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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
319 Tamar Kugler, Zvika Neeman, Nir Vulkan Markets Versus Negotiations: An Experimental Investigation (06/2003) Economic Behavior 56 (2006), 121-134

We consider the consequences of competition between two types of experimental exchange...

525 Bernhard von Stengel and Shmuel Zamir Leadership Games with Convex Strategy Sets (11/2009)

A basic model of commitment is to convert a two-player game in strategic form to a “leadership...

401 Alon Harel and Alon Klement The Economics of Shame: Why More Shaming may Deter Less (08/2005)

This paper investigates the effectiveness of shaming penalties. It establishes that there may be...

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

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

117 Michael Landsberger, Jacob Rubinstein, Elmar Wolfstetter & Shmuel Zamir First-Price Auctions When the Ranking of Valutions Is Common Knowledge (09/1996) Review of Economic Design 6 (2001), 461-480

We consider an augmented version of the symmetric private value auction model with independent...

203 David Assaf & Ester Samuel-Cahn Simple Ratio Prophet Inequalities for a Statistician with Multiple Choices (08/1999) Journal of Applied Probability 37 (2000) 1084-1091

Let X_i>=0 be independent, i=1,...,n, with known distributions and let X^*_n=max(X_1,...,X_n...

406 Ilan Yaniv and Michal Sagi On Not Wanting to Know and Not Wanting to Inform Others: Choices Regarding Predictive Genetic Testing (09/2005) Risk Decision and Policy 9 (2004), 317- 336

Recent advancement in genetics testing for late-onset diseases raises fundamental decision...

289 Edna Ullmann-Margalit Trust Out of Distrust (05/2002) The Journal of Philosophy 99 (2002), 532-548

The paper aims to establish the possibility of trust from within a Hobbesian framework. It shows...

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function of each player is bounded and continuous. We prove that in this class of games the...

370 Maya Bar-Hillel, David Budescu and Yigal Attali Scoring and Keying Multiple Choice Tests: A Case Study in Irrationality (09/2004) Mind and Society 4 (2005), 3-12

We offer a case-study in irrationality, showing that even in a high stakes, deliberate context,...

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