Adam Brandenburger

NYU Stern School of Business, 44 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012 adam.brandenburger_DELETE_THIS_@stern.nyu.edu

Brandenburger holds appointments at New York University as J.P. Valles Professor at the Stern School of Business, Distinguished Professor at the Tandon School of Engineering, Faculty Director of the NYU Shanghai Program on Creativity + Innovation, and Global Network Professor. He was a professor at Harvard Business School from 1987 to 2002. He received his B.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Cambridge. Adam researches in the areas of game theory, information theory, and business strategy.

Adam's CV


Selected Articles

Choice Theoretic Foundations of the Divisive Normalization Model

with Kai Steverson and Paul Glimcher, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization

2019

Axioms for the Boltzmann Distribution

with Kai Steverson, Foundations of Physics

2019

Strategy Needs Creativity

Harvard Business Review

2019

Team Decision Problems with Classical and Quantum Signals

with Pierfrancesco La Mure, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

2016

The Sheaf-Theoretic Structure of Non-Locality and Contextuality

with Samson Abramsky, New Journal of Physics

2011

Admissibility in Games

with Amanda Friedenberg and H. Jerome Keisler, Econometrica

2008

Biform Games

with Harborne Stuart, Management Science

2007

Value-Based Business Strategy

with Harborne Stuart, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy

1996

Epistemic Conditions for Nash Equilibrium

with Robert Aumann, Econometrica

1995

Hierarchies of Beliefs and Common Knowledge

with Eddie Dekel, Journal of Economic Theory

1993

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Books

The Language of Game Theory

Putting Epistemics into the Mathematics of Games

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2014

Recent Unpublished Articles

Renyi Entropy, Signed Probabilities, and the Qubit

with Pierfrancesco La Mura and Stuart Zoble

July 2019

Axioms for Renyi Entropy for Signed Measures

with Pierfrancesco La Mura and Stuart Zoble

July 2019

Agreement and Disagreement in a Non-Classical World

with Patricia Contreras-Tejada, Pierfrancesco La Mura, Giannicola Scarpa, and Kai Steverson

May 2019

Identification of Reasoning about Rationality

with Alex Danieli and Amanda Friedenberg, Neuroeconomics

April 2019

Cooperative Games on Infinite Trees

with H. Jerome Keisler and Paula Miret

December 2018
May 2018
February 2014


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