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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
472 Ehud Guttel and Barak Medina Less Crime, More (Vulnerable) Victims: Game Theory and the Distributional Effects of Criminal Sanctions (12/2007) Review of Law & Economics 3 (2007), 407-435

Harsh sanctions are conventionally assumed to primarily benefit vulnerable targets. Contrary to...

558 Jay Bartroff and Ester Samuel-Cahn The Fighter Problem: Optimal Allocation of a Discrete Commodity (07/2010) Advances in Applied Probability, (2011), vol. 43, 121-130.

The Fighter problem with discrete ammunition is studied. An aircraft (fighter) equipped with n...

20 Maya Bar-Hillel & Efrat Neter How Alike Is It Versus How Likely Is It: A Disjunction Fallacy in Probability Judgments (11/1992) Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 65 (1993), 1119-1132

Formally, a conjunction fallacy and a disjunction fallacy cannot be distinguished. Both consist...

198 Anna B. Khmelnitskaya Social welfare orderings for different subgroup utility scales (06/1999) Mathematical Social Sciences

This paper characterizes social welfare orderings for different scales of individual utility...

241 Pradeep Dubey, John Geanakoplos & Martin Shubik Default and Punishment in General Equilibrium (05/2001)

We extend the standard model of general equilibrium with incomplete markets to allow for default...

143 Edna Ullmann-Margalit The Invisible Hand and the Cunning of Reason (05/1997) Social Research 64 (1997), 181-198

This paper traces the ideological career of the notion of the invisible hand, from the 18th...

325 Noam Bar-shai, Rana Samuels, Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro and Avi Shmida Flight Durations in Bumblebees under Manipulation of Feeding Choices (07/2003) Journal of Insect Behavior 17 (2004), 155-168

Foraging bees spend less time flying between flowers of the same species than when flying...

483 Andriy Zapechelnyuk and Ro'i Zultan Altruism, Partner Choice, and Fixed-Cost Signaling (05/2008)

We consider a multitype population model with unobservable types, in which players are engaged...

568 David Azriel, Micha Mandel, and Yosef Rinott On optimal allocation in binary response trials; is adaptive design really necessary? (03/2011)

We consider the classical problem of selecting the best of two treatments in clinical trials ...

491 Tamar Keasar, Avi Shmida and Asaph Zylbertal Pollination ecology of the red Anemone coronaria (Ranunculaceae): honeybees may select for early flowering (11/2008)

Large red bowl-shaped flowers characterize the Mediterranean “poppy guild” plants, andwere...

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