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Guide to the Martin Shubik Papers, 1947-2009 and undated, bulk 1960-2009

Abstract

Professor Emeritus of Economics, Seymour H. Knox Professor of Mathematical Institutional Economics, Yale University

The Martin Shubik Papers span the years 1947 through 2009, and are organized into the following series: Audiovisual Materials, Class Notes, Conferences and Seminars, Correspondence, Personal Files, Professional Service, Teaching Materials, and the largest series, Writings and Research. The materials document Shubik's career as an academic economist, a career most noted for his contributions to game theory and related mathematical studies, but also for his analyses of behavior and risk, corporate competition, defense and war game analysis, nuclear deterrence, economic equilibrium, financial institutions, prices, interest, and bankruptcy. His collaborations with fellow economists and mathematicians, among whom Arrow, Debreu, Friedman, Mas-Colell, Morgenstern, Nash, Samuelson, Shapley, and Weinberg, are documented in the many boxes of correspondence and in research and conference files containing comments, notes, and additional correspondence.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Martin Shubik papers, 1947-2009 and undated, bulk 1960-2009
Creator
Shubik, Martin.
Extent
45 Linear Feet
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
English.

Collection Overview

The Martin Shubik Papers span the years 1947 through 2009, with the bulk of the material ranging from the 1960s to 2009, and are organized into the following series: Audiovisual Materials, Class Notes, Conferences and Seminars, Correspondence, Personal Files, Professional Service, Teaching Materials, and the largest series, Writings and Research. The materials document Shubik's career as an academic economist, a career most noted for his contributions to game theory and related mathematical studies, but also for his analyses of behavior and risk, corporate competition, defense and war game analysis, nuclear deterrence, economic equilibrium, financial institutions, prices, interest, and bankruptcy.

The bulk of the collection consists of typed drafts and reprints of most of Shubik's scholarly publications, and extensive files of professional correspondence, but there are also Shubik's notes as a student, his own course materials such as syllabi and lectures, files on his role as conference organizer and participant, records of his consultancy work with the RAND Corporation, the Yale University Cowles Foundation for Economic Research, and personal files containing biographical information, reviews, reminiscences, a poem, and a few pieces of personal correspondence. His collaborations with fellow economists and mathematicians, among whom Arrow, Debreu, Friedman, Mas-Colell, Morgenstern, Nash, Samuelson, Shapley, and Weinberg, are documented in the many boxes of correspondence and in research and conference files containing comments, notes, and additional correspondence.

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Contents of the Collection

Contains fifteen audio tapes on reels varying in size from 8" to 3", chiefly lectures given by Shubik. Drafts of many of these lectures may be found in the Writings and Research Series. Titles are taken from original labels and notes on containers. Arranged alphabetically by title.

[Original audiovisual materials are closed to use. Use of these materials may require production of listening or viewing copies. Please contact a reference archivist before coming to use this collection.]

Book review, undated
Box 1
Contents: first day AM, Dr. Shubik!
Box 1
Gaming, lecture, 1965 [TRT: 00:32:00]
Box 1
Gaming conference, tape 2, records, two sides, 15/16, 1971
Box 1
Gaming conference, tape 3, one side, 15/16, 1971 (architectural sketch on cover)
Box 1
Game theory, Shubik lecture, no. 1, 3/9
Box 1
Game theory, Shubik lecture, no. 2, 2/16
Box 1
Tape 1, chapter 5 [and Firestone?], undated
Box 1
Tape from Shubik (at RAND), addressed to Mrs. E. Walker, Yale, 7/23
Box 1
Transcribe for Prof. Deutsch, tape no. 2, Shubik lecture, undated
Box 1
Transcribe for Prof. Deutsch, tape no. 3, Shubik lecture, undated
Box 1
Unidentified tape 3, undated
Box 1
Unidentified tape 6, undated
Box 1
Unidentified tape 7, undated
Box 1
Unidentified tape, undated
Box 1

Contains written notes, examinations, assignments and reading lists of classes that Shubik attended during his studies at the University of Toronto and Princeton University. Also contains detailed notes taken by Shubik on courses given by prominent economists such as his thesis advisor Oskar Morgenstern, Jacob Viner, Henry Wallich and Friedrich A. Lutz during Shubik's time at Princeton University. Shubik noted his teachers' position on topics, such as Morgenstern's views on forecasting in economics. Also includes notes taken by Shubik relating to books he was reading, with summaries of chapters and detailed comments that include his own position on the texts. Arranged chronologically.

Exams at the University of Toronto and Princeton University, 1947-1950
Box 2
International Economics, Fall 1948-Spring 1949
Box 2
Unsolved Problems in Mathematical Economics, 1949
Box 2
Business Cycles with Oskar Morgenstern, 1949
Box 2
Mathematics, 1949
Box 2
International Trade with Jacob Viner, Fall 1949 and Fall 1950
Box 2
Economic Theory with F. Lutz, Fall 1949 and Spring 1950
Box 2
Statistics, Fall 1949
Box 2
Money with Henry Wallich, Spring 1950
Box 2
Statistics, 1954
Box 2
Cycle Theory, undated
Box 2
Princeton fourth year reading list, undated
Box 2

Contains notes and transcripts on lectures and talks, trip reports, conference announcements and proposals, correspondence around the organization of workshops. Files from earlier years include participation lists, notes, drafts of papers Shubik or others presented and programmes of workshops and symposia that reflect Shubik's professional engagements outside the university, such as his consultancy activities for General Electric Company, the Office of Naval Research, and RAND. Files of later years contain materials from workshops on game theory, gaming, symposia and lectures about and in celebration of Oskar Morgenstern, as well as luncheon seminar talks at Yale University. Arranged chronologically.

Economics and Operations Research, 1957
Box 2
The Third Conference on Games, 1959
Box 2
Orientation Seminar Manufacturing Systems Simulation, 1959
Box 2
Conference on Simulations of a Business, 1959
Box 2
TIMS-IST Conference on Adaptive Systems, 1960
Box 2
Third International Conference on Operational Research, 1963
Box 2
Mathematical-Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Conference, 1966
Box 2
Conference on the Future Impact of Computers, 1966
Box 2
Scientific Decision Making for Tomorrow's Marketing, London, 1966
Box 3
Stenographic Transcript of Proceedings of the Westinghouse Marketing Seminar, 1966
Box 3
Conference on Research and Technology, Office of Naval Research, 1968
Box 3
Latin America Symposium, 1970
Box 3
Conference on Politics of Corporate Planning and Modeling, 1970
Box 3
Proposal for Conference on The Purposes, Goals and Validation Procedures for Military Gaming, 1970
Box 3
Conference on Models, Simulations and Games, 1973
Box 3
Symposium on Global Modeling, Bader, 1974
Box 3
Conference on The Micro-economic Foundation of Macro-economics, Spain, April 21-26, 1975
Box 3
Agenda of America Conference, 1975
Box 3
Fire Support Methodology Workshop, August 4-7, 1975
Box 3
Workshop on Economic Conflict and National Security Research, 1976
Box 3
Fourth International Workshop on Game Theory, June 1978
Box 3
Workshop on Gaming as an Aid in Policy Formulation and Implementation, August 29-September 1, 1978
Box 3
Conference on Mathematical Models of Conflict and Combat: Uses and Theory, November 1-3, 1979
Box 3
Conference Auctions and Biddings: Uses and Theory, December 6-8, 1979
Box 3
Conferences, 1975-1979
Box 3
Conference notes and memos
Box 4
Conference participant information
Box 4
Conference first day
Box 4
Conference write-ups
Box 4
Transcripts
(2 folders)
Box 4
Conference questionnaire
Box 4
Status of gaming conference proceedings, 1972-1974
Box 4
The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, Talk in Vienna, 1980
Box 5
Oskar Morgenstern Symposium on Mathematical Economics & Econometrics, 1980
Box 5
Oskar Morgenstern Vorlesung, 1980
Box 5
Symposium Taking Decisions: Can Information Technology Help?, 1980
Box 5
Conferences, 1980
Box 5
Conference on Managing International Risk, 1981
Box 5
Conferences, 1983
Box 5
The Interest Rate Dilemma, 1983
Box 5
RAND Conference, 1983
Box 5
Talk on Strategic Marketing and Minimal Financial Institutions, 1984
Box 5
Conferences, 1984
Box 5
Conferences on Takeovers and Contests for Corporate Control, 1985
Box 5
Conferences, 1985
Box 5
Conference on Peace, Defense and Economic Analysis, 1985
Box 5
Conferences, 1960-1985
Box 5
Talk on What is an Application and When is Theory a Waste of Time?, New Orleans, 1987
Box 5
Conferences, 1988
Box 5
Conference Defense and Deterrence: Economics, History and Political Science Approaches, 1988
Box 5
Siena Workshop, 1988
Box 5
NBER Conference Economics of Art Museums, 1989
Box 5
Distinguished Lecture Series at The University of Southern California, 1989
Box 5
Talk Risk, Society, Politicians, Scientists and People, May 22, 1989
Box 5
Conferences, 1983-1990
Box 5
Lectures given, 1988-1991
Box 5
Conferences and Invitations, 1989-1991
Box 5
Siena Conference Economic Notes, November 22-25, 1990
Box 5
Conferences, 1989-1990
Box 6
Conference on The History of Game Theory, 1990
Box 6
University of Maryland (McGuire) Lecture, April 3-4, 1990
Box 6
Decision Sciences Colloquium, Gus Stuart, Harvard University, 1991-1992
Box 6
Conference on Learning, Rationality and Games, 1991
Box 6
Wesleyan University Seminar, 1991
Box 6
Symposium on Just Winners and Losers: The Application of Game Theory to Corporate Law and Practice, 1991
Box 6
Conferences, 1991
Box 6
Symposium on Game Theory, University of Cincinnati, 1991
Box 6
Economic Notes Conference, Siena, 1992
Box 6
Biology and Economics Conference, 1992
Box 6
Conference The Future of the World's Financial Institutions, 1992
Box 6
Monte dei Paschi di Siena Conference, November 18-19, 1992
Box 6
Seminar on The American Market for the Visual Arts and High Quality Crafts, 1993
Box 6
Hong Kong, 1993
Box 6
Economic Theory and Future: Economics, Physics, and Biology, Santa Fe, 1993
Box 6
Draft for Wilton Park Presentation, Utgott, Victor A., September 24-26, 1993
Box 6
International Security Program Luncheon Seminars, 1993
Box 6
Stony Brook, July 30, 1993
Box 6
Morgenstern, Oskar, Vienna, 1993
Box 6
Minister des Affaires Internationales Seminar, Quebec, March 17, 1993
Box 6
Conference The Global Economy as a Complex Adaptive System, Santa Fe, September 7-15, 1993
Box 6
Siena and Copenhagen, November 18-29, 1993
Box 6
Conference on Biology, Information and the Future of National Security, 1994
Box 7
Conference on Coping with Financial Instability, 1994
Box 7
Conferences, 1992-1995
Box 7
Mackintosh Lecture, Queens University, October 6-7, 1994
Box 7
Biology, Information and the RMA Conference, Andrew Marshall, Virginia, July 12-13, 1994
Box 7
50th Anniversary of The Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, Barcelona, 1994
Box 7
Triangle Universities Security Seminar, University of North Carolina, September 14, 1994
Box 7
Incontri di Rocca Salimbeni, Siena, November 25, 1994
Box 7
Conferences on Naval Technology, December 18-20, 1995
Box 7
Conference The Information Revolution and International Security, May 8-10, 1996
Box 7
Siena Conference Risks Involving Derivatives and Other New Financial Instruments, 1996
Box 7
NBER Conference on General Equilibrium and Economic Theory, May 3-4, 1997
Box 7
Conference on Themes in Economics, Celebration of I. Fisher, May 1998
Box 7
Barcelona Conference on Museums, 1998
Box 7
Financial Expert Conference, 1999
Box 7
Seminar, Participation of Mandelbrot, 1999
Box 7
Cowles Foundation Lunch Seminar, Money, 2000
Box 7
Conference, Missing Financial Markets, April 27, 2001
Box 7
Conference, Incomplete Markets and Strategic Market Games, April 28-29, 2001
Box 7
Conference, New Horizons in Search Theory: From Abstraction to Application, May 21-23, 2001
Box 7
Talk, Can a Central Bank's Interest Rate Policy Control Inflation?, 2001
Box 7
Talk, A Survey of Strategic Market Games, Stony Brook, 2001
Box 7
Lecture, inkuBATor wiedzy invitation, Warsaw, 2001
Box 7
Lecture at The Institute of Advanced Study, Vienna, 2001
Box 7
Talks/Presentations by Shubik, 2001-2002
Box 7
Talk, July 27, 2003
Box 7
Seminar, Mathematical Institutional Economics, Santa Fe, 2006
Box 7
Economics Seminar, UNM Economics Department on A Game-Theoretic Approach to the Theory of Money, March 31, 2006
Box 7
Computational Philosophy Lessons from Simple Models, 2007
Box 7
It's Not Just a Game, Sept. 2, 2008
Box 7
Yale University Workshop on Environment and Security, Invitation List, undated
Box 7
Talk, undated
Box 7
Talk, Game Theory and Operations Research, undated
Box 7
Cowles Lunch Talk, "Reminiscences" of Shubik, undated
Box 7
Colloquium series, Santa Fe Institute, Three Lectures on The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, undated
Box 7
Game Theory Workshop trip report, undated
Box 7
Talk, Time and Money, undated
Box 7
International Security Studies and Arms Control-Defense Policy Seminar, Yale University, undated
Box 7
List of participants, undated
Box 7
List of assumptions by one panel member, undated
Box 7

The series is divided into two subseries as originally organized by Shubik: by year, and alphabetically by last name. The alphabetical sequence also includes an initial folder for each letter, with single pieces of correspondence. The correspondence includes comments on the work of other economists, debates on current issues, recommendation letters, referee reports, submissions, discussions with book editors, and attachments. Among his most frequent correspondents is his longtime collaborator Lloyd S. Shapley, as well as other major twentieth-century economists such as Oskar Morgenstern, John Nash, Kenneth Arrow, Gerard Debreu, Paul Samuelson, Milton Friedman and Andreu Mas-Colell. There are several cards and pieces of humorous intent that are most likely from Nash.

There are substantial folders of correspondence relating to Shubik's major works and the publication process; other exchanges related to his writings can be found in the Writings and Research Series. Other correspondence reflects Shubik's engagement with Yale University through most of his professional life, as well as his work as a staff member at IBM, as visiting professor at Universidade de Chile, as consultant at the RAND Corporation, and as director of the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics. The series also contains Shubik's non-academic correspondence with newspapers, magazines, companies and museums. Note: Additional correspondence can be found throughout the other series in the collection.

"1694"-1958
Box 8
1960
(3 folders)
Box 8
1961
(1-3 of 4 folders)
Box 8
1961
(4 of 4 folders)
Box 9
1962
(2 folders)
Box 9
1963
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 9
1963
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 10
1964
(4 folders
Box 10
1965
(1 of 3 folders)
Box 10
1965
(2-3 of 3 folders)
Box 11
1966
(4 folders)
Box 11
1967
(5 folders)
Box 12
1968
(1 of 5 folders)
Box 12
1968
(2-5 of 5 folders)
Box 13
1969
(1-2 of 5 folders)
Box 13
1969
(3-5 of 5 folders)
Box 14
1970
(1-3 of 4 folders)
Box 14
1970
(4 of 4 folders)
Box 15
1971
(3 folders)
Box 15
1972
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 15
1972
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 16
1973
(4 folders)
Box 16
1974
(4 folders)
Box 17
1975
(1 of 4 folders)
Box 17
1975
(2-4 of 4 folders)
Box 18
1976
(1-2 of 3 folders)
Box 18
1976
(3 of 3 folders)
Box 19
1977
(4 folders)
Box 19
1978
(3 folders)
Box 20
1979
(3 folders)
Box 20
1980
(3 folders)
Box 21
1981
(2 folders)
Box 21
1982
(2 folders)
Box 22
1983
(1-2 of 5 folders)
Box 22
1983
(3-5 of 5 folders)
Box 23
1984
(2 folders)
Box 23
1985
(5 folders)
Box 24
1986
Box 25
1987
(1 of 4 folders)
Box 25
1987
(2-4 of 4 folders)
Box 26
1988
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 26
1988
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 27
1989
(4 folders)
Box 27
1990
(4 folders)
Box 28
1991
(3 folders)
Box 29
1992
(1 of 4 folders)
Box 29
1992
(2-4 of 4 folders)
Box 30
1993
(2 folders)
Box 30
1994
(2 folders)
Box 31
1995
(2 folders)
Box 31
1996
(2 folders)
Box 32
1997
(2 folders)
Box 32
1998
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 32
1998
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 33
1999
(1-3 of 5 folders)
Box 33
1999
(4-5 of 5 folders)
Box 34
2000
(4 folders)
Box 34
2001
(4 folders)
Box 35
2002
(2 folders)
Box 35
2003
(1 folder)
Box 36
2004-2009
(1 folder)
Box 36
"A" miscellaneous, 1980s-1990s
Box 36
Advisory Commission of the Division of the Social Sciences, 1980s
Box 36
Aequus Institute, grants, 1990s
Box 36
Alfred Sloan Foundation, 1997
Box 36
American Economic Review, 1960s-1980s
Box 36
Barry O'Neill, 1996
Box 36
Book permission requests for Market Structure and Behavior, 1979
Box 36
Book, The War Game, 1979-1980
Box 36
Brainware, 1990s
Box 36
Brazil, 1971-1974
Box 36
Bracken, Jerome, 1991
Box 36
Canada Council, 1974-1983
Box 36
Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1994
Box 36
Center for Competitive and Conflict Systems Research, 1980s
Box 36
Central Intelligence Agency, 1965-1979
Box 36
ARPA-related correspondence, 1970s
Box 37
Chile, 1965
Box 37
China, 1993-1994
Box 37
Commission on the Year 2000, Computer Committee, 1967-1972
Box 37
Conferences, 1970s
Box 37
Conflict Conference, 1979
Box 37
Correspondence on Conference on Evaluation of Art of Gaming, RAND, 1971
Box 37
Cowles Commission budget, 1967-1975
Box 37
"D" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s-1990s
Box 37
Decision Models of Strategic Conflict, 1981
Box 37
Economic notes, Siena, 1997
Box 37
Econophysics, 2005
Box 37
Letters to editors, etc., 1974
Box 37
"F" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s
Box 37
Fan mail, 1992 and 1994
Box 37
Finance recruiting, 1970s
Box 37
Ford Foundation, 1986-1990
Box 37
Game Theory in the Social Sciences and Game Theory in Economics, 1966-1992
Box 37
Game Theory in the Social Sciences, 1980s
(1 of 3 folders)
Box 37
Game Theory in the Social Sciences, 1980s
(2-3 of 3 folders)
Box 38
Games for Society, Business and War, 1972-1973
Box 38
Global Alliance for Management Excellence, 1996
Box 38
Handbook of Game Theory with Economic Applications, 1990
Box 38
Harvard University Press, 1970s-1980s
Box 38
Hong Kong, 1994
Box 38
"I" miscellaneous correspondence, 1965-1992
Box 38
Institute for Advanced Studies, 1970-1983
Box 38
International Journal of Game Theory, 1970s
Box 38
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, 1977-1984
Box 38
"J" miscellaneous correspondence, 1977-1988
Box 38
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, 1966-1980
Box 38
The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1960s
Box 38
Journal of Economic Literature, 1970s-1980s
Box 38
Journals, miscellaneous, 1964-1989
Box 39
Journal of Political Economy, 1972-1980
Box 39
"K" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s
Box 39
Kenya (Ford Foundation), 1972-1973
Box 39
Kluwer Publishers, RISK, 1990s
Box 39
Kumar, 1998
Box 39
"L" miscellaneous correspondence, 1970s-1980s
Box 39
"M" miscellaneous correspondence, 1970s-1990s
(2 folders)
Box 39
M. Shubik festschrift, 1991
Box 40
Market Structure and Behavior, 1978-1980
Box 40
Mathematics of Conflict, 1980s
Box 40
Morgenstern volume, 1961-1976
Box 40
Museum of Money, 2000
Box 40
"N" miscellaneous correspondence, 1970s-1990s (bulk 1980s)
Box 40
Nash, John, 1990s
Box 40
New York City, 1967
Box 40
New York subway system, 1966-1967
Box 40
Newspapers and magazines, 1990-1991
Box 40
"O" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s
Box 40
Office of Naval Research, 1960s-1980s
(2 folders)
Box 40
Old relevant letters, 1962
Box 40
Operations research, 1967-1968
Box 40
"P" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s-1990s
Box 40
Princeton University Press, 1960s
Box 40
PEW repost, 1989-1990
Box 41
Proposal evaluation, NSF, 1982-1988
Box 41
"Q" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s-1990s
Box 41
"R" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s-1990s
Box 41
The RAND Corporation, 1960s-1970s
(1-4 of 5 folders)
Box 41
The RAND Corporation, 1970s
(5 of 5 folders)
Box 40
Recommendation letters, 1970s
Box 40
Recommendation letters, 1977-1978
Box 40
Recommendation letters, 1980-1990
Box 40
Recommendation letters, 1989
Box 40
Recommendation letters, 1990-1991
Box 40
Recommendation letters, forms, 1970-1977
Box 40
Referee file, 1973-1976
Box 40
Referee reports, 1972-1976
(5 folders)
Box 40
Referee reports, 1988-2000
(2 folders)
Box 43
Referee reports by M. Shubik, 1968-1971
Box 43
References, 1974-1978
Box 43
References, bibliographies, 1972-1977
Box 43
Reviews, abstracts, references, 1977-1981
Box 43
Reviews and referees, 1999-2002
Box 43
Risks and Financial Instruments, 1990s
Box 43
"S" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s-1990s
Box 43
Sachnoff, Weaver, 1988
Box 43
Shubik celebration, 1991
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 43
Shubik celebration, 1991
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 44
Siena, 1992
Box 44
Social Systems, 1979
Box 44
Stony Brook, 1985
Box 44
Submissions, 1970s
Box 44
Submissions, 1990s
Box 44
Submissions and talks, 1970s
Box 44
"T" miscellaneous correspondence, 1970s-1980s
Box 44
TEAS Program, 1961
Box 44
Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, 1980s-1990s
Box 44
"U" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s-1990s
Box 44
"V" miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s
Box 44
"W" miscellaneous correspondence, 1970s-1980s
Box 44
Williams College, 1988-1989
Box 44
Yale information, 1980s
Box 45
Yale inter-office correspondence, 1970s
Box 45
Yale University Press, 1970s-1990s
Box 45
The War Game, 1972-1978
(2 folders)
Box 45

Files contain an assortment of documents and newspaper articles, some written by Shubik, that reflect several of Shubik's professional concerns, such as political issues around Yale's School of Organization and Management and the topic of the economics of culture and arts. A poem written by Shubik, as well as detailed notes about visits to Stanford University and the RAND corporation office in Washington are included. Files also contain the public announcement of the Lanchester prize awarded to Shubik, a curriculum vitae, quotes of Shubik in public newspapers, and some personal correspondence as well as an essay written by Shubik reflecting on his career as a mathematical institutional economist. Arranged in chronological order.

Poem: ENVOI, 1956
Box 46
Invitation to exhibition of Paintings by Baumol, 1957
Box 46
Price list of Burma handrolled cigars, 1968
Box 46
Notes on Washington trip to RAND office, November 2-7, 1970
Box 46
Shubik quoted in newspaper, 1973
Box 46
Extract from the New Yorker, Three Procedures to the Stable Marriage Problem, November 9, 1974
Box 46
Newspaper article, Prisoner's Dilemma in Personal Computing, November 1979
Box 46
Newspaper article, Master Museum Maker, Barron's, 1987
Box 46
Lanchester Prize Awards, 1984
Box 46
Notes on visit to Stanford University, October 16-17, 1980
Box 46
Newspaper article, Why are they Wrecking the Yale Business School? And how Will it Look on my CV?, 1989
Box 46
Newspaper articles, Yale Business School, 1990
Box 46
Newspaper article, Criteria for a More Effective Presidency, by M. Shubik, 1990
Box 46
Various newspaper articles written by Kass, Douglas A. in Barron's, 1980s and 1990s
Box 46
Reminiscence by Shubik on his career, 1990s
Box 46
From Bosnia to World Crisis, notes by Dujarric, Robert, 1995
Box 46
Who's Who in the 21st Century Questionnaire and Curriculum Vitae, M. Shubik, 2001
Box 46
Interview with Andrew Marshall, The Marshall Plan, 2002
Box 46
Letter to an old friend from Paris, 2003
Box 46
Desirable attributes of a University President, undated
Box 46
Shubik's laws of long-range planning, undated
Box 46
Newspaper article about Yale's School of Organization and Management, undated
Box 46

Contains grant proposals for research projects, memoranda of board meetings,referee reports written by Shubik and others, book contracts and royalty statements, letters of recommendation, professional service agreements, and transcripts of legal testimony or cases in which Shubik was involved. Early files include extensive notes and reports of Shubik on visits and workshops during his professional engagement with General Electric Company, IBM, Mathematica, RAND and others. The series also contains a set of monthly reports written by Shubik to L.M. Hurni from 1956-1960 detailing his research and other professional activities related to GE. Later files contain extensive research notes, conference programs and correspondence centered on Shubik's activities in Latin America and Kenya, the latter in collaboration with the Ford Foundation. Inter-departmental correspondence around the development of the International Security Program at Yale University, annual research reports, and a curriculum vitae of Shubik are also present. The latest files contain a business plan and correspondence on Shubik's project of a Museum of Money and interviews with Shubik. Arranged chronologically.

M. L. Hurni, letters, 1956-1960

[Shubik's work for General Electric.]

Box 46
Shell strategic planning seminar, (General Electric), 1957
Box 46
Research study, Concepts and Principles of Pricing in General Electric, 1957
Box 46
Letter to the editor from Carlos Garcia Mata about M. Shubik, c. 1959
Box 46
Conference and trip reports in the context of Shubik's engagement with General Electric Company, 1957-1960
Box 46
American Statistical Association, list of committees, etc., 1961
Box 46
Memorandum, deterrence study, 1961
Box 46
Professional service agreement, IBM, 1962
Box 46
Referee reports by M. Shubik, 1960-1963
Box 47
Clipping, OTAN meeting, July 1, 1964

Item in French.

Box 47
Police department visit, 1967
Box 47
Research notes, Simulation of Socio-Economic Systems, Ecuador, 1960s
(3 folders)
Box 47
Unidentified referee reports, 1966
Box 47
Referee reports, by M. Shubik, 1957-1967
Box 47
Professional service agreement, RAND, 1969
Box 47
Shell Centre, London, 1969-1972
Box 47
Engagements, research and consultancy activity in Latin America (Chile, Colombia, Brazil), 1960s-1970s
(2 folders)
Box 47
Memorandum, A Note on Extending the Use of FAST-VAL, RAND, 1970
Box 47
Memorandum, Notes on the Gaming Evaluation Project, 1970
Box 47
Proposal, An Integrated Social and Economic Analysis of the United States, 1970
Box 47
Center for War Gaming, 1971
Box 47
Research proposal to NSF, Experimental Gaming in a Time-Sharing Automated Laboratory, 1971
Box 47
Schedule of events, Naval War College, 1971
Box 47
Kenya, Ford Foundation, 1971-1972
Box 47
Research report, Information, Duopoly and Competitive Markets: A Sensitive Analysis, Vienna, 1972
Box 47
Proposal, Models, Simulations, and Games: Theory, Substance, Evaluation and Applications
Box 47
Kenya, Ford Foundation, 1971-1973
Box 48
Expert witness duties, 1974
Box 48
Shubik's appointment for Knox Professorship at Yale University, 1975
Box 48
Decision Analysis Group at Stanford Research Institute, presentation of models and their methodologies, 1975
Box 48
Consortium research proposal, Laboratory Research Consortium for Controlled Experimentation in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1976
Box 48
Improving Regulatory Effectiveness in Federal/State..., Success Factor Evaluation Panel, 1977
Box 48
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, panel on Success Factor Evaluation, 1976-1977
(2 folders)
Box 48
Social Systems, Inc., 1977
Box 48
Memorandum from Task Force Meeting on Gaming, International Institution for Applied Systems Analysis, 1978
Box 48
Expert witness duties, 1979
Box 48
Transcripts of audio recordings, games, game theory, RAND with Brewer, Shubik, Paxson, etc., 1970s
Box 48
Memoranda, research notes on gaming, simulations, RAND with DeWeerd, Marshall, etc., 1970s
Box 48
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 1970s
Box 48
Proposal, Center for Competitive and Conflict Systems Research, 1970s-1980s
Box 48
Referee reports listing, 1959-1980
Box 48
Correspondence on professional appointment at UC Davis and Stanford University, 1980
Box 48
Expert witness duties and other involvement in legal issues, 1982
Box 48
Center for Competitive and Conflict Systems Research, grant proposals etc., 1982
Box 48
Department of Defense, 1983
Box 48
Legal cases, Shubik v. Empire, Inc., v. Silverman, 1983
Box 48
Frederick W. Lanchester Prize, 1983
Box 48
Office of Naval Research, budgets and contracts, 1983-1984
Box 49
Grant proposal, Strategic Planning and Risk Analyses, 1984
Box 49
Balinski, Stony Brook, 1984
Box 49
Stony Brook, 1984
Box 49
Office of Naval Research proposal, Economic Warfare and Analytical Methods in Force Mix and Command and Control, 1985
Box 49
Referee reports, 1985-1986
Box 49
Grant paperwork, 1985-1987
Box 49
Reviews and referee reports, 1980-1986
Box 49
Newspaper article with G. Brewer regarding Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, North Carolina, 1987
Box 49
Economic Science Association, 1987
Box 49
Center for Competitive and Conflict Systems Research, report, 1987
Box 49
Project proposal, Quantitative Approaches to Avoiding Accidental War, 1987
Box 49
Guggenheim Museum, 1988
Box 49
Grant proposal, 1988
Box 49
Research proposal, Competitive Enterprise Economics, 1989
Box 49
Williams College Museum of Art, visiting committee membership categories, 1988-1991
Box 49
Report study, National Security and the World Financial System, with Ikle, Fred C., 1980s
Box 49
Center for Competitive and Conflict Systems, research report, 1980s
Box 49
International Security Program at Yale University, grant proposals etc., 1977-1988
(3 folders)
Box 49
Acceptance letter appointing Shubik as adjunct research professor of operations research
Box 50
Provost, Defense, (ISAC Program at Yale), 1989-1990
Box 50
Annual research reports, Yale University, 1989-1999
Box 50
Proposal, Global Security: Quantitative Methodologies for Avoidance of Accidental War, 1989
Box 50
SIAH Institute for Mathematics and Society, proposals etc., 1980s
Box 50
Fred Roberts, 1980s
Box 50
Expert witness duties and legal involvements, 1980s
Box 50
Book contracts, 1980s
Box 50
Proposal, Crisis Stability Games, 1990
Box 50
Gomory, Ralph E., IBM, 1990
Box 50
Proposal for research and teaching by Jerome Braden, 1991
Box 50
Amos, Michael P., criminal case, 1991
Box 50
Consultancy and research activity to the Bureau of the Budget, US Government, 1960s-1990s
Box 50
Defense Economics and Strategic Methodology, research at Yale University, 1980s-1990s
Box 50
Meeting of the members of the Advisory Board of Economic Notes, Siena, 1990
Box 50
Aequs grant, (correspondence), 1991
Box 50
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, call for nominations, 1992
Box 50
Santa Fe Institute, 1992
Box 50
Hong Kong, 1992
Box 51
International Security Program, (annual report), 1992-1993
Box 51
Office of the Secretary of Defense, OSD Naval War College, August 1-3, 1993
Box 51
Shubik, Curriculum Vitae, 1993 and 2002
Box 51
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, nominations correspondence, 1993-1994
Box 51
Royalty statement, 1994

End "Restricted?"

Box 51
Consultancy activity, RBC project correspondence, proposal etc., 1995
Box 51
Koopman Prize, 1995
Box 51
Grant application, Study of Defense Implications, 1996
Box 51
Guggenheim Forum Program, 1996
Box 51
Referee evaluation, Limits to Science or Limits to Epistemology by Duclauf, S., 1996
Box 51
Report on working group of Geanakoplos, Karatzas, Shubik and Sudderth, 1996
Box 51
Santa Fe Institute Science Board meeting, 1997
Box 51
Barry O'Neill tenure case at Yale, 1998
Box 51
An Exploratorium and Museum of Money and Financial Institutions, 1999
Box 51
Author's permission request by Blaug, Mark, 1999
Box 51
Annual Meeting of Bios Fellows, Santa Fe, July 11-13, 1999
Box 51
Memorandum of Strategic Studies Group of Naval Operations, 1999
Box 51
Defense Economics at Yale, proposals, correspondence, paper drafts, 1990s
Box 51
Annual research reports of M. Shubik, Yale University, 1997-2002
Box 51
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Commission of the Year, 2000
Box 51
Museum of Money project, 2000
Box 51
Letters of recommendation, 2001
Box 51
Institute of Global Management Studies newsletter, 2001
Box 51
Newspaper article, Los Costos del bioterrorismos, containing analysis by Shubik, 2001
Box 51
In Cash We Trust, New Haven Register, 2002
Box 51
Economic Impact of Terrorism, Yale Newsletter, 2002
Box 51
Sardine as Metaphor, Yale Newsletter, 2002
Box 51
The Museum of Money and Financial Institutions, business plan, 2002
Box 51
Science Advisory Board, 2002
(2 folders)
Box 51
The Econometric Society, election of officers and council, 2002
Box 51
Annual research report of M. Shubik, Yale University, 2003-2004
Box 51
Newspaper article regarding the Tax History Museum, Nixon's Tax Return, A Cyberspace Treasure, New York Times, 2004
Box 52
Santa Fe Institute 2006 Annual Report
Box 52
Q2, interview, Can We Manage without Markets, 2007
Box 52
Journal of Mathematical Economics, special section in honor of M. Shubik, 2009
Box 52
Interviews with Shubik, undated
Box 52
El Periódico de la Universidad, undated
Box 52
Recommendations, undated
Box 52
Synopsis of Pollack meeting, undated
Box 52

Contains an array of course materials such as lecture notes, syllabi, reading lists, teaching evaluations and student term papers from Shubik's courses at Yale University, some of which were co-taught with other faculty. Also present is some correspondence with PhD students and their thesis prospectuses. Arranged chronologically.

Lecture series notes, 1961
(2 folders)
Box 53
PhD thesis readings, 1960s-1970s
Box 53
Lectures in microeconomics, University of Chile, 1965

Contents in Spanish

Box 53
Seminars and other materials, Chile, [1965]
Box 53
List of participants in microeconomics lecture, 1971-1972
Box 53
Lecture notes, Money and Financial Institutions, with Whitman, M.S., 1972
(3 folders)
Box 53
Course materials, Money and Financial Institutions, 1973
Box 53
Course materials, Seminar of Industrial Structure and Market Behavior, 1969-1970
Box 54
Course materials, Gaming and its Applications, 1973-1975
Box 54
Course, Gaming and its Applications, 1974-1975
Box 54
Course, Material Money and Financial Institutions, 1976
Box 54
Course, Material Money and Financial Institutions, 1976
Box 54
Course materials, Strategic Planning, Modeling and Economics, 1981
Box 54
Lecture notes, On Modeling in Political Economy,1981
Box 54
Course materials, Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management, 1984-1985
(4 folders)
Box 54
International Security Studies and Arms Control at Yale University, 1986-1995
Box 54
Course evaluations, Risk and Organization, 1987
Box 54
Course materials, Risk and Organization, 1987
Box 54
Seminar materials, Theory and History of Money and Financial Institutions, 1987-1988
Box 54
Course materials, Defense Analysis Methodology, 1988
Box 54
Course materials, Games Theory in the Social Sciences, 1988
Box 54
Course materials, The Management and Economics of Culture, 1990
Box 54
Course materials, The Management and Economics of Culture, 1991
Box 54
Course materials, Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, 1991
Box 54
Correspondence and course materials, Economics and Management of Culture, 1992
Box 55
Course materials, Financial Institutions, 1993
Box 55
Course materials, Derivatives and Financial Engineering, 1994
Box 55
Evaluations, Derivatives and Financial Engineering, 1994
Box 55
Teaching list, Yale University Economics Department, 1994
Box 55
Course evaluations, 1994
Box 55
Course evaluations, Theory and History of Money and Financial Institutions, 1998
Box 55
Teaching schedule, Shubik, 1998
Box 55
Course evaluations, History of Money, 2001
Box 55
Thesis abstract, Sahi, Siddhartha, undated
Box 55

Arranged into two subseries, Writings by Shubik and Writings by Others, with the majority of the material falling under the first division. Writings by Shubik is further subdivided into four subseries, organized alphabetically: Articles; Books; Other Papers; and Research Files. Further description follows each subgroup's entry.

Subseries is divided into two parts, beginning with Shubik's scholarly articles. A prolific author, Martin Shubik wrote hundreds of articles from the 1950s through the 2000s, most of which are represented in this subseries. Second is a subseries housing the many Cowles Foundation Papers written by Shubik, often co-authored by other scholars and economists.

Shubik used a sequential numbering system to identify his writings, and his arrangement has been retained here. The numbers given represent individual titles, which can be identified in a paper list of titles available in the collection control files, in the first box, or on the web. In addition to the original reprint, parentheses indicate accompanying materials such as drafts, correspondence, notes, and reviews. Some publications are not present in the collection.

Nos. 1-18
Box 56
No. 19 (drafts, notes)
Box 56
Nos. 20-21
Box 56
No. 22 (referee report)
Box 56
Nos. 23-34
Box 56
No. 39 (draft)
Box 56
Nos. 40-43
Box 56
No. 45 (typed manuscript with revisions)
Box 56
Nos. 46-48
Box 56
No. 49 (correspondence)
Box 56
Nos. 50-58
Box 56
No. 59 (notes, drafts)
Box 56
Nos. 61-62
Box 56
No. 64 (galley, no reprint)
Box 56
Nos. 66-67
Box 57
No. 68 (draft)
Box 57
Nos. 70-71
Box 57
No. 72 (draft)
Box 57
No. 73
Box 57
No. 74 (draft)
Box 57
No. 75 (draft)
Box 57
Nos. 76-90
Box 57
No. 91 (draft)
Box 57
Nos. 92-94
Box 57
No. 95 (draft)
Box 57
Nos. 96-105
Box 57
No. 106 (draft, typed manuscript)
(2 folders)
Box 57
Nos. 107-119
Box 57
No. 120
Box 57
Nos. 121-131
Box 58
No. 132 (notes, drafts, research, CFDP, no reprint)
Box 58
Nos. 134-137
Box 58
No. 138 (working paper)
Box 58
Nos. 139-150
Box 58
No. 151 (draft)
Box 58
Nos. 152-159
Box 58
No. 160 (typed manuscript)
Box 58
No. 161 (typed manuscript)
Box 58
Nos. 163-164
Box 58
No. 165 (handwritten draft, photocopy of working paper, no reprint)
Box 58
No. 166 (typed manuscript)
Box 58
No. 167
Box 58
No. 168 (handwritten draft)
Box 58
No. 169
Box 58
No. 170 (galley)
Box 58
Nos. 171-176
Box 58
No. 179 (working paper, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 180 (drafts, notes, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 183
Box 59
No. 184 (working paper, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 185 (typed manuscript, no reprint)
Box 59
Nos. 188-189
Box 59
No. 190 (drafts, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 191
Box 59
No. 193 (draft, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 195 (draft)
Box 59
No. 197 (preliminary paper)
Box 59
No. 199 (handwritten draft, book reviews, correspondence, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 200
Box 59
No. 202 (galley)
Box 59
No. 206 (written draft, typed manuscript, correspondence)
(2 folders)
Box 59
Nos. 207-209
Box 59
No. 210 (revisions, correspondence, working paper, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 212 (typed manuscript, no reprint)
Box 59
No. 213 (typed manuscript)
Box 59
No. 214 (drafts, working paper)
Box 60
No. 215
Box 60
No. 217 (revised proof, correspondence)
Box 60
No. 219
Box 60
No. 220 (CFDP working paper, Institute for Decision Sciences working paper, correspondence, no reprint)
Box 60
No. 221 (working paper)
Box 60
No. 222
Box 60
No. 223 (typed draft with revision, correspondence
Box 60
No. 224 (proof)
Box 60
No. 225 (proof, correspondence, draft)
Box 60
No. 226 (no reprint)
Box 60
No. 227
Box 60
No. 228 (draft, correspondence, working paper)
Box 60
No. 229 (draft, correspondence, no reprint)
Box 60
No. 230 (typed manuscript, correspondence, report)
Box 60
No. 231 (working paper, drafts, notes)
Box 60
No. 233 (drafts, discussion paper)
Box 61
No. 234 (working paper)
Box 61
No. 235 (revised proof, notes, drafts, correspondence)
(4 folders)
Box 61
No. 236
Box 61
No. 238 (working paper)
Box 61
No. 239 (working report, drafts, correspondence)
(3 folders)
Box 61
No. 240 (working paper, notes, correspondence)
(1 folder)
Box 61
No. 240 (working paper, notes, correspondence)
(2 folders)
Box 62
No. 241 (typed manuscript, draft, correspondence, no reprint)
(2 folders)
Box 62
No. 243 (working paper, draft)
Box 62
No. 244 (working paper, manuscripts, drafts, research notes, correspondence, no reprint)
(2 folders)
Box 62
No. 245 (manuscript, notes, drafts, revised draft, correspondence, no reprint)
(3 folders)
Box 62
No. 245 (manuscript, notes, drafts, revised draft, correspondence, no reprint)
(1 folder)
Box 63
No. 246 (final draft, correspondence, no reprint)
Box 63
No. 247 (typed manuscript, draft, correspondence)
Box 63
No. 249 and No. 255 (typed manuscript, drafts, revisions, no reprint)
Box 63
No. 250 (typed manuscript, student report, no reprint)
Box 63
No. 251 (typed manuscript)
Box 63
No. 254 (drafts, research notes, correspondence, no reprint)
Box 63
No. 255 (typed manuscript, no reprint)
Box 63
No. 256 (typed manuscript, drafts, no reprint)
(2 folders)
Box 63
No. 260 (typed manuscript, working paper)
Box 63
No. 266 (typed manuscript, typed manuscript with revisions, no reprint)
Box 63
No. 266 (typed manuscript, no reprint)
Box 64
No. 267
Box 64
No. 268
Box 64
No. 269 (galley, no reprint)
Box 64
No. 271 (working draft, correspondence, no reprint)
Box 64
No. 273
Box 64
No. 274 (drafts, CFDP, correspondence, no reprint)
(2 folders)
Box 64
No. 277 (working paper, no reprint)
Box 64
No. 279 (proof, no reprint)
Box 64
No. 281
Box 64
No. 282 (typed manuscript, no reprint)
Box 64
No. 287
Box 64
No. 288 (referee report)
Box 64
No. 290
Box 64
No. 291 (correspondence)
Box 64
Nos. 293-294
Box 64
Nos. 295-306
Box 64

Includes Cowles Foundation Discussion Papers (CFDP) and Cowles Foundation Reports (CFR) stemming from the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics at Yale University. Shubik used a sequential numbering system to identify his writings, and the papers are arranged by this system. The numbers given represent individual titles, which can be identified in a paper list of titles in the first box, or online on Shubik's web site. In addition to the original report, accompanying materials such as drafts and revisions, correspondence, and notes are often included. Some reports are not present in the collection.

Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper, Nos. 100-104
Box 65
CFDP No. 105 (typed draft)
Box 65
CFDP Nos. 107-167
Box 65
CFDP No. 170 (typed draft)
Box 65
CFDP Nos. 180-208
Box 65
CFDP Nos. 217-230
Box 65
CFDP No. 233 (referee report)
Box 65
CFDP Nos. 236-240
Box 65
CFDP No. 247 (early draft, revisions)
Box 65
CFDP No. 249
Box 66
CFDP No. 270 (referee report)
Box 66
CFDP Nos. 274-289
Box 66
CFDP Nos. 316-330
Box 66
CFDP No. 334 (revisions, notes)
Box 66
CFDP Nos. 331-338
Box 66
CFDP Nos. 347-364
Box 66
CFDP Nos. 365-374
Box 66
CFDP Nos. 377-410R
Box 66
CFDP Nos. 414-429
Box 67
CFDP Nos. 431-448
Box 67
CFDP Nos. 454-460R
Box 67
CFDP Nos. 462-476
Box 67
CFDP Nos. 478-484
Box 67
CFDP Nos. 507-525
Box 68
CFDP No. 557 (correspondence, referee reports)
Box 68
CFDP Nos. 559-619
Box 68
CFDP No.627 (working draft, correspondence)
2 folders
Box 68
CFDP Nos. 634R-706
Box 68
CFDP Nos. 712-733
Box 68
CFDP No. 744 (handwritten drafts)
Box 68
CFDP Nos. 747R-787
Box 69
CFDP No. 789 (typed draft)
Box 69
CFDP Nos. 804-814
Box 69
CFDP No. 814R (drafts, handwritten drafts)
Box 69
CFDP Nos. 841-871
Box 69
CFDP No. 879
Box 69
CFDP Nos. 879R (early manuscript)
Box 69
CFDP No. 891 (typed manuscript)
Box 69
CFDP Nos. 895-964
Box 69
CFDP Nos. 996-1037
Box 70
CFDP No. 1040 (notes, correspondence)
Box 70
CFDP No. 1043
Box 70
CFDP No. 1046 (drafts, correspondence)
Box 70
CFDP Nos. 1056-1076
Box 70
CFDP No. 1050 (notes, drafts)
Box 70
CFDP No. 1088 and No. 1095 (correspondence, summary)
(2 folders)
Box 70
CFDP No. 1089 and No. 1088 (research)
Box 70
CFDP No. 1094 (summary)
Box 70
CFDP No. 1099 (revised draft, correspondence)
Box 70
CFDP Nos. 1112-1132
Box 70
CFDP No. 1156 (Santa Fe Working Paper, draft with notes, revised manuscript, early draft)
(5 folders)
Box 71
CFDP Nos. 1174-1184
Box 71
CFDP No. 1202
Box 71
CFDP No. 1253 (drafts, revisions, notes, Santa Fe Working Paper)
(2 folders)
Box 71
CFDP No. 1304
Box 71
CFDP No. 1343
Box 71
CFDP No. 1396 (typed manuscript, draft, correspondence)
(3 folders)
Box 71
CFDP No. 1413 (final copy with activity report)
Box 71
CFDP No. 1414
Box 72
CFDP No. 1424 (typed manuscript with revisions, draft with notes, correspondence)
(3 folders)
Box 72
CFDP No. 1439 (corrections copy)
Box 72
CFDP Nos. 1455 and 1460 (drafts, notes, no final report)
(3 folders)
Box 72
CFDP Unidentified number: Game Theory, Complexity and Simplicity, Part II, 1997
Box 72
Cowles Foundation Report, Nos. 250-359
Box 72
CFR Nos. 363-447
Box 72
CFR Nos. 450-578
Box 72
CFR Nos. 584-731
Box 73
CFR Nos. 741-1049
Box 73

Contains drafts, correspondence, manuscripts, notes, book reviews and proofs from selected major works by Shubik, including Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, Game Theory in the Social Sciences, and Market Structure and Behavior. Arranged by title.

Proofs, notes, correspondence and book reviews. For additional reviews, see Box 40.
Box 73
Title cover sample.

(Seems to have become Volume 2 of Game Theory in the Social Sciences.)

Box 73
Proof and memorandum. Same as Game Theory and Related Approaches to To Social Behavior?
Box 74
Notes, correspondence, reviews, revised manuscripts, galleys, reprint, advertisement.
Box 74-75

Game Theory in the Social Sciences includes materials that came to be published in a two-volume work, Game Theory and the Social Sciences (1982, 1984). Divided into roughly three groups related to project phases: (1) a small group of early notes and drafts from a joint project with Lloyd Shapley from the 1960s, with the intended title "Competition, Welfare, and the Theory of Games" ; (2) a series of RAND working papers with Shapley from the early 1970s entitled Game Theory in Economics; and (3) drafts of the final book, authored by Shubik alone, from the 1970s and mid 1980s. For additional correspondence, see Box 37 and 38.

Competition, Welfare, and the Theory of Games, 1960s-1974

Folder houses outlines and drafts.

Box 75
Game Theory in Economics

Contains the drafts of five RAND working papers (also identified by chapter numbers) on game theory, authored by Shubik and Shapley: "Introduction. The Use of Models" ; "Decision Makers" ; "The 'Rules of the Game'" ; "Preferences and Utility" ; and "Characteristic Function, Core, and Stable Set" . Also contains the published working papers and associated correspondence. Chapter 5 materials are not present.

Box 75-76
Game Theory in the Social Sciences

Contains drafts and manuscripts of almost all chapters, appendices for Volumes 1 and 2; also houses drafts with editors' mark-ups, figures or illustrations, references, notes, related articles, research, reviews and some correspondence. Includes notes by Ed Paxson on Chapter 12. The last drafts in Box 80-A are stamped 20 March, 1984.

Box 76-80-A
Drafts

Includes drafts (some with notes) for select chapters of Volume 1 and 2, with course packet, prospectus, correspondence. For additional correspondence, see Boxes 36 and 40.

Box 81-83
Proofs

Includes proofs of Volumes 1 and 2.

Box 84-85
Research Materials

Includes working papers, notes on various chapters, correspondence, scholarly articles by others, contents and references, research.

Box 85
Typed Manuscripts

Includes typed manuscripts for select chapters of Volume 1 and 2, includes an advertisement for the book

Box 85-86
Manuscript and royalty statement
Box 86
Book cover sample
Box 86
Book cover sample
Box 87

Includes materials for a book, edited by Garry Brewer and Martin Shubik, on readings in game theory, tentatively entitled Gaming and the Behavioral Sciences. Includes correspondence, research files, permissions, status reports and a few drafts. Does not appear to be published.

Letters, part II, 1970-72
Box 87-88
Letters, part III, 1970-76
Box 87-88
Letters, part IV, 1970-72
Box 87-88
Letters, not used, 1970-71
Box 87-88
Status report
Box 87-88
No. 1, James Coleman, "In Defense of Games"
Box 87-88
No. 2, Erving Goffman, "On Face Work"
Box 87-88
No. 5, Cleo Cherryholmes, "Some Current Research on Effectiveness of Educational Simulations..."
Box 87-88
No. 6, Sarane Boocock, "An Experimental Study Of the Learning Effects of Two Games with Simulated Environments"
Box 87-88
No. 7, Michael Inbar, "The Differential Impact of a Game Simulating a Community Disaster"
Box 87-88
No. 8, Richard Wing, "Two Computer-Based Economics Games for Sixth Graders"
Box 87-88
No. 9, William Dill, "What Management Games Do Best"
Box 87-88
No. 13, James McKenney and William Dill, "Influences on Learning in Simulation Games"
Box 87-88
No. 41, Garry Brewer, "Summary Report of a Survey of Models, Simulations, and Games"
Box 87-88
No. 52, Shubik and David Stern, "Some Experimental Non-Constant-Sum Games Revisited"
Box 87-88
No 59, Shubik, "The Dollar Auction Game..."
Box 87-88
"On the Scope of Gaming," 1971-72
Box 87-88
Gaming and the Behavioral Sciences, Introduction and organization
Box 87-88
Status report, 1970
Box 87-88
Business files, 1972-78
Box 87-88

Files house materials for a seminar taught by Shubik in 1987 at Yale, as well as other files on relevant topics and research into behavior and risk. Includes notes, correspondence, readings, and student papers. The lecture notes of featured seminar speakers were collected into a book entitled Risk, Organizations, and Society, published in 1991. Speakers include R. Abelson, J. Stolwijk among others.

Includes seminar outline, notes for select sessions, correspondence, miscellaneous readings, student papers.

Miscellaneous articles on risk, 1981-1989
Box 88-89
Seminar outline
Box 88-89
Session No. 1
Box 88-89
Session No. 2, R. Abelson
Box 88-89
Session No. 3
Box 88-89
Session No. 4, Jan Stolwijk
Box 88-89
Session No. 7, Brian Jenkins
Box 88-89
Session No. 8, Thomas Schelling
Box 88-89
Session No. 9, Homer Boynton
Box 88-89
Session No. 11, Ernst Wynder
Box 88-89
Session No. 12, Henry Kendall
Box 88-89
Session No. 13, Alvin Weinberg
Box 88-89
Correspondence with Alvin Weinberg
Box 88-89
Seminar, miscellaneous readings
Box 88-89
Seminar, student papers
Box 88-89

Includes correspondence, review drafts, various revisions and proofs.

Correspondence with publishers
Box 89-90
Contents
Box 89-90
Drafts of Introduction, "Risk in a Complex World"
Box 89-90
Review draft
Box 89-90
Proofs
Box 89-90
Chauncy Starr and Chris Whipple revisions
Box 89-90
Henry Rowen revisions
Box 89-90
Jenkins revisions
Box 89-90
Boynton revisions
Box 89-90
Schelling revisions
Box 89-90
Weinberg revisions
Box 89-90
Kendall revisions
Box 89-90
Manuscript, reprints, correspondence, peer reviews, book reviews, and reprint permissions.
Box 90-91
Manuscripts. Never published?
Box 91

Subseries chiefly consists of materials associated with The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions (TMFI). Arranged in five parts: (1) papers and notes on the general topic of money and financial institutions; (2) an early draft of the project released piecemeal as Cowles Commission working papers (identified by the letter C, as in C-33); (3) drafts arranged chronologically; (4) manuscripts arranged chronologically; and (5) correspondence and book reviews. For additional correspondence, see Box 44.

Files house early papers and research memoranda, RAND Working Papers, project planning and outlines.

A Theory of Money and Banking in a General Equilibrium System, Research Memorandum, Institut Für Höhere Studien und Wissenschaftliche Forschung Wien, 1970
Box 92-93
Theory of Money, Prices and the Rate of Interest I, RAND Working Paper, 1971
Box 92-93
Theory of Money, Prices and the Rate of Interest III, RAND Working Paper, 1971
Box 92-93
Bankruptcy and Efficiency in a General Equilibrium Model with Incomplete Markets
Box 92-93
An Informal Guide to Some Papers on a Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, 1974-1982
Box 92-93
A Strategic Market Game with Seigniorage Costs of Fiat Money, 1992
Box 92-93
National Science Foundation proposal
Box 92-93

Includes bound CFDPs and working papers.

"Measurable, Transferable, Comparable Utility and Money," C-1
Box 92-93
"The Missing Degree of Freedom," TMFI part III
Box 92-93
"Some Informal Notes, Preliminary Results, and Models Relevant to Dynamic Monetary Economies," C-12, TMFI part X
Box 92-93
"Some Problems and Conjectures...," C-25, TMFI part XIX
Box 92-93
"A Linear Exchange Model with Financial Institutions, TMFI part XX
Box 92-93
"A Price-Quantity Buy-Sell Market," TMFI part XXII
Box 92-93
"Beyond General Equilibrium," C-31, TMFI part XXVII
Box 92-93
"The Optimal Bankruptcy Rule," C-33, TMFI part XXX, 1976
Box 92-93
"A Closed Economic System with Production and Exchange...," C-34
Box 92-93
Notes and Drafts, C-35
Box 92-93
"Banks, Insurance, and Financial Markets," C-36, TMFI part 31
Box 92-93
"On the Market Value of Information," C-39, TMFI part 33
Box 92-93
"A Multiperiod Trading Economy," C-40, TMFI part 34
Box 92-93
"Bankruptcy and Optimality in a Closed Trading Economy," TMFI part 35
Box 92-93
Miscellaneous notes and drafts
Box 92-93
Drafts (some handwritten) of most chapters of both volumes, with notes, appendices and MIT draft copy.
Box 93-97
Manuscripts for TMFI, including such groupings as "Master Set," typed manuscripts, marked-up manuscripts, proofs, revised proofs and bound copies of TMFI (for purposes such as seminars).
Box 98-103
Two pieces of correspondence and several reviews.
Box 103

Single volumes of published books, with no manuscript materials. Arranged by title.

La Décision: Agrégation et dynamique des orderes de préférence, Aix-en-Provence 3 - 7 juillet 1967 (1969, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris)

Papers and concluding remarks by Shubik.

Box 115
Games for Society, Business and War: Towards a Theory of Gaming (1975, Elsevier)
Box 115
Uses and Methods of Gaming (1975, Elsevier)
(2 copies)
Box 115
Wirtschafts-und Sozialwissenschaften zwischen Theorie und Praxis: 30 Jahre Institut für Höhere Studien in Wien (1993, Physica Verlag)
Box 115
Includes book reviews not associated with major works in this collection.
Box 103
Unpublished Works
(8 folders)

Includes numerous unpublished works by Shubik. Titles include such works as Behavior, Society and Nuclear War and The War Game. Materials consist of manuscripts, correspondence, outlines and out takes. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Behavior, Society and Nuclear War, Vol. II (unpublished chapter, correspondence)
Box 104
The Economics of Competitive Strategy (outline of chapters, unfinished, with Forman, L. and Naylor, T.)
Box 104
Game Theory (unpublished manuscript)
(2 folders)
Box 104
Microeconomic Analysis, (unpublished manuscript)
(2 folders)
Box 104
The War Game (outline, out takes)
(2 folders)
Box 104

Included in this subseries are chapters, secondary sources, models and figures for works that could not be identified with a specific work. The files often include correspondence and working papers. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Corporate Control, Efficient Markets... (working papers, correspondence)
Box 104
Diagrams and figures from Volume II
Box 104
Entry and exit growth (Chapter 8, handwritten draft)
Box 104
Figures and tables for various publications
Box 105
Drawings and manuscripts on game theory
Box 105
Mathematical institutional economics and oligopoly theory (typed draft for Chapter 13 of unidentified work)
Box 105
N-Person Games (chapters for an unidentified publication), 1963
(2 folders)
Box 105
Prices, Production, Advertising , and the Goals of the Firm (typed draft for Chapter 6 of unidentified book)
Box 105
Probability/consumption models, undated
Box 105
Secondary sources for "6" (includes articles by R. Rosenthal and others)
Box 105
Secondary sources for "6.2.2" (includes articles by E. Zabel and Y. Plessner)
Box 105
Secondary sources for "6.3" (includes articles by L. Telser and others)
Box 105
Secondary sources for "14" (includes articles by B. Shitovitz and others)
Box 105
Sequential Optimization (various notes for Chapter 4)
Box 105
Social Policy and Control... (draft for Chapter 14)
Box 105
A Static Theory of Cooperative or Collusive Action (manuscript of Chapter 8)
Box 106
Strategic Audit (material for Chapter 14, including working papers and article)
Box 106
Trade Practice Rules (secondary sources for unidentified Chapter 15)
Box 106
Urban Systems Gaming (secondary sources for "14")
Box 106

Here are works that are not listed in Shubik's numeric bibliography. The files often include such material as manuscripts, reprints, drafts, correspondence, proofs and working papers. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Accepting Orders for a Job Shop... (typed manuscript), 1957
Box 106
Accounting and Economic Theory (manuscript, correspondence, referee reports), 2003
Box 106
Accounting Theory and its Relationship to General Equilibrium Theory (typed manuscript), 1992
Box 106
Adam Crusoe's GNP, Welfare and Money Supply (typed manuscript), undated
Box 106
The Analysis of Nuclear Stability in a Multipolar World with Bracken, J. and Quint, T., 1993
Box 106
Applied General Equilibrium Computations and Strategic Market Games with Rutherford, T. (draft with revisions), undated
Box 106
Auctions, Bidding and Contracting (manuscript), undated
Box 106
Babylonian Economics Exhibit (correspondence with Haloo, W.), 2000
Box 106
Barrons (letter to the editor), 1983
Box 106
Bertrand, Joseph (New Palgrave entry), 1985
Box 106
A Biographical Model of Migration (drafts with revisions), 1994
Box 106
Birth Processes and Intergenerational Transfers with Arthur, W., undated
Box 106
Book Reviews by Shubik
(2 folders)
Box 106
Book Reviews of Gaming Literature and Allied Topics with Brewer, G. (RAND typed manuscript), 1971
Box 106
Budgets in a Decentralized Organization with Incomplete Information (RAND typed manuscript), 1970
Box 106
Capital Markets, Efficiency and Corporate Control (proof), undated
Box 106
Center for Competitive and Conflict Systems, Report #8 (typed manuscript), 1984-1985
Box 107
On Coalition Games (ISAC working paper), undated
Box 107
A Comparison of Six Simple Models of Production and Exchange with Sahi, S. (draft), undated
Box 107
A Comparison between some Features of a Purely Competitive Market (typed manuscript), 1956
Box 107
Competition or Cooperation on NASDAQ (typed manuscript), 1996
Box 107
The Competitive Equilibrium of a Direct Market and Core with Shapley, L. (handwritten drafts), undated
Box 107
The Computation of Equilibria in Monetary Economies with Quint, T and Rutherford, T. (manuscript), 1995
Box 107
Containing Cost Growth in Defense Procurement (typed manuscript), undated
Box 107
Control of Dividends, Capital Subscriptions, and Physical Inventories with Li, Lode, Sobel (copy of latest draft), 2003
Box 107
Cooperative Games (correspondence), 1985
Box 107
Corporate Control, Efficient Markets, the Public Good, the Law and Economic Theory (handwritten drafts), undated
Box 107
Corporate Reality and Accounting for Investors with Whitman, M (reprint, notes, correspondence), 1972
Box 107
Costly Search, Local Maxima and Matrix Games with Lee, J., 1993
Box 107
Cournot, Antoine Augustin (draft, notes for The New Palgrave), 1985
Box 107
Crisis Stability Games with Bracken, J. (working paper), 1990
Box 107
The Defense Implications of the Recent and Future Changes in the World... with Slighton, R. (typed outline, drafts), 1997
(2 folders)
Box 107
The Demand for a New Consumer Durable: some models (typed manuscript with revisions), undated
Box 107
Design for Forecasting (typed manuscript), 1957
Box 107
Development: Models, Simulations, and Games (draft), 1970
Box 107
A Dynamic Strategic Market Game with Limited Borrowing... (draft with notes), 1982
Box 107
Economic Consequences of Missile Defense with Bracken, P. (correspondence, drafts), 2001
Box 107
Fiat Money in a Mass Market with Whitt, W. (handwritten draft), 1971-1972
Box 107
On Fiduciary Risk and Decision-making (typed manuscript with revisions), undated
Box 107
Financial Systems: Instabilities and Conflict (working paper), 1995
Box 107
Financing Trade and the Price Level... (drafts), 1994
Box 107
A Fond Remembrance of Per Bax (reprint), 2002
Box 107
On the Future Role of the Corporation (manuscript), 2000
Box 107
A Game Theoretic Approach to the Theory of Money... (conference paper), 1988
Box 108
Game Theory (CFP paper), undated
Box 108
Games of Status and Wealth and Status... (typed manuscript), 1996-1997
Box 108
Game Theory: The Language of Strategy (working paper), 1981
Box 108
Game Theory and Operations Research: Some Musings 50 Years Later (reprint), 2002
Box 108
Game Theory and Operations Research Sixty Years Later (handwritten draft), undated
Box 108
Game Theory and Princeton (CFPP), undated
Box 108
Gaming (manuscript), 1993
Box 108
Gaming Literature Review with Brewer, G., Savage, E. (typed manuscript), 1971
(2 folders)
Box 108
An Infinite Horizon Strategic Market Game with Fiat Money, Part II with Karatzas, I and Sudderth, W. (working paper), 1992
Box 108
An Informal Guide to Some Papers of a Theory of Money and Financial Institutions (research memorandum), 1977
Box 108
Information, Theories of Competition and Theory of Games (draft), 1951
Box 108
Intergenerational Political Economy (drafts), 1980
Box 108
Involved Parties, Incentives and Process (typed manuscript, correspondence), 1976
Box 108
Kohlberg's Critique of Perfect Equilibrium (drafts), undated
Box 108
The Literature of Gaming, Simulation, and Model Building (drafts, revisions), 1972
Box 108
On Local and Network Games with Quint, T. (drafts), 2003
Box 108
The Marginal Value of a Player (typed manuscript), undated
Box 108
Market Share, Competition among Firms... with Bak, P. Maslov, S., Karatzas, Y, Sudderth, W. (manuscript, correspondence), 1996
Box 108
Mathematical Economics (draft), 1986
Box 108
Model of Strategic Behavior and Nuclear Deterrence (correspondence), 1992
Box 108
Money and the Monetization of Credit (revised proof), undated
Box 108
Money as an Asset and the Role of Clearing Houses (handwritten draft with manuscripts), 1995
Box 109
Money as Insurance (drafts), 1983
Box 109
The Names of the Games with Powers, I. and Yeung, I. (discussion paper, correspondence), 1990
Box 109
Normative Estimates about how to Settle Three Person Cooperative Games (working paper), 1991
Box 109
A Note on Budget Allocation Games without Side Payments (handwritten draft), 1996
Box 109
A Note on the Egalitarian Selection of a Competitive Equilibrium... (typed manuscript), 1983
Box 109
A Note on Paper Gold (typed draft with revisions), undated
Box 109
A Note on the Relationship between the Value and the Competitive Equilibrium (typed manuscripts), undated
Box 109
A Note on the Unique Minimal Loan Equilibrium in an Exchange Economy (CFPP), undated
Box 109
Notes of the Business Game, 1972 Data (typed draft), 1983
Box 109
Notes on an Experimental Evaluation of Four Leading Delicatessens with Madansky, A (typed manuscript, correspondence), 1976
Box 109
Observations on the Vietnam War (draft), 1968
Box 109
An OLG Economy with Stochastic Individual Income, Part I with Karatzas, I. and Sudderth, W. (typed draft), 1999
Box 109
The One Bid Bargain (working paper), undated
Box 109
A One Period Exchange Economy with a Mutual Band and Redemption in Gold (typed draft), 1990
Box 109
Oskar Morgenstern (typed draft), undated
Box 109
Paper Gold (draft), undated
Box 109
Phylax (editor letter), 1988-1991
Box 109
The Playing of a Simple Extensive Form Game (working paper), 1991
Box 109
The Price for the Widow's Cruise (draft), undated
Box 109
On Production and Growth (typed manuscript, revisions), undated
Box 109
Production with Dividend and Bankruptcy Penalties with Sobel, Li (paper, correspondence), 1993
Box 109
A Program in the Study of Dynamic Monetary Economies (typed manuscript, drafts), 1991
Box 109
Quantity Variation Oligopoly with Fouraker, L., Siegel, S. (typed manuscript), undated
Box 109
RAND Corporation Reports with Dalkey, N. and Brewer, G., 1968-1971
Box 109
Rational or Irrational Threats (manuscript), undated
Box 110
Risk Aversion, Fiduciary Relationships... (abstract), undated
Box 110
The Santa Fe Art Market (typed draft, revisions, manuscript), 1992
Box 110
On Sensitivity Analysis, Economic Models... (handwritten draft), 1972
Box 110
The Social Function and Economic Future of the Art Museum with Baumol, W. (study and book proposal), 1986-1989
Box 110
Some Musings of Gaming and Simulation (typed manuscript), 1993
Box 110
Some Unresolved Problems in Mathematical Economics... (draft), undated
Box 110
On the Stages of Innovation (manuscript), 1995
Box 110
A Strategic Market Game with Limited Borrowing and Exogenous Uncertainty (typed draft), 1982
Box 110
Strategic Market Games and Market Mechanisms (handwritten draft), undated
Box 110
Theory of Bidding with Griesmer, J., Morrison, H. (revised paper with notes), undated
Box 110
A Theory of Money and Banking in a General Equilibrium System (research memorandum, notes), 1970
Box 110
Three Essays on Decentralized Trade comments by M. Shubik, undated
Box 110
Three Simple Experimental Games (working paper), 1992
Box 110
Towards an Economic Dynamics with Many Generations with Arthur, W. (typed manuscript), undated
Box 110
Towards an Economic Dynamics (written draft, manuscript), undated
Box 110
A Trading Model to Avoid Tatonnement Metaphysics (galley), 1975
Box 110
A Two Party System with Government, Bureaucracy, and Mass Voting (draft), 1982
2 folders
Box 110
Uncertainty and an Optimal Bankruptcy Law (draft, revisions), 1984
Box 110
A Unified Model of Quantity, Price, and Price-Quantity Duopoly (draft), undated
Box 111
Update of the Aggressive-Conservative Investor (typed manuscript), 2005
Box 111
The Uses of Teaching Games in Game Theory Classes... (reprint), 2002
Box 111
The Value of Money and Network Constraint with Bak, P. (notes), undated
Box 111
The Variation of Stock Prices with Bak, P., Maslov, S., Karatzas, I., Sudderth, W., and Geanakoplos, J. (drafts, manuscript), 1996
Box 111
Varying the Money Supply (drafts, revisions, working papers, notes, correspondence)
(4 folders)
Box 111
Who Gets What, How? (typed manuscripts), 2005
Box 111
Unidentified draft: biography of Shubik (manuscript, notes), undated
Box 111
Unidentified draft: culture and commerce, undated
Box 111
Unidentified draft: Econometrica (abstract), undated
Box 111
Unidentified manuscript: gaming, 1971
Box 111
Unidentified manuscript: latex economics (paper, correspondence), 1997
Box 111

Contains extensive research notes for works and subjects not readily connected with a specific work or title. Topics touch upon matters such gaming, auctions, and bidding. The series also includes Shubik's various bibliographies, both of select publications of his own work and of research topics. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Artificial Intelligence, gaming theory, etc. (bibliographies), undated
Box 111
Auctions, bidding (notes, clippings, manuscript in unknown hand, translation of Talamanca work), 1960s
Box 111
Bibliography, various economists, undated
Box 111
Bibliography, Shubik (notes, articles), 1971
Box 111
Bibliography, Shubik, 1973
Box 111
Bibliography, select publications, 1989
Box 111
Bibliography, select publications, 1998
Box 111
Bibliography, select publications, undated
Box 111
Bidding (correspondence)
Box 112
Bidding, simple models, (notes), undated
Box 112
Business and regulation (notes), undated
Box 112
World financial crises, world debt (notes), undated
Box 112
Games, undated
Box 112
Gaming (unidentified notes), undated
Box 112
Gaming and simulation bibliography, undated
Box 112
Historical approaches to production models (table), 1980s
Box 112
Imputation, two-person bargaining (proof, galley), 1950 and undated
Box 112
Mathematical finance models (notes), 2000s
Box 112
Multiple equilibria (notes), undated
Box 112
Nuclear stability, strategy (notes, correspondence), undated
Box 112
Problems of pareto optimal surface by Frisch, H. (notes), 1969
Box 112
Production in economic models (notes), 1999
Box 112
Socio-economic and international simulations (notes), 1964 and c. 1979
Box 112
Switching in a market with taxation and transaction costs (notes), undated
Box 112
T.E.M.P.E.R (notes, review), 1967
Box 112
Truancy (article by unidentified author), undated
Box 112
URI (notes), undated
Box 112

Subseries includes academic works by authors such as L. Shapley, A. Sanghvi, R. Selten and S. Sahi. The files often include signed reprints, notes, working papers, articles, and advertisements. Also included is a book manuscript by R. Nelson and S. Winter. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by author.

Aker, J. and Anderson, J., Operations Research in the Warsaw Pact Armed Forces, 1974
Box 112
Amir, R., Aumann, R., Peck, J., and Wooders, M., Games and Economic Behavior in Honor of M. Shubik, 2004
Box 112
Anderson, R., Quick Response Equilibrium, 1983
Box 112
Averch, H., Evaluating Models: trends and prospects, 1972
Box 112
Beder, M., A Futures and Options Market for Agricultural Products in Mexico, 1993
Box 112
Bouchard, J. P. and Sornette, D., Derivatives Trading, 1996
Box 112
Cohen, J., Can Human Irrationality Be Experimentally Demonstrated?, 1981
Box 112
Brams, S., Davis, M., and Straffin, P., The Geometry of the Arms Race, 1979
Box 112
Edwards, W., Lindman, H., and Savage, L., Bayesian Statistical Inference... (signed copy), 1963
Box 112
Filar, J., The Completely Mixed Single-Controlling Stochastic Game, 1983
Box 112
Filar, J., The Travelling Inspector Model, 1983
Box 112
Filar, J. and Raghavan, T. E. S., A Matrix Game Solution of the Single-controller Stochastic Game, undated
Box 112
De Finetti, B., La Teoria dei Giochi, 1963
Box 112
Frank, M., The Braess Paradox, 1981
Box 112
Fudenberg, D. and Maskin, E., The Folk Theorem in Repeated Games..., 1984
Box 112
Goldhamer, H., Social Mobility (signed reprint), 1968
Box 112
Gordon, J., Shareholder Initiative and Social Choice... (signed reprint), 1991
Box 112
Klipstein, D., The Contributions of Edsel Murphy..., 1969
Box 112
Kantorovich, L., Dynamic Models of Scientific-technical Progress (signed reprint), 1974
Box 112
Kreps, D. and Wilson, R., Sequential Equilibria, 1982
Box 113
Markov, M., Science and the Responsibility of Scientists (signed reprint), 1975
Box 113
Milnor, J. and Shapley, L., On Games of Survival, 1955
Box 113
Nelson, R. and Winter, S., An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Capabilities and Behavior (manuscript), 1982
(4 folders)
Box 113
Powers, M., Sin, Short-selling, Taxes, Bubbles and the Price of Shares, (undated)
Box 113
Rosenthal, R., Discussion of Lloyd Shapley's Noncooperative General Exchange, undated
Box 113
Sahi, S., The Noncooperative Equilibria of a Trading Economy..., 1987
Box 113
Sanghvi, A., The Asympotic Behavior of some Sequential Games, 1973
Box 114
Selten, R., The Chain Store Paradox, 1974
Box 114
Simon, J., Puig, C. and Aschoff, J., A Duopoly Simulation and Richer Theory, 1973
Box 114
Stahl, I., The Use of Operational Gaming..., 1980
Box 114
Stern, G. Karreman, A., unidentified book, undated
Box 114
Trockel, W., The Chain Store Paradox Revisited, 1984
Box 114
Whitman, M., Merger Proxy Statements and Exchange Prospectuses, 1973
Box 114
Wold, H., Mergers of Economics and Philosophy of Science (signed reprint), 1969
Box 114
Unidentified author, The Geoffrey Hazard Short Course in Economics, undated
Box 114
Various authors, Omni (superiority of female brain, x-ray holograms, consciousness, and the split brain), 1983
Box 114

Historical Note

DateEvent(s)
1926 Mar. 24Martin Shubik born in New York, N.Y.
1947Received B.A. in Mathematics, University of Toronto
1949M.A., Mathematics, University of Toronto
1951M.A., Economics, Princeton University
1953Awarded Ph.D. in Economics, Princeton University
1953-1955Research Associate, Princeton University
1955-1956Fellow, Center for Advanced Study, Palo Alto, Ca.
1956-1960Consultant, General Electric Company
1957-1959Adjunct Research Professor, Pennsylvania State University
1959Publication of Strategy and Market Structure
1961-1963Staff Member, T. J. Watson Research Labs., IBM
1963-Professor of Economics, Seymour H. Knox Professor of Mathematical Institutional Economics, Yale University
1970-1971Consultant, RAND Corporation
1971Fellow, Econometric Society
1973-1976Director, Cowles Foundation, Yale University
1975Fellow, World Academy of Arts and Sciences
1982Publication of Game Theory in the Social Sciences
1985Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1999-2010Publication of The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions, Vols. 1-3
2001With Paul Bracken, published article titled War Gaming in the Information Age: Theory and Purpose, in the Naval War College Review
2010Recognized by the American Economic Association as a Distinguished Fellow for his contributions to the field

Subject Headings

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[Identification of item], Martin Shubik Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

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The papers of Martin Shubik were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift and as deposits from 1992 to 2008.

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