Thomas C. Schelling

Thomas C. Schelling was Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Economics and School of Public Affairs at the University of Maryland and Lucius N. Littauer Professor of Political Economy, Emeritus, at Harvard University. He was co-recipient of the 2005 Nobel Prize in Economics.

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Cover: Surprise Attack: The Victim’s PerspectiveSurprise Attack: The Victim’s PerspectiveKam, EphraimE-DITION11/15/1988$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Choice and ConsequenceChoice and ConsequenceSchelling, Thomas C.PAPERBACK10/15/1985$37.50
Cover: Strategies of Commitment and Other EssaysStrategies of Commitment and Other EssaysSchelling, Thomas C.PAPERBACK09/30/2007$30.50
Cover: The Strategy of Conflict: With a New Preface by the AuthorThe Strategy of Conflict: With a New Preface by the AuthorSchelling, Thomas C.PAPERBACK05/15/1981$34.50
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