The Nevanlinna prize winner Constantinos Daskalakis explains why equilibrium may be unattainable and why it's good to be constructive.
Daskalakis tells us about the work he is being honoured for, which involves complexity theory, game theory, online dating and traffic jams.
This article casts a mathematical eye over a famous non-game enjoyed by thousands of people up and down the UK every week.
A mathematical "paradox" explains why more roads don't necessarily mean fewer traffic jams.
Is it rational to believe in a god? The most famous rational argument in favour of belief was made by Blaise Pascal, but what happens if we apply modern game theory to the question?
José-Manuel Rey revisits a scene of the film A beautiful Mind.
Two game theorists share prize for their analyses of conflict and cooperation
Mathematicians in search of romantic success
Steven J. Brams uses the Cuban missile crisis to illustrate the Theory of Moves, which is not just an abstract mathematical model but one that mirrors the real-life choices, and underlying thinking, of flesh-and-blood decision makers.