# David Gale

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## David Gale's Degrees

- PhD Mathematics Princeton University
- Bachelors Mathematics Swarthmore College

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## Why Is David Gale Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, David Gale was an American mathematician and economist. He was a professor emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley, affiliated with the departments of mathematics, economics, and industrial engineering and operations research. He has contributed to the fields of mathematical economics, game theory, and convex analysis.

## David Gale's Published Works

### Published Works

- College Admissions and the Stability of Marriage (2013) (4883)
- The theory of linear economic models (1961) (747)
- Multi-Item Auctions (1986) (636)
- The Jacobian matrix and global univalence of mappings (1965) (621)
- A theorem on flows in networks (1957) (571)
- On Optimal Development in a Multi-Sector Economy (1967) (485)
- Pure Exchange Equilibrium of Dynamic Economic Models. (1973) (467)
- Some remarks on the stable matching problem (1985) (439)
- CONSENSUS OF SUBJECTIVE PROBABILITIES: THE PARI-MUTUEL METHOD, (1959) (417)
- The Strategy Structure of Two Sided Matching Markets (1985) (345)
- An equilibrium existence theorem for a general model without ordered preferences (1975) (310)
- Fair Allocation of Indivisible Goods and Criteria of Justice (1991) (259)
- The law of supply and demand (1955) (231)
- The Game of Hex and the Brouwer Fixed-Point Theorem (1979) (220)
- Ms. Machiavelli and the Stable Matching Problem (1985) (213)
- Review: R. Duncan Luce and Howard Raiffa, Games and decisions: Introduction and critical survey (1958) (211)
- Transient flows in networks. (1959) (158)
- Exchange equilibrium and coalitions: An example (1974) (155)
- Equilibrium in a discrete exchange economy with money (1984) (154)
- Stable schedule matching under revealed preference (2003) (152)
- Optimal assignments in an ordered set: An application of matroid theory (1968) (150)
- Neighborly and cyclic polytopes (1963) (147)
- 15. Neighboring Vertices on a Convex Polyhedron (1957) (131)
- Corrections to an equilibrium existence theorem for a general model without ordered preferences (1979) (95)
- A further note on the stable matching problem (1987) (91)
- 13. Infinite Games with Perfect Information (1953) (89)
- The linear exchange model (1976) (84)
- A NOTE ON GLOBAL INSTABILITY OF COMPETITIVE EQUILIBRIUM (1963) (78)
- Optimal growth under factor augmenting progress (1969) (67)
- A Curious Nim-Type Game (1974) (62)
- The core of the matching game (1990) (59)
- CONVEX FUNCTIONS ON CONVEX POLYTOPES (1968) (55)
- The Two-Sided Matching Problem: Origin, Development and Current Issues (2001) (52)
- A NOTE ON REVEALED PREFERENCE (1960) (51)
- A Theory of N-Person Games with Perfect Information. (1953) (49)
- Compact sets of functions and function rings (1950) (49)
- The trade imbalance story (1974) (48)
- General equilibrium with imbalance of trade (1971) (43)
- Continuous Convex Sets. (1959) (43)
- On the Role of Complete, Transitive Preferences in Equilibrium Theory (1977) (42)
- Optimal Strategy for Serving in Tennis (1971) (38)
- 4. SOLUTIONS OF FINITE TWO-PERSON GAMES (1951) (37)
- Substitutes and complements in network flow problems (1981) (36)
- Further Travels with My Ant (1995) (35)
- An extension of Cass' characterization of infinite efficient production programs (1975) (33)
- Nim-type games (1982) (32)
- On the Core of the Assignment Game (1990) (32)
- 18. The Closed Linear Model of Production (1957) (29)
- On The Number of Faces of a Convex Polytope (1964) (28)
- On inscribing $n$-dimensional sets in a regular $n$-simplex (1953) (27)
- Tracking the Automatic ANT (1998) (26)
- Mathematical entertainments (1995) (25)
- A mathematical theory of optimal economic development (1968) (23)
- The Jeep Once More or Jeeper by the Dozen (1970) (22)
- Tracking the Automatic ANT: And Other Mathematical Explorations (1998) (22)
- Equilibrium and Dynamics: Essays in Honour of David Gale (1992) (21)
- Large cardinal axioms and independence: The continuum problem revisited (1994) (18)
- A Phenomenon in the Theory of Sorting (1970) (17)
- On the Interest Rate Theorems of Malinvaud and Starrett (1975) (16)
- How to Solve Linear Inequalities (1969) (15)
- An algorithm for a piecewise linear model of trade and production with negative prices and bankruptcy (1979) (15)
- Arbitrage and Growth Rate for Riskless Investments in a Stationary Economy (1997) (14)
- An Indeterminate Problem in Classical Mechanics (1952) (13)
- Mathematical entertainments (1996) (13)
- A note on polynomial and separable games (1958) (12)
- On optimal distribution of output from a jointly owned resource (1982) (12)
- The Classification of 1-Manifolds: A Take-Home Exam (1987) (12)
- Fair Division of a Random Harvest. (1977) (11)
- A note on the multiple partners assignment game (2010) (10)
- 5. INFORMATION IN GAMES WITH FINITE RESOURCES (1958) (10)
- 7. ON SYMMETRIC GAMES (1951) (10)
- On Equilibrium Growth of Dynamic Economic Models. (1971) (8)
- OPTIMAL PROGRAMS FOR SEQUENTIAL INVESTMENTS (1944) (8)
- On the Solutions of the Positive Semi-Definite Complementarity Problem. (1975) (8)
- The truth and nothing but the truth (1989) (8)
- Subalgebras of an algebra with a single generator are finitely generated (1957) (7)
- Mathematical entertainments (1995) (7)
- On the Theory of Interest. (1973) (7)
- The basic theorems of real linear equations, inequalities, linear programming, and game theory (1956) (7)
- Fair Division of a Random Harvest: The Finite Case (1979) (6)
- A Note on the Nonexistence of Optimal Price Vectors in the General Balanced-Growth Model of Gale: Comment (1972) (5)
- Games people do not play (1993) (5)
- The Malinvaud Eigenvalue Lemma: Correction and Amplification (1976) (5)
- A Short Proof of Cass' Theorem on Capital Overaccumulation. (1974) (4)
- Tone Perception and Decomposition of Periodic Functions (1979) (4)
- ON EQUILIBRIUM FOR A MULTI-SECTOR MODEL OF INCOME PROPAGATION. (1964) (4)
- Mathematical entertainments (1994) (4)
- Elementary Problems: E2468-E2473 (1974) (4)
- Mathematical entertainments (1993) (3)
- OPTIMAL PROGRAMS FOR A MULTI-SECTOR ECONOMY WITH AN INFINITE TIME HORIZON. (1965) (3)
- On optimal operation of a jointly owned enterprise (1982) (3)
- Unique reducibility of subsets of commutative topological groups and semigroups. (1975) (3)
- Topological games at Princeton, a mathematical memoir (2009) (3)
- Correction to " On Optimal Development in a Multi-Sector Economy' (1971) (3)
- Piecewise linear exchange equilibrium (1977) (3)
- Review: V. L. Makarov and A. M. Rubinov, Mathematical theory of economic dynamics and equilibria (1978) (2)
- The Non-Messing-Up Theorem, (1971) (2)
- Games people play (1993) (2)
- A Complementarity Algorithm for Optimal Stationary Programs in Growth Models with Quadratic Utility. (1981) (2)
- Comments on "Solution of the quota problem by a successive-reduction method.". (1958) (2)
- A canonical basis algorithm (93-1) (1993) (2)
- Mathematical entertainments (1991) (2)
- Mathematical entertainments (1993) (2)
- Fair Allocation of Indivisible Goods and Money and Criteria of Justice (1991) (2)
- TRANSIENT FLOWS IN NETWORKS (REVISED EDITION) (1958) (2)
- Mathematical Entertainments (1995) (1)
- Problems for Solution: E1021-E1025 (1952) (1)
- Triangles and Proofs (1998) (1)
- The Sun, the Moon, and Mathematics (1998) (1)
- Teaching Integration by Substitution (1994) (1)
- Mathematical entertainments (1996) (1)
- Six Variations on the Variational Method (1998) (1)
- Privacy-Preserving Protocols (1998) (1)
- Simple Sequences with Puzzling Properties (1998) (1)
- Dynamic Behavior of a Simple Neoclassical Model with Inside Money. (1976) (1)
- 8. REDUCTIONS OP GAME MATRICES (1951) (1)
- Two Remarks on the Mendelsohn-Dulmage Theorem (1982) (1)
- Games people could play (1993) (1)
- SOME MODELS OF STEADY STATE DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM (1969) (1)
- Mathematical entertainments (1992) (0)
- Mathematical Entertainments (1992) (0)
- The Maximum Expression of Being Human. (1997) (0)
- Thoughts Less Mathematics (1993) (0)
- Stable Figures in Flatland with Gravity: 10379 (1998) (0)
- Egyptian Rope, Japanese Paper, and High School Math (1998) (0)
- Solutions of Spherical Inequalities. (1979) (0)
- Triangles and Computers (1998) (0)
- Problems for Solution: 4917-4922 (1960) (0)
- Equilibrium Under Moral Hazard (1983) (0)
- Pop Math and Protocols (1998) (0)
- Coin Weighing: Square Squaring (1998) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1996) (0)
- An old story in a contemporary setting (1993) (0)
- Malinvaud's Lemma and the Theory of Interest. (1972) (0)
- Problems for Solution: 4965-4970 (1961) (0)
- ON INSCRIBING «-DIMENSIONAL SETS IN A REGULAR »-SIMPLEX (2010) (0)
- PRICE EQUILIBRIUM FOR INFINITE HORIZON ECONOMIC MODELS (1969) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1994) (0)
- 4PAi(A) =PBjX) (i- 1, ', n), then PA(X) and 4p(X) differ by a constant. (2016) (0)
- Dynamic behavior of a simple neoclassical model with wealth and capital unequal (1977) (0)
- On the Structure of Steady State Trade Equilibrium (1971) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1994) (0)
- Products of two cycles (91-6), by column editor (These are three problems in one: a quickie, a (1993) (0)
- The Automatic Ant: Compassless Constructions (1998) (0)
- Linear Programming and the Simplex Method, Volume 54, Number 3 (2007) (0)
- More Paradoxes. Knowledge Games (1998) (0)
- A Pattern Problem, A Probability Paradox, and A Pretty Proof (1998) (0)
- On Long Run Trade Imbalance (1972) (0)
- Hundreds of New Theorems in a Two-Thousand-Year-Old Subject: Where Will It End? (1998) (0)
- Tiling a Torus: Cutting a Cake (1998) (0)
- The Return of the Ant and the Jeep (1998) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1995) (0)
- Problems for Solution: 4395-4399 (1950) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1991) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1993) (0)
- ON THE RANK OF A CERTAIN SET OF EQUATIONS (1958) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1991) (0)
- Mathematical entertainments (1996) (0)
- In Praise of Numberlessness (1998) (0)
- Correction to "The Jeep Once More or Jeeper by the Dozen" (1971) (0)
- Games: Real, Complex, Imaginary (1998) (0)
- Problems for Solution: 4923-4928 (1960) (0)
- Historic Conjectures: More Sequence Mysteries (1998) (0)
- Correction to “the Jeep Once More or Jeeper by the Dozen” (1971) (0)
- The Shoelace Problem (1998) (0)

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