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583 Amir Konigsberg Epistemic peerage, disagreement, and belief revision (07/2011)

Recent debates have centred on the normative influence epistemic peerage should have on the...

582 Maya Bar-Hillel, Uriel Procaccia Behavioral economics and the law (in Hebrew) (07/2011) הגישה הכלכלית למשפט בעריכת אוריאל פרוקצ'יה. מכון סאקר למחקרי חקיקה ומשפט השוואתי, האוניברסיטה העברית, 2012

המאמר הזה בנוי סביב כמה תופעות פסיכולוגיות מוכרות (תורת הערך; אפקט הניסוח; אפקט הבעלות; בטחון...

584 Edna Ullmann-Margalit Considerateness (07/2011) Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 60 (July 2011): 205–244

A stranger entering the store ahead of you may hold the door open so it does not slam in your ...

575 Florian M. Biermann A Measure to compare Matchings in Marriage Markets (06/2011)

In matching markets the number of blocking pairs is often used as a criterion to compare...

577 Dean P. Foster & Sergiu Hart A Wealth-Requirement Axiomatization of Riskiness (06/2011)

We provide an axiomatic characterization of the measure of riskiness of gambles (risky assets)...

576 Asael Y. Sklar & Ran R. Hassin Unseen But not Unsolved: Doing Arithmetic Non-Consciously (06/2011)

The modal view in the cognitive sciences holds that consciousness is necessary for abstract,...

572 Noam Bar-Shai, Tamar Keasar, and Avi Shmida Do Solitary Bees Count to Five? (05/2011)

Efficient foragers avoid returning to food sources that they had previously depleted. Bombus...

573 Shoham Choshen-Hillel and Ilan Yaniv Agency and the Construction of Social Preference: Between Inequality Aversion and Prosocial Behavior (05/2011) Forthcoming in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

The term “social preference” refers to decision makers’ satisfaction with their own outcomes and...

571 Yosef Rinott, Marco Scarsini, Yaming Yu Probability Inequalities for a Gladiator Game (04/2011)

Based on a model introduced by Kaminsky, Luks, and Nelson (1984), we consider a zero-sum...

568 David Azriel, Micha Mandel, and Yosef Rinott On optimal allocation in binary response trials; is adaptive design really necessary? (03/2011)

We consider the classical problem of selecting the best of two treatments in clinical trials ...

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