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180 Robert Aumann & Werner Guth Species Survival and Evolutionary Stability in Sustainable Habitats: The Concept of Ecological Stability (06/1998) Journal of Evolutionary Economics 10 (2000), 437-447

Whover exists belongs to a species, which did not become extinct, has a (geno-)type, which...

177 Albert Blarer, Tamar Keasar & Avi Shmida Does Learning of Flower Size by Foraging Bumblebees Involve Concept Formation? (06/1998)

Large flowers often contain larger nectar rewards, and receive more pollinator visits, than...

176 Tamar Keasar, Inbal Fershtman, Rivka Forotan & Avi Shmida Learning Performance of Foraging Bees During Manipulation of Inter-Visit Time Intervals (06/1998) Entomologia Generalis 29 (2007), 213-224

It has been repeatedly suggested that bees use short-term information for making food-choice...

175 Eilon Solan Extensive-Form Correlated Equilibria (06/1998)

The paper studies extensive-form correlated equilibria in stochastic games. An extensive-form...

174 Edna Ullmann-Margalit On Not Wanting to Know (06/1998) In Edna Ullmann-Margalit (ed.), Reasoning Practically, New York: Oxford University Press, 2000, 72-84

A common assumption of practical reasoning is that, in order to act rationally, agents are to...

178 Cass R. Sunstein & Edna Ullmann-Margalit Second-Order Decisions (07/1998) Ethics 110 (1999), 5-31.

People are often reluctant to make decisions by calculating the costs and benefits of...

181 Motty Perry, Elmar Wolfstetter & Shmuel Zamir A Sealed-Bid Auction that Matches the English Auction (08/1998) Games and Economic Behavior 33 (2000), 265-273.

This paper analyzes a two-stage sealed-bid auction that is frequently employed in privatization...

179 Robert S. Simon, Stanislaw Spiez & Henrek Torunczyk Equilibria in Games with Information which is Non-Standard and Incomplete on One Side (08/1998)

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182 Gil Kalai, Brendan McKay, Maya Bar-Hillel The Two Famous Rabbis Experiments: How Similar is Too Similar? (09/1998)

Witztum, Rips and Rosenberg describe the outcomes of two experiments which purport to...

184 Gary Bornstein & Uri Gneezy Price Competition Between Teams (09/1998) Experimental Economics 5 (2002), 29-38.

Economic agents (e.g., firms, corporations) are often treated as unitary players. The internal...

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