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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published in Abstract Paper
686 Yonatan Aumann A conceptual foundation for the theory of risk aversion (06/2015)

Classically, risk aversion is equated with concavity of the utility function. In this work we...

685 Uri Weiss The Robber Wants To Be Punished (05/2015)

It is a commonly held intuition that increasing punishment leads to less crime. Let's move...

684 Sergiu Hart, Ilan Kremer, Motty Perry Evidence Games: Truth and Commitment (05/2015)

An evidence game is a strategic disclosure game in which an agent who has different pieces of...

683 Omer Edhan, Ziv Hellman, Dana Sherill-Rofe Sex And Portfolio Investment (04/2015)

We attempt to answer why sex is nearly ubiquitous when asexual reproduction is ostensibly more...

682 Tomer Siedner Risk of Monetary Gambles: An Axiomatic Approach (04/2015)

In this work we present five axioms for a risk-order relation defined over (monetary) gambles....

681 Bezalel Peleg, Peter Sudholter On Bargaining Sets of Convex NTU Games (04/2015) IGTR's Volume 17, Issue 4, Pages 1-7.

We show that the Aumann-Davis-Maschler bargaining set and the Mas-Colell bargaining set of a non...

680 Hanan Shteingart , Yonatan Loewenstein The Effect of Sample Size and Cognitive Strategy on Probability Estimation Bias (02/2015)

Probability estimation is an essential cognitive function in perception, motor control, and...

679 Elon Kohlberg, Abraham Neyman The Cooperative Solution of Stochastic Games (02/2015)

Building on the work of Nash, Harsanyi, and Shapley, we define a cooperative solution for...

678 Maya Bar-Hillel Position Effects in Choice from Simultaneous Displays: A Conundrum Solved (01/2015) Perspectives on Psychological Science 2015, Vol. 10(4), p. 419–433.

From drop-down computer menus to department-store aisles, people in everyday life often choose...

677 Barry O'Neill Networks of Rights in Conflict: A Talmudic Example (12/2014)

Many disputes involve conflicts of rights. A common view is that rights cannot really be in...

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