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Martin Reznick

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Martin Reznick received BAs in History and Classics from Columbia University in 2000. He earned an MA in Politics from New York University in 2004, where he specialized in non-cooperative game theory and econometrics. Martin uses political game theory to interpret papyrus documents from Roman Egypt. For his dissertation, he is developing a mathematical model of dispute resolution. This model captures the strategic interactions among magistrates, disputants, and their broader social networks.