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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...

529 Yakov Babichenko Completely Uncoupled Dynamics and Nash Equilibria (01/2010)

A completely uncoupled dynamic is a repeated play of a game, where each period every player...

435 Abraham Neyman and Joel Spencer Complexity and Effective Prediction (10/2006)

Let G = (I,J,g) be a two-person zero-sum game. We examine the two-person zero-sum repeated game...

642 Ilan Nehama Complexity of Optimal Lobbying in Threshold Aggregation (07/2013) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference, ADT 2015, p. 379-395

Optimal Lobbying is the problem a lobbyist or a campaign manager faces in a full-information...

333 Pradeep Dubey, Ezra Einy and Ori Haimanko Compound Voting and the Banzhaf Power Index (09/2003)

We present three axioms for a power index defined on the domain of simple (voting) games....

452 Yuval Emek and Michal Feldman Computing an Optimal Contract in Simple Technologies (05/2007)

We study an economic setting in which a principal motivates a team of strategic agents to exert...

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...

477 Bezalel Peleg and Shmuel Zamir Condorcet Jury Theorem: The Dependent Case (03/2008)

We provide an extension of the Condorcet Theorem. Our model includes both the Nitzan-Paroush...

15 Igal Milchtaich Congestion Games with Player-Specific Payoffs (10/1992) Games and Economic Behavior 13 (1996), 111-124

A class of non-cooperative games in which the players share a common set of strategies is...

391 R. J. Aumann Consciousness (05/2005) in Life as We Know It, edited by J. Seckbach, Springer (2006), 555-564

Consciousness is the last great frontier of science. Here we discuss what it is, how it differs...

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