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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
715 Bezalel Peleg, Ron Holzman Representations of Political Power Structures by Strategically Stable Game Forms: A Survey (02/2018)

We survey the results on representations of committees and constitutions by game forms that...

682 Tomer Siedner Risk of Monetary Gambles: An Axiomatic Approach (04/2015)

In this work we present five axioms for a risk-order relation defined over (monetary) gambles....

647 Sergiu Hart, Noam Nisan The Query Complexity of Correlated Equilibria (09/2013)

We consider the complexity of finding a Correlated Equilibrium in an n-player game in a model...

652 Itai Arieli, Robert J. Aumann The Logic of Backward Induction (11/2013)

The logic of backward induction (BI) in perfect information (PI) games has been intensely...

615 Ziv Hellman A Game with No Bayesian Approximate Equilibria (07/2012)

Simon (2003) presented an example of a 3-player Bayesian games with no Bayesian equilibria but...

393 Robert J. Aumann, Sergiu Hart and Motty Perry Conditioning and the Sure-Thing Principle (06/2005)

This paper undertakes a careful examination of the concept of conditional probability and its...

698 Uriel Procaccia Corporate Bill of Rights (03/2016)

Abstract: Corporate entities enjoy legal subjectivity in a variety of forms, but they are not...

665 Tal Neiman , Yonatan Loewenstein Spatial Generalization in Operant Learning: Lessons from Professional Basketball (04/2014)

In operant learning, behaviors are reinforced or inhibited in response to the consequences of...

624 Omer Edhan Representations Of Positive Projections On Lipschitz Vector (08/2012)

Among the single-valued solution concepts studied in cooperative game theory and economics,...

71 Maya Bar-Hillel, Efrat Neter Why Are People Reluctant to Exchange Lottery Tickets? (03/1995) Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 70 (1996), 17-27

In a series of experiments, we demonstrate that people are reluctant to exchange lottery tickets...

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