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Nagurney Co-authors Article on Game Theory for Freight Security for High-Value Cargo


Posted 10/25/2018
Category: Accolades

Ladimer S. Nagurney, Professor of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering in CETA, is the co-author of the article, A Game Theory Model for Freight Service Provision Security Investments for High-Value Cargo, which has been published in the journal, Economics of Transportation (2018), 16, pp 21-28. In the article, he and his co-authors developed a game theory model in which freight service providers seek to maximize their expected utility by competing for business from shippers and also investing in security focusing on high-value cargo, which has been the target of attacks globally. His co-authors are Professors Shivani Shukla of the University of San Francisco, Sara Saberi of WPI, and Anna Nagurney of UMass Amherst.

The link to the article on the journal website.