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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
61 Murali Agastya An Evolutionary Bargaining Model (revision of Discussion Paper #38) (12/1994)

A non-negative function f defined on the class of subsets of a finite set of factors of...

321 Thierry Foucault, Ohad Kadan & Eugene Kandel Limit Order Book as a Market for Liquidity (06/2003)

We develop a dynamic model of an order-driven market populated by discretionary liquidity...

415 Barry O'Neill and Bezalel Peleg Lexicographic Composition of Simple Games (02/2006) Games and Economic Behavior 62 (2008), 628-642

A two-house legislature can often be modelled as a proper simple game whose outcome depends on...

503 Ein-Ya Gura Insights into Game Theory: An Alternative Mathematical Experience (02/2009) Quaderni di Ricerca in Didattica 19 (2009), 172-183 (G.R.I.M. Department of Mathematics, University of Palermo, Italy)

Few branches of mathematics have been more influential in the social sciences than game theory....

119 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro & Avi Shmida Exploration Effort in Foraging Bees Is Enhanced by Clustering of Food Resources (11/1996)

Foraging can be viewed as a dual activity: a food-collection process, and an exploration process...

379 Ruth Gavison The Neve-Shalom/Wahat-Al-Salam School: An Island of Coexistence in a Sea of Conflict (02/2005)

These two papers (one in English and one in Hebrew) describe the unique educational experience...

205 Ori Haimanko Cost Sharing: The Nondifferentiable Case (09/1999) Journal of Mathematical Economics 35 (2001), 445-462.

We show existence and uniqueness of cost allocating mechanisms, satisfying standard axioms, on...

588 Amitav Chakravarti, Christina Fang, and Zur Shapira Detecting and Reacting to Change: The Effect of Exposure to Narrow Categorizations (08/2011) Journal of Experimental Psychology Learning, Memory, and Cognition

The ability to detect a change, to accurately assess the magnitude of the change, and to react...

29 Maya Bar-Hillel & David Budescu The Elusive Wishful Thinking Effect (07/1993) Thinking and Reasoning 1 (1995), 71-104

We define a desirability effect as the inflation of the judged probability of desirable events...

469 Abba M. Krieger , Moshe Pollak and Ester Samuel-Cahn Beat the Mean: Better the Average (11/2007) Journal of Applied Probability 45 (2008), 244-259

We consider a sequential rule, where an item is chosen into the group, such as a university...

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