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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
27 Gary Bornstein & Roger Hurwitz Team Games as Models of Intergroup Conflicts (06/1993)

The internal problem of collective action that arises when groups, as opposed to individuals,...

521 Eyal Winter, Ignacio Garcia-Jurado, Jose Mendez-Naya and Luciano Mendez-Naya Mental Equilibrium and Rational Emotions (09/2009)

We introduce emotions into an equilibrium notion. In a mental equilibrium each player "selects"...

397 Ziv Gorodeisky Stability of Mixed Equilibria (08/2005)

We consider stability properties of equilibria in stochastic evolutionary dynamics. In...

113 Ran El-Yaniv Is It Rational to Be Competitive? On the Decision-Theoretic Foundations of the Competitive Ratio (08/1996)

The competitive ratio, a performance measure for online algorithms, or alternatively, a decision...

487 Tom de Jong, Avi Shmida and Frank Thuijsman Optimal Sex Allocation in Plants and the Evolution of Monoecy (06/2008)

Question: Which ecological factors favor the transition from plants with hermaphrodite...

199 Parimal Kanti Bag & Eyal Winter Simple Subscription Mechanisms for Excludable Public Goods (06/1999) Journal of Economic Theory 1 (1999), 72-94.

For excludable public goods, we propose simple mechanisms to uniquely implement a (core) stable...

76 Robert J. Aumann Rationality and Bounded Rationality (05/1995) In S. Hart & A. Mas-Colell (eds.) Cooperation: Game Theoretic Approaches. Berlin: Springer (1997) 219-232; also in Frontiers of Research in Economic Theory, The Nancy L. Schwartz Memorial Lectures, 1983-1997

A survey of bounded rationality models and ideas in Game Theory. Topics covered include: The...

285 Yaakov Kareev, Sharon Arnon & Reut Horwitz-Zeliger On the Misperception of Variability (02/2002) Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 131 (2002), 287-297

Ever since the days of Francis Bacon it has been claimed that people perceive the world as less...

162 Abraham Neyman Cooperation in Repeated Games When the Number of Stages Is Not Commonly Known (revision of Discussion Paper #65) (01/1997) Econometrica 67 (1999), 45-64.
492 Ilan Yaniv, Shoham Choshen-Hillel and Maxim Milyavsky Spurious Consensus and Opinion Revision: Why Might People Be More Confident in Their Less Accurate Judgments? (11/2008) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition (forthcoming)

In the interest of improving their decision-making, individuals revise their opinions on the...

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