“Strategy Needs Creativity,”
Harvard Business Review, March-April 2019.

“A Test for Artificial Empathy,”
with Cheryl Loh, May 2018.

“As Well As Thinking Differently, Seeing Differently,”
October 2017.  (Chinese version: “不仅要换个角度思考,也要换个角度观察,” at innoplanetZhongguancun Inno Way, November 2017.)

Talk at AMT Quarterly Partners Summit,
April 2017.

Interview with AMT (Shanghai Qiyuan Technology Co., Ltd.),
March 2017.

“The Father of Singularity: A Case Study in Creativity and Innovation,”
March 2017.

“Wenn die Lichtgeschwindigkeit nicht mehr ausreicht: Quantennetzwerke könnten internationalen Teams helfen,”
with Pierfrancesco La Mura, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, July 4, 2016.

“Starting Up: Teaching Creativity and Innovation at NYU Shanghai,”
February 2016.

“Different Pictures of the University,”
with Jessy Hsieh, December 2014.

“Higher Education at a Strategic Inflection Point,”
The Stern Opportunity, October 2013.

“Summary of Hack B-School,”
March 2013.

“The Invisible Hand — Invisible Because It Does Not Exist?”
with Harborne Stuart, March 2013 (revised December 2013).

“Comment on ‘Towards a Behavioral Theory of Strategy’ by Giovanni Gavetti,”
with Natalya Vinokurova, Organization Science, 23, 2012, 286-287.

“Origins of Epistemic Game Theory,”
in Epistemic Logic: Five Questions, ed. by Vincent Hendricks and Olivier Roy, Automatic Press, 2010, 59-69.

Interview, in Game Theory: Five Questions,
ed. by Vincent Hendricks and Pelle Guldborg Hansen, Automatic Press, 2007, 41-48.

“Porter’s Added Value: High Indeed!”
(Commentary on Competitive Strategy, by Michael Porter, New York: Free Press, 1980), in Academy of Management Executive, 18, 2002, 58-60.

Review of Judo Strategy,
by David Yoffie and Mary Kwak, Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2001, in Manageris, 101, February 2002, 10.

“The Added-Value Theory of Business,”
with Barry Nalebuff, Strategy & Business, Fourth Quarter 1997.

“Complementors in the Digital Economy,”
with Barry Nalebuff, Oracle Alliance, March-April 1997.

“Strategic and Structural Uncertainty in Games,”
in Wise Choices: Decisions, Games, and Negotiations, ed. by Richard Zeckhauser, Ralph Keeney, and James Sebenius, Harvard Business School Press, 1996, 221-232.

Review of Only the Paranoid Survive,
by Andrew Grove, New York: Currency/Doubleday, 1996, with Barry Nalebuff, in Harvard Business Review, November-December 1996, 168-175.

“Laurel Without Hardy? A Lesson for Business,”
with Barry Nalebuff, The New York Times, August 18, 1996.

“The Right Game: Use Game Theory to Shape Strategy,”
with Barry Nalebuff, Harvard Business Review, July-August 1995, 57-71.

Review of Thinking Strategically,
by Avinash Dixit and Barry Nalebuff, New York: Norton, 1991, in Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 2, 1993, 325-332.

“Common Knowledge and Game Theory,”
with Ken Binmore, in Essays on the Foundations of Game Theory, by Ken Binmore, Basil Blackwell, 1990, 105-150.

Review of Economic Organizations as Games,
ed. by Ken Binmore and Partha Dasgupta, Basil Blackwell, 1986, in Economica, 55, 1988, 278-279.