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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
417 Elizabeth Boyle and Zur Shapira The Perils of Betting to Win: Aspiration and Survival in Jeopardy! Tournament of the Champions (revision of Discussion Paper #331) (03/2006)

Behavior in competitive situations requires decision makers to evaluate their own as well as...

301 Larry Goldstein & Yosef Rinott A permutation test for matching (10/2002) Published as "A Permutation test for matching and its asymptotic distribution", Metron 61 (2003)

We consider a permutation method for testing whether observations given in their natural pairing...

505 Eyal Winter Incentive Reversal (02/2009)

By incentive reversal we refer to situations in which an increase of rewards for all agents...

38 Murali Agastya An Evolutionary Bargaining Model (12/1993) (revised in DP #61)

Varying quantities of a single good can be produced using at least two and at most n factors of...

381 Liad Blumrosen and Noam Nisan On the Computational Power of Iterative Auctions I: Demand Queries (02/2005)

We study the computational power and limitations of iterative combinatorial auctions. Most...

591 Todd R. Kaplan and Shmuel Zamir Multiple Equilibria in Asymmetric First-Price Auctions (11/2011)

Maskin and Riley (2003) and Lebrun (2006) prove that the Bayes-Nash equilibrium of first-price...

124 Sergiu Hart & Yair Tauman Market Crashes without External Shocks [Revised] (12/1996) Journal of Business 77 (2004), 1-8

It is shown here that market crashes and bubbles can arise without external shocks. Sudden...

471 Ehud Guttel The (Hidden) Risk of Opportunistic Precautions (12/2007) Virginia Law Review 93 (2007), 1389-1435

Under the conventional tort law paradigm, a tortfeasor behaves unreasonably when two conditions...

210 David Assaf & Ester Samuel-Cahn Prophet Inequalities for Optimal Stopping Rules with Probabilistic Recall (02/2000) Bernoulli 8 (2002), 39-52

Let X_i,i=1,...,n be independent random variables, and 1>=p_1 >=...>=p_n-1 >=0, and...

554 Eytan Sheshinski Limits on Individual Choice (06/2010)

Individuals behave with choice probabilities defined by a multinomial logit (MNL) probability...

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