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Number  Authour(s)  Title  Date  Published in  Abstract  Paper 

447  Daniel Lehmann  Quantic Superpositions and the Geometry of Complex Hilbert Spaces  (02/2007) 
The concept of a superposition is a revolutionary novelty introduced by Quantum Mechanics. If a... 
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216  Amotz Cahn  General Procedures Leading to Correlated Equilibria  (05/2000)  International Journal of Game Theory 33 (2004), 2140 
Hart and MasColell (2000) show that if all players play "regret matching" strategies, i.e. they... 
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418  Gil Kalai  Science, Beliefs and Knowledge: A Personal Reflection on Robert J. Aumann’s Approach  (04/2006) 
On the occasion of Robert J. Aumann's being awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Economics, this... 
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302  Bruno Bassan, Yosef Rinott & Yehuda Vardi  On stochastic comparisons of excess times  (10/2002) 
A stationary renewal process based on iid random variables Xi is observed at a given time. The... 
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82  Abraham Neyman & Sylvain Sorin  Equilibria in Repeated Games of Incomplete Information: The Deterministic Symmetric Case  (07/1995)  In T. Parthasaraty et al. (eds.) GameTheoretic Applications to Economics and Operations Research ( ) Kluwer Academic Press 
Every two person game of incomplete information in which the information to both players is... 

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), 93108.  dp145.pdf  
506  Eric D. Gould and Eyal Winter  Interactions Between Workers and the Technology of Production: Evidence from Professional Baseball  (02/2009)  The Review of Economics and Statistics 91(1), 188–200. 
This paper shows that workers can affect the productivity of their coworkers based on income... 
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382  Liad Blumrosen and Noam Nisan  On the Computational Power of Iterative Auctions II: Ascending Auctions  (02/2005) 
We embark on a systematic analysis of the power and limitations of iterative ascendingprice... 
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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), 407435 
Harsh sanctions are conventionally assumed to primarily benefit vulnerable targets. Contrary to... 
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184  Gary Bornstein & Uri Gneezy  Price Competition Between Teams  (09/1998)  Experimental Economics 5 (2002), 2938. 
Economic agents (e.g., firms, corporations) are often treated as unitary players. The internal... 
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