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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
20 Maya Bar-Hillel & Efrat Neter How Alike Is It Versus How Likely Is It: A Disjunction Fallacy in Probability Judgments (11/1992) Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 65 (1993), 1119-1132

Formally, a conjunction fallacy and a disjunction fallacy cannot be distinguished. Both consist...

463 Bezalel Peleg and Ariel D. Procaccia Implementation by Mediated Equilibrium (09/2007) International Journal of Game Theory 39 (2010), 191-207.

Implementation theory tackles the following problem: given a social choice correspondence, find...

106 Carmen Herrero, Michael Maschler & Antonio Villar Individual Rights and Collective Responsibility: The Rights-Egalitarian Solution (06/1996) Mathematical Social Sciences 37 (1999), 59-77.

The problem of distributing a given amount of a divisible good among a set of agents which may...

192 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell A General Class of Adaptive Strategies (03/1999) Journal of Economic Theory 98(2001), 26-54

We exhibit and characterize an entire class of simple adaptive strategies,in the repeated play...

545 Moses Shayo and Alon Harel Non-Consequentialist Voting (04/2010)

Standard theory assumes that voters' preferences over actions (voting) are induced by their...

69 Abraham Neyman Finitely Repeated Games with Finite Automata (06/1995) (revised in DP #161)

The paper studies the implication of bounding the complexity of the strategies players may...

279 Gil Kalai Social Choice and Threshold Phenomena (11/2001)

Arrow's theorem asserts that under certain conditions every non-dictatorial social choice...

342 Sergiu Hart and Benjamin Weiss Decay and Growth for a Nonlinear Parabolic Equation (10/2003) Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 133 (2005), 2613-2620

We prove a difference equation analogue for the decay-of-mass result for the nonlinear parabolic...

155 Harold Sackrowitz & Ester Samuel-Cahn p-Values as Random Variables; Expected p-Values (09/1997) The American Statistician 53 (1999), 326-331

P-values for hypotheses are considered as random variables. Their expected value (EPV) is...

240 Peter Sudholter & Bezalel Peleg A Note on an Axiomatization of the Core of Market Games (05/2001) Mathematics of Operations Research 27 (2002), 441-444

As shown by Peleg, the core of market games is characterized by nonemptiness, individual...

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