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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
297 Gary Bornstein Intergroup conflict: Individual, group and collective interests. (08/2002) Personality and Social Psychology Review, 7 (2003), 129-145

Intergroup conflicts generally involve conflicts of interests within the competing groups as...

(03/2012)

finite set of contracts. A solution concept - agreement - generalizes the notion of a stable...

377 Olivier Gossner, Penelope Hernandez and Abraham Neyman Optimal Use of Communication Resources (12/2004)

We study a repeated game with asymmetric information about a dynamic state of nature. In the...

93 Theo S. H. Driessen An Alternative Game-Theoretic Analysis of a Bankruptcy Problem from the Talmud: The Case of the Greedy Bankruptcy Game (01/1996) In: Game Theory IV, year 1998 (yearbook ''Theory of Games and Applications'') (Eds. L.A. Petrosjan and V.V. Mazalov) Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York, USA (1998), 45-61

The bankruptcy problem from the Talmud is modelled as a game (in coalitional form with...

586 Itzhak Venezia, Amrut Nashikkar, and Zur Shapira Firm specific and macro herding by professional and amateur investors and their effects on market volatility (08/2011) Journal of Banking & Finance 35 (2011) 1599–1609

We find a herding tendency among both amateur and professional investors and conclude that the...

34 Rudolf Avenhaus & Shmuel Zamir Game-Theoretical Analysis of Material Accountancy (09/1993)

Game theoretical models and analysis are provided for the sequential material accountancy...

467 Jens Metge Protecting the Domestic Market: Industrial Policy and Strategic Firm Behaviour (10/2007)

Foreign firms to break into a new market commonly undercut domestic prices and, hence, subsidise...

179 Robert S. Simon, Stanislaw Spiez & Henrek Torunczyk Equilibria in Games with Information which is Non-Standard and Incomplete on One Side (08/1998)

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265 Nir Dagan, Oscar Volij & Eyal Winter The Time-Preference Nash Solution (08/2001)

The primitives of a bargaining problem consist of a set, S, of feasible utility pairs and a...

142 Robert S. Simon Separation of Joint Plan Equilibrium Payoffs from the Min-Max Functions (05/1997) Games and Economic Behavior 41 (2002), 79-102

This article concerns infinitely repeated and un-discounted two-person non-zero-sum games of...

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