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439 Rachel Arnon, Tamar Keasar, Dan Cohen and Avi Shmida Vertical Orientation and Color Contrast and Choices by Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris L.) (12/2006)

The vertical inflorescences of several plant species are terminated by colorful bracts, which...

64 Jacob Glazer & Motty Perry Virtual Implementation in Backwards Induction (12/1994) Games and Economic Behavior 15 (1996), 27-32

We examine a sequential mechanism which is a simple modification of the normal form mechanism...

49 Eyal Winter Voting and Vetoing (06/1994) American Political Science Review 90 (1996), 813-823

The consequences of veto power in committees is analyzed using the approach of non-cooperative...

170 Salvador Barbera, Michael Maschler & Jonathan Shalev Voting for Voters: A Model of Electoral Evolution (04/1998)

We model the decision problems faced by the members of societies whose new members are...

218 Daniel Granot, Michael Maschler & Jonathan Shalev Voting for Voters: The Unanimity Case (05/2000) International Journal of Game Theory 31 (2003), 155-202.

We present a simplified model of the evolution of a society which is regulated by a formal...

428 Robert J. Aumann War and Peace (08/2006) Les Prix Nobel 2005 (forthcoming)

Nobel Lecture.

585 Maya Bar-Hillel , Ro`i Zultan We sing the praise of good displays: How gamblers bet in casino roulette (08/2011) Bar-Hillel, M., & Zultan, R. I. (2012). We sing the praise of good displays: How gamblers bet in casino roulette. CHANCE, 25(2), 27-30.

Gambling frequencies on single numbers in real casino roulette were displayed in a contour map....

139 Ilan Yaniv Weighting and Trimming: Heuristics for Aggregating Judgments under Uncertainty (04/1997) Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 69 (1997), 237-249

In making major decisions (e.g., about medical treatment, acceptance of manuscripts for...

387 R. J. Aumann and J. H. Dreze When All is Said and Done, How Should You Play and What Should You Expect? (03/2005) Published as "Rational Expectations in Games," American Economic Review 98 (2008), 72-86

Modern game theory was born in 1928, when John von Neumann published his Minimax Theorem. This...

550 Ro'i Zultan, Maya Bar-Hillel , Nitsan Guy When Being Wasteful is Better than Feeling Wasteful (05/2010) Judgment and Decision Making, 5( 7), 489-496

"Waste not want not" expresses our culture's aversion to waste. "I could have gotten the same...

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