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I started out working on ergodic theory and dynamical systems. Later, I got interested in diverse aspects of biomathematics, especially population dynamics, population ecology and population genetics. Currently my main interests are in game dynamics (replicator dynamics, adaptive dynamics) and in game theoretic models for the evolution of cooperation as well as other aspects of experimental economics.
I am also increasingly interested in the history of mathematics, especially concerning the mathematicians related to the Vienna Circle.
The Evolution of Cooperation: Simple Games and Complex Societies
as author at 4th European Conference on Complex Systems,