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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
115 Dean P. Foster & H. Peyton Young Learning with Hazy Beliefs (09/1996) Published as: "Learning, Hypothesis Testing, and Nash Equilibrium", Games and Economic Behavior 25 (2003), 73-96.

Players are rational if they always choose best replies given their beliefs. They are good...

32 Cristina Bicchieri Counterfactuals, Belief Changes, and Equilibrium Refinements (09/1993) Philosophical Topics 21 (1993), 21-52

The literature on Nash equilibrium refinements provides several ways to check the stability of a...

489 Alon Harel and Tsvi Kahana The Easy Core Case for Judicial Review (09/2008)

This paper defends judicial review on the grounds that judicial review is necessary for...

201 Bezalel Peleg & Peter Sudholter Single-Peakedness and Coalition-Proofness (08/1999) Review of Economic Design 4 (1999), 381-387

We prove that multidimensional generalized median voter schemes are coalition-proof.

164 Yaacov Z. Bergman General Restrictions on Prices of Financial Derivatives Written on Underlying Diffusions (01/1998)

It is shown that in any diffusive one-factor model of the term structure, the prices of bonds...

81 Daniel Granot & Michael Maschler The Reactive Bargaining Set: Structure, Dynamics and Extension to NTU Games (08/1995) International Journal of Game Theory 26 (1997) 75-95.

The reactive bargaining set (Granot [1994]) is the set of outcomes for which no justified...

494 Yehoram Leshem, Tamar Keasar and Avi Shmida Female-biased nectar production in the protandrous, hermaphroditic shrub Salvia hierosolymitana: possible reasons and consequences (12/2008)

Sexual selection theory states that male reproductive success is commonly limited by...

368 Ehud Guttel and Alon Harel Probability Matching and the Law: A Behavioral Challenge to Law & Economics (07/2004)

Contrary to the conventional assumption that individuals maximize payoffs, robust experimental...

576 Asael Y. Sklar & Ran R. Hassin Unseen But not Unsolved: Doing Arithmetic Non-Consciously (06/2011)

The modal view in the cognitive sciences holds that consciousness is necessary for abstract,...

456 Jean-Francois Mertens, Abraham Neyman and Dinah Rosenberg Absorbing Games with Compact Action Spaces (07/2007)

We prove that games with absorbing states with compact action sets have a value.