Douglas E. Hill

Graduate Student in Logic & Philosophy of Science

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Research Interests:

My work is in enforcement mechanisms in repeated games (such as the prisoner's dilemma) in which the players' interests conflict. I am studying how robust such mechanisms (such as private judges and credit bureaus) are with respect to realistic ways they can go wrong, namely, errors and corruption. Among my general philosophical interests are: Game Theory, Rational Choice Theory, Logic, Philosophy of Biology, Bioethics, Evolutionary Game Theory, and Bayesian Philosophy of Science.

Douglas E. Hill's Curriculum vitæ


B.S., Mathematics, Computer Science, Albertson College of Idaho
M.S., Biomathematics, University of California, Los Angeles
M.A., Philosophy, University of California, Irvine