Professor Adam Brandenburger's work related to strategy and game theory as well as his book, "Co-opetition," are featured
— January 10, 2018
Excerpt from the Harvard Business Review Japan -- (translated from Japanese using Google Translate) "A game is a strategy 'bargaining' by multiple players. In game theory, we focus on the proposition of how to make appropriate decision making among all social phenomena and economic phenomena. When there are multiple players, each action of the players and various factors intertwine with each other to influence each other, predict actions of others and make 'strategic adaptation' which is a decision to make their gains advantageous. It is a theory aimed to guide."