Economic and Game Theory
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I maybe at the wrong place, but with my little economic background (and the theory of games we did study at the Jesuits' French University in Beirut Lebanon during 1966-71), I believe some of you guys could help me finding an answer to my question.
I have just e-mailed Mr. David K. Levine in this respect, as follows:
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Dear Mr. Levine,
Sorry to bother you.
I have just found about you through GAME THEORY.NET and friends.
Being a new BOARD GAME Developer (with an Economics background), I gave myself the permission to ask you whether there is a web site I could go to and 'test' , or analyze, my new invention.
If such a web site exists, and if I could feed it with all the features of my game (Monopoly or Clue-like), and if that same web site could be able to analyze and tell me where to improve (as far as eventual weaknesses are concerned), and to assess (at the same time) the merits of the strengths (in my game), I would really appreciate it if I could know about it!
Thanks for your feedback by return.
George Y. Krikorian
Note: I am the proud son of the first-ever Syrian-Armenian MIT graduate in 1924 (B.Sc. Mechanical Engineer).
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Thanks for your feedback and comments.