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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
340 Yaakov Kareev and Massimo Warglien Cognitive Overload and the Evaluation of Risky Alternatives: The Effects of Sample Size, Information Format and Attitude To Risk (10/2003)

When the amount of information to be dealt with exceeds people’s short-term memory capacity,...

90 Mor Amitai Cheap-Talk with Incomplete Information on Both Sides (01/1996)

We provide a characterization of the set of equilibria of two-person cheap-talk games with...

423 Ifat Maoz, Ilan Yaniv and Naama Ivri Decision Framing and Support for Concessions in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (05/2006) Journal of Peace Research (forthcoming)

The purpose of the study is to explore, in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the...

306 David Assaf, Larry Goldstein & Ester Samuel-Cahn Two Choice Optimal Stopping (12/2002) Advances of Applied Probability 36 (2004), 1116-1147

Let Xn, . . . ,X1 be i.i.d. random variables with distribution function F. A statistician,...

176 Tamar Keasar, Inbal Fershtman, Rivka Forotan & Avi Shmida Learning Performance of Foraging Bees During Manipulation of Inter-Visit Time Intervals (06/1998) Entomologia Generalis 29 (2007), 213-224

It has been repeatedly suggested that bees use short-term information for making food-choice...

511 M. Vittoria Levati and Ro’i Zultan Cycles of Conditional Cooperation in a Real-Time Voluntary Contribution Mechanism (05/2009) Games 2011, 2(1), 1-15.

This paper provides a new way to identify conditional cooperation in a real-time version of the...

52 Dieter Balkenborg Strictness and Evolutionary Stability (07/1994)

The notion of a strict equilibrium set is introduced as a natural extension of the notion of a...

387 R. J. Aumann and J. H. Dreze When All is Said and Done, How Should You Play and What Should You Expect? (03/2005) Published as "Rational Expectations in Games," American Economic Review 98 (2008), 72-86

Modern game theory was born in 1928, when John von Neumann published his Minimax Theorem. This...

596 Yehuda (John) Levy A Discounted Stochastic Game with No Stationary Nash Equilibrium (01/2012)

We present an example of a discounted stochastic game with a continuum of states, finitely many...

15 Igal Milchtaich Congestion Games with Player-Specific Payoffs (10/1992) Games and Economic Behavior 13 (1996), 111-124

A class of non-cooperative games in which the players share a common set of strategies is...

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