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The ”prisoner’s dilemma” is a standard example in game theory. In it, two criminals can each betray the other to gain their freedom while increasing the other’s sentence, or stay silent to reduce both sentences. If each betrays the other, their sentences will remain the same.
Drapers explores the rise of try before you buy initiatives across the retail industry and examines whether the latest payment trend will bolster sales or hit the bottom line.