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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
667 Yannai A. Gonczarowski, Noam Nisan A Stable Marriage Requires Communication (06/2014)

The Gale-Shapely algorithm for the Stable Marriage Problem is known to take \Theta(n^2) steps to...

630 Sergiu Hart, Philip J. Reny Maximal Revenue with Multiple Goods: Nonmonotonicity and Other Observations (11/2012) Thoretical economics

Consider the problem of maximizing the revenue from selling a number of goods to a single buyer...

714 Maya Bar-Hillel, Tom Noah, Shane Frederick Learning psychology from riddles: The case of stumpers (02/2018) Judgment and Decision Making 13.1 (2018): 112.

Riddles can teach us psychology when we stop to consider the psychological principles that make...

684 Sergiu Hart, Ilan Kremer, Motty Perry Evidence Games: Truth and Commitment (05/2015)

An evidence game is a strategic disclosure game in which an agent who has different pieces of...

646 Edy Glozman, Netta Barak-Corren, Ilan Yaniv False negotiations: The art & science of not reaching an agreement (09/2013) forthcoming in Journal of conflict Resolution

The usual purpose of negotiations is to explore options and reach an agreement, if possible. We...

651 Ron Aboodi Why Good People Reevaluate Underived Moral Beliefs? (11/2013)

Are good people motivated to behave in accordance the moral truth whatever it is? Michael Smith...

659 Gilad Bavly , Abraham Neyman Online Concealed Correlation and Bounded Rationality (02/2014)

Correlation of players' actions may evolve in the common course of the play of a repeated...

623 Omer Edhan Continuous Values of Market Games are Conic (08/2012)

We prove that every continuous value on a space of vector measure market games $Q$, containing...

709 Johannes Müller-Trede, Shoham Choshen-Hillel, Meir Barneron, Ilan Yaniv The Wisdom of Crowds in Matters of Taste (06/2017)

Decision makers can often improve the accuracy of their judgments on factual matters by...

678 Maya Bar-Hillel Position Effects in Choice from Simultaneous Displays: A Conundrum Solved (01/2015) Perspectives on Psychological Science 2015, Vol. 10(4), p. 419–433.

From drop-down computer menus to department-store aisles, people in everyday life often choose...

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