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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
501 Aron Matskin and Daniel Lehmann General Matching: Lattice Structure of the Set of Agreements (01/2009)

The subset agreement problem generalizes all forms of two-sided matching. Two agents need to...

92 Theo S. H. Driessen Tree Enterprises and Bankruptcy Ventures: A Game-Theoretic Similarity Due to a Graph-Theoretic Proof (01/1996) Discrete Applied Mathematics 79 (1997), 105-117

In a tree enterprise, users reside at the nodes of the tree and their aim is to connect...

466 Ariel D. Procaccia, Michal Feldmany and Jeffrey S. Rosenschein Approximability and Inapproximability of Dodgson and Young Elections (10/2007)

The voting rules proposed by Dodgson and Young are both designed to find the candidate closest...

178 Cass R. Sunstein & Edna Ullmann-Margalit Second-Order Decisions (07/1998) Ethics 110 (1999), 5-31.

People are often reluctant to make decisions by calculating the costs and benefits of...

54 Jinpeng Ma Infinitely Repeated Rental Model with Incomplete Information (06/1994) Economics Letters 49 (1995), 261-266.

In an infinitely repeated rental model with two types of buyer and no discounting, the set of...

263 Igal Milchtaich & Eyal Winter Stability and Segregation in Group Formation (08/2001) Games and Economic Behavior 38 (2002), 318-346.

This paper presents a model of group formation based on the assumption that individuals prefer...

141 Robert S. Simon The Difference between Common Knowledge of Formulas and Sets (05/1997) International Journal of Game Theory 28 (1999), 367-384.

This article concerns the interactive model propositional calculus, using the multi-agent...

345 Yair Goldberg On the Minmax of Repeated Games with Imperfect Monitoring: A Computational Example (12/2003)

The minmax in repeated games with imperfect monitoring can differ from the minmax of those games...

226 Tamar Keasar, Ella Rashkovich, Dan Cohen & Avi Shmida Foraging bees in two-armed bandit situations: laboratory experiments and possible decision rules (10/2000) Behavioral Ecology 13 (2002), 757-765

In multi-armed bandit situations, gamblers must choose repeatedly between options that differ in...

428 Robert J. Aumann War and Peace (08/2006) Les Prix Nobel 2005 (forthcoming)

Nobel Lecture.

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