapley to be the greatest game theorist of all time.
  4. Official announcement at Nobelprize.org