Schelling at Cato
Thomas Schelling at the Cato conference, "Global Warming: The State of the Debate."

Thomas C. Schelling

Thomas C. Schelling is the corecipient (with Robert Aumann) of the 2005 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science, "for having enhanced our understanding of conflict and cooperation through game-theory analysis." Schelling is a Distinguished University Professor, Emeritus (Department of Economics and School of Public Affairs), at the University of Maryland, and Lucius N. Littauer Professor of Political Economy, Emeritus, Harvard University. Schelling was a contributor to Cato's 1999 book, What Do Economists Contribute? edited by Daniel B. Klein, and a speaker at Cato's 2003 conference, "Global Warming: The State of the Debate."


Schelling's Cato Publications

Contributor, What Do Economists Contribute?, edited Daniel B. Klein (1999).


Speeches at the Cato Institute

"Global Warming: The State of the Debate," Cato Institute Conference, December 12, 2003.


Other Resources

Schelling page at the Nobel Prize website

Schelling's homepage at the University of Maryland