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537 Robert J. Aumann A Response Regarding the Matter of the Man with Three Wives (02/2010) Hama'yan 50 (2010), 1-11.

A response to criticism of the paper "On the Matter of the Man with Three Wives," Moriah 22 (...

536 Robert J. Aumann The Role of Incentives in the World Financial Crisis (02/2010)

A lecture explaining the causes of the 2008‐9 world financial crisis in terms of ordinary...

535 Itai Arieli Backward Induction and Common Strong Belief of Rationality (02/2010)

In 1995, Aumann showed that in games of perfect information, common knowledge of rationality is...

534 Marco Francesconi, Christian Ghiglino and Motty Perry On the Origin of the Family (02/2010)

This paper presents an overlapping generations model to explain why humans live in families...

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...

532 Ziv Hellman and Dov Samet How Common Are Common Priors? (02/2010) Forthcoming in Games and Economic Behavior

To answer the question in the title we vary agents' beliefs against the background of a fixed...

531 Sergiu Hart Comparing Risks by Acceptance and Rejection (02/2010)

Stochastic dominance is a partial order on risky assets ("gambles") that is based on the uniform...

530 Jay Bartroff, Larry Goldstein, Yosef Rinott and Ester Samuel-Cahn On Optimal Allocation of a Continuous Resource Using an Iterative Approach and Total Positivity (01/2010) Advances in Applied Probability, (2010) vol. 42, pages 795-815.

We study a class of optimal allocation problems, including the well-known Bomber Problem, with...

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...

528 Gary Bornstein and Ori Weisel Punishment, Cooperation, and Cheater Detection in (12/2009) Games 1 (1) (2010)

Explaining human cooperation in large groups of non-kin is a major challenge to both rational...

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