University of Chicago Law Review
Professor Picker contemplates his own agent-based computer simulation game-SimLaw 2011. He uses this vehicle to describe how "organized decision making" may differ substantially from individualized decision making. The simulations are available on the Internet, and the article is best read with access to a computer. Then he analyzes the consequences that organized decision making may have on future decisions made by our biggest organization-the government.
Randal C. Picker, "Security Interests, Misbehavior, and Common Pools," 59 University of Chicago Law Review 645 (1992).