In this week’s episode, Anna and Tarun chat with Noam Nisan, Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Principle Researcher at StarkWare Industries and one of the pioneers in the field of Algorithmic Game Theory. They cover his extensive research and academic background, starting with his work on complexity theory as well as Algorithmic Game Theory and his current work on blockchains and Tokenomics at StarkWare.
They discuss his recent blog post; Simple Tokenomics for a Proof-of-Stake Utility Token, comparing the measurable Tokenomic outcomes of different live PoS systems and explore how Noam aimed to better communicate best practices for those designing these systems, plus much more.
Here’s some additional links for this episode:
- Simple Tokenomics for a Proof-of-Stake Utility Token by Noam Nisan
- Algorithmic Game Theory by Nisan, Roughgarden, Tardos and Vasirani
- The Elements of Computing Systems by Nisan and Schocken
- Game Theory, Alive by Karlin and Peres
- Algorithmic VS Mechanism Design
- The Federmann Center for the Study of Rationality at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Combinatorial agency by Babaioff, Feldman, Nisan and Winter
- Noam Nisan Google Scholar
- From Nand to Tetris Part 1
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