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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
21 Motty Perry & Philip J. Reny A Noncooperative View of Coalition Formation and the Core (11/1992) Econometrica 62 (1994), 795-818

Much of the core's appeal stems from the intuitive and natural story behind it, the story that...

357 Flavio Toxvaerd A Theory of Optimal Deadlines (05/2004)

This paper sets forth a model of contracting for delivery in an environment with time to build...

107 Igal Milchtaich On Backward Induction Paths and Pure Strategy Nash Equilibria of Congestion Games (06/1996) Published as: "Crowding Games are Sequentially Solvable", International Journal of Game Theory 27 (1998), 501-509

In this note, a congestion game is a noncooperative normal-form game in which the players share...

440 Irit Nowik, Idan Segev and Shmuel Zamir Games in the Nervous System: The Game Motoneurons Play (12/2006)

Game theory is usually applied to biology through evolutionary games. However, many competitive...

322 Nitai Bergman and Yaacov Bergman Ecologies of Preferences with Envy as an Antidote to Risk-Aversion in Bargaining (06/2003)

Models have been put forward recently that seem to be successful in explaining apparently...

193 Oscar Volij Utility Equivalence in Sealed Bid Auctions and the Dual Theory of Choice Under Risk (03/1999)

This paper analyzes symmetric, single item auctions in the private values framework, with buyers...

528 Gary Bornstein and Ori Weisel Punishment, Cooperation, and Cheater Detection in (12/2009) Games 1 (1) (2010)

Explaining human cooperation in large groups of non-kin is a major challenge to both rational...

70 Jean-Francois Mertens & Shmuel Zamir Incomplete Information Games and the Normal Distribution (02/1995)

We consider a repeated two-person zero-sum game in which the payoffs in the stage game are given...

404 Bezalel Peleg and Hans Peters Nash Consistent Representation of Effectivity Functions through Lottery Models (09/2005) Games and Economic Behavior 65 (2009), 503-515.

Effectivity functions for finitely many players and alternatives are considered. It is shown...

156 Bezalel Peleg Almost All Equilibria in Dominant Strategies are Coalition-Proof (09/1997) Economics Letters 60 (1998), 157-162

Almost all equilibria in dominant strategies of finite strategic games are coalition-proof.

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