A selection of press articles, interviews & talks covering the
IG Nobel prize 2010 for Management given to
Alessandro Pluchino , Andrea Rapisarda and Cesare Garofalo
for demonstrating mathematically that organizations would become more
efficient if they promoted people at random.
Here for the original paper -- here further links and supplementary material
New paper on Efficient Parliament and randomly selected politicians - Physica A 390 (2011) 3944
New paper on Efficient random strategies Physica A 390 (2011) 3496
The Official video of the XX IG Nobel prize ceremony
Our IG Nobel photo album
A real successful experiment: the case of Ricardo Semler and his SEMCO company
Talk at Swedish TV
Pour la Science ed (9/11)
Paper by J-P. Delahaye
L. Kellaway's Editorial
Telecolor Buongiorno Sicilia
La Gazzetta del mezzogiorno
(News in English)
Click here for a website where you can find several examples (around the world) where lotteries have been used with success, - mantained by Conall Boyle
*The star indicates a very interesting article/interview
In 2000 the IG Nobel prize was assigned to Andrey Geim and Michael Berry
for an experiment on the levitation of a frog....
See here Michael Berry's page on his IG Nobel prize
Andrey Geim won this year also the Nobel Prize for Physics
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