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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
315 Barry O'Neill, Dov Samet, Zvi Wiener and Eyal Winter Bargaining with an Agenda (05/2003) Games and Economic Behavior 48 (2004), 139-153

Gradual bargaining is represented by an agenda: a family of increasing sets of joint utilities,...

586 Itzhak Venezia, Amrut Nashikkar, and Zur Shapira Firm specific and macro herding by professional and amateur investors and their effects on market volatility (08/2011) Journal of Banking & Finance 35 (2011) 1599–1609

We find a herding tendency among both amateur and professional investors and conclude that the...

467 Jens Metge Protecting the Domestic Market: Industrial Policy and Strategic Firm Behaviour (10/2007)

Foreign firms to break into a new market commonly undercut domestic prices and, hence, subsidise...

24 Oscar Volij Rationality without the Reduction Axiom (01/1993)

Two results concerning the relation between rationality and equilibrium concepts in normal form...

112 Eitan Israeli Sowing Doubt Optimally in Two-Person Repeated Games (08/1996) Games and Economic Behavior 28 (1999), 203-216.

Consider a two-person repeated game (with complete information). Assume that one of the players...

198 Anna B. Khmelnitskaya Social welfare orderings for different subgroup utility scales (06/1999) Mathematical Social Sciences

This paper characterizes social welfare orderings for different scales of individual utility...

346 Yaakov Kareev and Klaus Fiedler On the Accentuation of Contingencies: The Sensitive Research Designer versus the Intuitive Statistician (12/2003) Published as: "Nonproportional Sampling and the Amplification of Correlations", Psychological Science 17 (2006), 715-720

The information used in reaching a decision between alternatives is often gleaned through...

284 Robert J. Aumann & Sergiu Hart Long Cheap Talk (01/2002) Econometrica 71 (2003), 1619-1660

With cheap talk, more can be achieved by long conversations than by a single message - even when...

73 Amnon Rapoport, Darryl A. Seale & James A. Sundali Equilibrium play in large group market entry games (03/1995) Management Science 44 (1998), 119-141

Coordination behavior is studies experimentally in a class of market entry games featuring...

161 Abraham Neyman Finitely Repeated Games with Finite Automata (revision of Discussion Paper #69) (09/1997) Mathematics of Operations Research 23 (1998), 513-552.

The paper studies the implications of bounding the complexity of the strategies players may...

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