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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
245 Judith Avrahami, Werner Guth & Yaakov Kareev The Parasite Game: Exploiting the Abundance of Nature in the Face of Competition (06/2001) Published as "Games of Competition in a Stochastic Environment", Theory and Decision 59 (2005), 255-294

A situation in which the regularity in nature can be utilized while competition is to be avoided...

59 Robert J. Aumann Backward Induction and Common Knowledge of Rationality (12/1994) Games and Economic Behavior 8 (1995), 6-19

We formulate precisely and prove the proposition that if common knowledge of rationality obtains...

572 Noam Bar-Shai, Tamar Keasar, and Avi Shmida Do Solitary Bees Count to Five? (05/2011)

Efficient foragers avoid returning to food sources that they had previously depleted. Bombus...

450 Edna Ullmann-Margalit Difficult Choices: To Agonize or not to Agonize? (03/2007) Social Research, 74 (2007), 51-74

What makes a choice difficult, beyond being complex or difficult to calculate? Characterizing...

535 Itai Arieli Backward Induction and Common Strong Belief of Rationality (02/2010)

In 1995, Aumann showed that in games of perfect information, common knowledge of rationality is...

250 Pradeep Dubey & Ori Haimanko Envy and the Optimality of Tournaments (06/2001)

We show that tournaments tend to outperform piece-rate contracts when there is sufficient envy...

127 Eilon Solan (Min Max)2=Min Max (01/1997)

A repeated game with absorbing states is played over the infinite future. A fixed one-shot game...

213 Muriel Ney-Nifle, Tamar Keasar & Avi Shmida Location and color learning in bumblebees in a two-phase conditioning experiment (02/2000) Journal of Insect Behavior 14 (2001), 697-711.

Bees learn the location, odor, color and shape of flowers, and use these cues hierarchically to...

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,...

415 Barry O'Neill and Bezalel Peleg Lexicographic Composition of Simple Games (02/2006) Games and Economic Behavior 62 (2008), 628-642

A two-house legislature can often be modelled as a proper simple game whose outcome depends on...

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