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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
313 Eyal Winter Incentives and Discrimination (05/2003) American Economic Review 94 (2003), 764-773

Optimal incentive mechanisms may require that agents are rewarded differentially even when they...

533 Yoed Halbersberg Liability Standards for Multiple-Victim Torts: A Call for a New Paradigm (02/2010)

Under the conventional approach in torts, liability for an accident is decided by comparing the...

394 Noa Nitzan Tight Correlated Equilibrium (06/2005)

A correlated equilibrium of a strategic form n-person game is called tight if all the incentive...

94 Robert J. Aumann, Sergiu Hart & Motty Perry The Absent-Minded Driver (01/1996) Games and Economic Behavior 20 (1997), 102-116

The example of the "absent-minded driver" was introduced by Piccione & Rubinstein [1995] in...

413 Abraham Neyman Existence of Optimal Strategies in Markov Games with Incomplete Information (12/2005)

The existence of a value and optimal strategies is proved for the class of two-person repeated...

283 Bezalel Peleg Complete Characterization of Acceptable Game Forms by Effectivity Functions (01/2002) Published as

Acceptable game forms were introduced in Hurwicz and Schmeidler (1978). Dutta (1984) considered...

(03/2012)

finite set of contracts. A solution concept - agreement - generalizes the notion of a stable...

143 Edna Ullmann-Margalit The Invisible Hand and the Cunning of Reason (05/1997) Social Research 64 (1997), 181-198

This paper traces the ideological career of the notion of the invisible hand, from the 18th...

363 Olle Haggstrom, Gil Kalai and Elchanan Mossel A Law of Large Numbers for Weighted Majority (06/2004)

Consider an election between two candidates in which the voters' choices are random and...

244 Menahem E. Yaari A Credit Market a la David Hume (06/2001)

In Book III of his Treatise of Human Nature, David Hume considers the following simple...

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