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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
273 Cass R. Sunstein, Daniel Kahneman, David Schkade & Ilana Ritov Predictably Incoherent Judgements (09/2001) Stanford Law Review 54 (2002), 1153-1216

When people make moral or legal judgments in isolation, they produce a pattern of outcomes that...

96 Gary Bornstein, David Budescu & Shmuel Zamir Cooperation in Intergroup, n-Person and Two-Person Games of Chicken (01/1996) Journal of Conflict Resolution 41 (1997), 384-406

This paper introduces a new team game where players are engaged in simultaneous games of Chicken...

353 Zvika Neeman, M. Daniele Paserman and Avi Simhon Corruption and Openness (03/2004)

We report an intriguing empirical observation. The relationship between corruption and output...

234 Sergiu Hart Values of Perfectly Competitive Economies (01/2001) In R. J. Aumann & S. Hart (eds.) Handbook of Game Theory, with Economic Applications. (2002) Vol. III, Ch. 57, Elsevier/North-Holland

This chapter is devoted to the study of economic models with many agents, each of whom is...

58 Ezra Einy, Ron Holzman & Benyamin Shitovitz Core and Stable Sets of Large Games Arising in Economics (11/1994) Journal of Economic Theory 68 (1996), 200-211

It is shown that the core of a non-atomic glove-market game which is defined as the minimum of...

436 Yaakov Kareev and Judith Avrahami Choosing Between Adaptive Agents: Some Unexpected Implications of Level of Scrutiny (10/2006)

Even with ample time and data at their disposal, people often make do with small samples, which...

318 Paul Schweinzer Dissolving a Common Value Partnership in a Repeated 'queto' Game (05/2003)

We analyse a common value, alternating ascending bid, first price auction as a repeated game of...

145 Elon Kohlberg & Abraham Neyman A Strong Law of Large Numbers for Nonexpansive Vector Valued Stochastic Processes (05/1997) Israel Journal of Mathematics 111 (1999), 93-108.
524 Itai Arieli and Yehuda (John) Levy Infinite Sequential Games with Perfect but Incomplete Information (11/2009)

Infinite sequential games, in which Nature chooses a Borel winning set and reveals it to one of...

400 Gil Kalai Thoughts on Noise and Quantum Computation (08/2005)

 We will try to explore, primarily from the complexity-theoretic point of view, limitations of...

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