GAME THEORIST & PROFESSOR AT THE GEORGETOWN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
I am a game theorist and professor at the Georgetown School of Business. I have a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. I have published on the game theoretic aspects of war and peace, international agreements, ally behavior and security in the top journals in political science. I now serve as Senior Editor for one of these journals: International Studies Quarterly. In a past academic life I published in the area of pricing and investigated the relevance of my approach to markup pricing in various industries. I am the incoming President of the Peace Science Society International. For the past decade I have served as Ombudsperson for faculty at Georgetown University
I am a versatile scholar with expertise in many areas. As a result my approach to a topic is typically quite unique and out of the mainstream.
I am not the best. But I strive to sustain a meaningful stream of scholarly research that deals with important questions.
Personal: To lead a principled, rich and compassionate life.
Business: To advance knowledge in my field.
Being elected President of the Peace Science Society International, a society of scholars dedicated to the scientific study of peace and conflict.
Most serious professional endeavors are challenging.
“Let there be light”
Albert Schweitzer, JS Bach
Paris, Saigon, Barcelona and Yosemite
The i-phone, Steinway pianos
Music, Tai Chi