A Hungarian economist and recipient of 1994 Nobel Memorial Prize, along with German economist Reinhard Selten and American mathematician John F. Nash Jr., for his work on game theory. It is a mathematical system for forecasting the results of competitions and conflicts. He is best noted for his contributions to economic reasoning in political and moral philosophy, specifically utilitarian ethics.
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