|706||ABRAHAM NEYMAN , ELON KOHLBERG||COOPERATIVE STRATEGIC GAMES||(02/2017)||
We examine a solution concept, called the “value,” for n-person strategic games.
|705||Shira Cohen-Zimerman, Ran R. Hassin||Implicit Motivation Makes the Brain Grow Younger: Improving Executive Functions of Older Adults||(01/2017)||
The dominant view of cognitive aging holds that while controlled processes (e.g., working memory...
|704||SOPHIE BADE , YANNAI A. GONCZAROWSKI||GIBBARD-SATTERTHWAITE SUCCESS STORIES AND OBVIOUS STRATEGYPROOFNESS||(10/2016)||
The Gibbard-Satterthwaite Impossibility Theorem (Gibbard, 1973; Satterthwaite, 1975) holds that...
|703||Bezalel Peleg, Shmuel Zamir||Sequential aggregation judgments: Logical derivation of relevance relation||(09/2016)||
Following Dietrich (2014) we consider using choice by plurality voting (CPV) as a judgment...
|702||Ohad Navon||Evolutionarily Stable Strategies of Random Games and the Facets of Random Polytopes||(09/2016)||
An evolutionarily stable strategy (ESS) is an equilibrium strategy that is immune to invasions...
|701||Hanan Shteingart, Yonatan Loewenstein||Heterogeneous Suppression of Sequential Effects in Random Sequence Generation, but not in Operant Learning||(09/2016)||
<p>There is a long history of experiments, in which participantsare instructed to generate...
|700||Ilan Nehama||Analyzing Games with Ambiguous Player Types Using the MINthenMAX Decision Model||(08/2016)||
In many common interactive scenarios, participants lack information about other participants,...
|699||Maya Bar-Hillel||Reply to Rodway, Schepman & Thoma (2016)||(04/2016)||dp699.pdf|
|698||Uriel Procaccia||Corporate Bill of Rights||(03/2016)||
Abstract: Corporate entities enjoy legal subjectivity in a variety of forms, but they are not...
|697||Uriel Procaccia, Eyal Winter||Corporate Crime and Plea Bargains||(03/2016)||
Corporate entities enjoy legal subjectivity in a variety of forms, but they are not human beings...