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237 Itzhak Venezia, Dan Galai & Zur Shapira Exclusive vs. Independent Agents: A Separating Equilibrium Approach (02/2001) Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 40 (1999), 443-456.

We provide a separating equilibrium explanation for the existence of the independent insurance...

439 Rachel Arnon, Tamar Keasar, Dan Cohen and Avi Shmida Vertical Orientation and Color Contrast and Choices by Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris L.) (12/2006)

The vertical inflorescences of several plant species are terminated by colorful bracts, which...

60 Gonni Orshan Non-Symmetric Prekernels (12/1994)

A "symmetry" property, either in the version of "equal treatment" or in the version of "...

321 Thierry Foucault, Ohad Kadan & Eugene Kandel Limit Order Book as a Market for Liquidity (06/2003)

We develop a dynamic model of an order-driven market populated by discretionary liquidity...

527 Bezalel Peleg and Shmuel Zamir On Bayesian-Nash Equilibria Satisfying the Condorcet Jury Theorem: The Dependent Case (12/2009) Forthcoming in Social Choice and Welfare

We investigate sufficient conditions for the existence of Bayesian-Nash equilibria that satisfy...

403 Eytan Sheshinski Longevity and Aggregate Savings (09/2005)

For the last fifty years, countries in Asia and elsewhere witnessed a surge in aggregate savings...

119 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro & Avi Shmida Exploration Effort in Foraging Bees Is Enhanced by Clustering of Food Resources (11/1996)

Foraging can be viewed as a dual activity: a food-collection process, and an exploration process...

205 Ori Haimanko Cost Sharing: The Nondifferentiable Case (09/1999) Journal of Mathematical Economics 35 (2001), 445-462.

We show existence and uniqueness of cost allocating mechanisms, satisfying standard axioms, on...

408 Shahar Dobzinski, Noam Nisan and Michael Schapira Truthful Randomized Mechanisms for Combinatorial Auctions (11/2005)

We design two computationally-efficient incentive-compatible mechanisms for combinatorial...

28 Alon Harel Efficiency and Fairness in Criminal Law: The Case for a Criminal Law Doctrine of Comparative Fault (06/1993) California Law Review 82 (1994), 1181-1222

Criminal law is traditionally described as directing its injunctions exclusively to actual or...

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