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737 Maya Bar-Hillel An Annotated Compendium of Stumpers (07/2020)

A stumper is a riddle the solution to which is typically so elusive that it does not come to...

739 Alexander Kravtsov, Eyal Winter An Axiomatic Approach to Sensors’ Trust Measurements (08/2020)

A set of sensors is used to identify which of the users, from a pre-specified set of users, is...

337 Sergiu Hart An Axiomatization of the Consistent Non-Transferable Utility Value (10/2003) International Journal of Game Theory 33 (2005), 355-366

The Maschler-Owen consistent value for non-transferable utility games is axiomatized, by means...

131 Mukul Majumdar & Bezalel Peleg An Axiomatization of the Walras Correspondence in Infinite Dimensional Spaces (02/1997) International Economic Review 38 (1997), 853-864. Also in: The Legacy of Leon Walras, vol. 2, Intellectual Legacies in Modern Economics, vol 7, D. A. Walker (ed.), Elgar Reference Collection (2001), 618-629

This paper presents a generalization of the results of van den Nouweland, Peleg and Tijs on the...

597 Amnon Schreiber An Economic Index of Relative Riskiness (02/2012)

In their seminal works, Arrow (1965) and Pratt (1964) defined two aspects of risk aversion:...

446 Robert J. Aumann and Roberto Serrano An Economic Index of Riskiness (02/2007) Journal of Political Economy 116 (2008), 810-836

Define the riskiness of a gamble as the reciprocal of the absolute risk aversion (ARA) of an...

281 Alon Harel & Assaf Jacob An Economic Rationale for the Legal Treatment of Omissions in Tort Law (12/2001) Theoretical Inquiries in Law 3 (2002).

This paper provides an economic justification for the exemption from liability for omissions and...

47 Pradeep Dubey & Abraham Neyman An Equivalence Principle for Perfectly Competitive Economies (05/1994) Journal of Economic Theory 75 (1997), 314-344

It is a striking fact that different solutions become equivalent in the setting of perfectly...

38 Murali Agastya An Evolutionary Bargaining Model (12/1993) (revised in DP #61)

Varying quantities of a single good can be produced using at least two and at most n factors of...

61 Murali Agastya An Evolutionary Bargaining Model (revision of Discussion Paper #38) (12/1994)

A non-negative function f defined on the class of subsets of a finite set of factors of...

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