This seems to be in a similar category to Game Theory, but perhaps you're placing an emphasis on cooperation-first, whereas my impression of Game Theory is that cooperation is a strategy that exists within a wider context of optimization for the outcome of 'my' side.

How would Coordination Schemes surpass the strategies that have been already found and explored by Game Theory? In part of your piece it seems like you would like to reach a place where all sides have perfect knowledge of how to negotiate/coordinate for maximum value to all sides. Many times there isn't an environment of perfect cooperation, and thus perfect knowledge isn't feasible. What say ye?

This seems to be in a similar category to Game Theory, but perhaps you're placing an emphasis on cooperation-first, whereas my impression of Game Theory is that cooperation is a strategy that exists within a wider context of optimization for the outcome of 'my' side.

How would Coordination Schemes surpass the strategies that have been already found and explored by Game Theory? In part of your piece it seems like you would like to reach a place where all sides have perfect knowledge of how to negotiate/coordinate for maximum value to all sides. Many times there isn't an environment of perfect cooperation, and thus perfect knowledge isn't feasible. What say ye?