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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
461 Elchanan Ben-Porath and Aviad Heifetz Rationalizable Expectations (08/2007)

Consider an exchange economy with asymmetric information. What is the set of outcomes that are...

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...

282 Shmuel Weinberger On the Topological Social Choice Problem (01/2002) Social Choice and Welfare 18 (2001), 227-250

Extending earlier work of Chichilnisky and Heal, we show that any connected space of the...

543 Alex Gershkov and Benny Moldovanu Optimal Search, Learning and Implementation (04/2010)

We characterize the incentive compatible, constrained efficient policy ("second-best") in a...

241 Pradeep Dubey, John Geanakoplos & Martin Shubik Default and Punishment in General Equilibrium (05/2001)

We extend the standard model of general equilibrium with incomplete markets to allow for default...

362 Gil Kalai Social Indeterminacy (06/2004) Econometrica 72 (2004), 1565-1581

An extension of Condorcet's paradox by McGarvey (1953) asserts that for every asymmetric...

107 Igal Milchtaich On Backward Induction Paths and Pure Strategy Nash Equilibria of Congestion Games (06/1996) Published as: "Crowding Games are Sequentially Solvable", International Journal of Game Theory 27 (1998), 501-509

In this note, a congestion game is a noncooperative normal-form game in which the players share...

423 Ifat Maoz, Ilan Yaniv and Naama Ivri Decision Framing and Support for Concessions in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (05/2006) Journal of Peace Research (forthcoming)

The purpose of the study is to explore, in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the...

591 Todd R. Kaplan and Shmuel Zamir Multiple Equilibria in Asymmetric First-Price Auctions (11/2011)

Maskin and Riley (2003) and Lebrun (2006) prove that the Bayes-Nash equilibrium of first-price...

29 Maya Bar-Hillel & David Budescu The Elusive Wishful Thinking Effect (07/1993) Thinking and Reasoning 1 (1995), 71-104

We define a desirability effect as the inflation of the judged probability of desirable events...

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