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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
447 Daniel Lehmann Quantic Superpositions and the Geometry of Complex Hilbert Spaces (02/2007)

The concept of a superposition is a revolutionary novelty introduced by Quantum Mechanics. If a...

216 Amotz Cahn General Procedures Leading to Correlated Equilibria (05/2000) International Journal of Game Theory 33 (2004), 21-40

Hart and Mas-Colell (2000) show that if all players play "regret matching" strategies, i.e. they...

418 Gil Kalai Science, Beliefs and Knowledge: A Personal Reflection on Robert J. Aumann’s Approach (04/2006)

On the occasion of Robert J. Aumann's being awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Economics, this...

302 Bruno Bassan, Yosef Rinott & Yehuda Vardi On stochastic comparisons of excess times (10/2002)

A stationary renewal process based on iid random variables Xi is observed at a given time. The...

82 Abraham Neyman & Sylvain Sorin Equilibria in Repeated Games of Incomplete Information: The Deterministic Symmetric Case (07/1995) In T. Parthasaraty et al. (eds.) Game-Theoretic Applications to Economics and Operations Research ( ) Kluwer Academic Press

Every two person game of incomplete information in which the information to both players is...

145 Elon Kohlberg & Abraham Neyman A Strong Law of Large Numbers for Nonexpansive Vector Valued Stochastic Processes (05/1997) Israel Journal of Mathematics 111 (1999), 93-108.
506 Eric D. Gould and Eyal Winter Interactions Between Workers and the Technology of Production: Evidence from Professional Baseball (02/2009) The Review of Economics and Statistics 91(1), 188–200.

This paper shows that workers can affect the productivity of their coworkers based on income...

382 Liad Blumrosen and Noam Nisan On the Computational Power of Iterative Auctions II: Ascending Auctions (02/2005)

We embark on a systematic analysis of the power and limitations of iterative ascending-price...

472 Ehud Guttel and Barak Medina Less Crime, More (Vulnerable) Victims: Game Theory and the Distributional Effects of Criminal Sanctions (12/2007) Review of Law & Economics 3 (2007), 407-435

Harsh sanctions are conventionally assumed to primarily benefit vulnerable targets. Contrary 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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