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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
680 Hanan Shteingart , Yonatan Loewenstein The Effect of Sample Size and Cognitive Strategy on Probability Estimation Bias (02/2015)

Probability estimation is an essential cognitive function in perception, motor control, and...

643 Yannai A. Gonczarowski Manipulation of Stable Matchings using Minimal Blacklists (07/2013) forthcoming in Proceedings of the 15th ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC 2014)

Gale and Sotomayor (1985) have shown that in the Gale-Shapley matching algorithm (1962), the...

521 Eyal Winter, Ignacio Garcia-Jurado, Jose Mendez-Naya and Luciano Mendez-Naya Mental Equilibrium and Rational Emotions (09/2009)

We introduce emotions into an equilibrium notion. In a mental equilibrium each player "selects"...

397 Ziv Gorodeisky Stability of Mixed Equilibria (08/2005)

We consider stability properties of equilibria in stochastic evolutionary dynamics. In...

487 Tom de Jong, Avi Shmida and Frank Thuijsman Optimal Sex Allocation in Plants and the Evolution of Monoecy (06/2008)

Question: Which ecological factors favor the transition from plants with hermaphrodite...

199 Parimal Kanti Bag & Eyal Winter Simple Subscription Mechanisms for Excludable Public Goods (06/1999) Journal of Economic Theory 1 (1999), 72-94.

For excludable public goods, we propose simple mechanisms to uniquely implement a (core) stable...

61 Murali Agastya An Evolutionary Bargaining Model (revision of Discussion Paper #38) (12/1994)

A non-negative function f defined on the class of subsets of a finite set of factors of...

285 Yaakov Kareev, Sharon Arnon & Reut Horwitz-Zeliger On the Misperception of Variability (02/2002) Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 131 (2002), 287-297

Ever since the days of Francis Bacon it has been claimed that people perceive the world as less...

104 Abraham Neyman & Daijiro Okada Strategic Entropy and Complexity in Repeated Games (06/1996) Games and Economic Behavior 29 (1999), 191-223.

We study repeated two-person zero-sum games in which one of the players has a restricted set of...

492 Ilan Yaniv, Shoham Choshen-Hillel and Maxim Milyavsky Spurious Consensus and Opinion Revision: Why Might People Be More Confident in Their Less Accurate Judgments? (11/2008) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition (forthcoming)

In the interest of improving their decision-making, individuals revise their opinions on the...

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