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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
224 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell A Reinforcement Procedure Leading to Correlated Equilibrium (08/2000) G. Debreu, W. Neuefeind & W. Trockel (eds.), Economic Essays: A Festschrift for Werner Hildenbrand, Springer (2001), 181-200

We consider repeated games where at any period each player knows only his set of actions and the...

426 Abraham Neyman and Tim Russo Public Goods and Budget Deficit (07/2006)

We examine incentive-compatible mechanisms for fair financing and efficient selection of a...

310 Tom Baker, Alon Harel and Tamar Kugler The Virtues of Uncertainty in Law: An experimental approach (02/2003) Iowa Law Review 89 (2004)

Predictability in civil and criminal sanctions is generally understood as desirable. Conversely...

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...

514 Daniel Lehmann Foundations of Non-Commutative Probability Theory (06/2009)

Kolmogorov's setting for probability theory is given an original generalization to account for...

390 Judith Avrahami and Oren Flekser With the Eye being a Ball, what Happens to Fixational Eye Movements in the Periphery? (05/2005)

Although the fact that the eye is moving constantly has been known for a long time, the role of...

274 Robert Samuel Simon On the Unique Extensibility and Surjectivity of Knowledge Structures (09/2001)

With the S5 multi-agent epistemic logic we consider the canonical maps from Krpke structures to...

150 Robert S. Simon The Generation of Formulas Held in Common Knowledge (06/1997) International Journal of Game Theory 30 (2001), 1-18.

This ariticle concerns the interactive modal propositional calculus, using the multi-agent...

354 Werner Güth and Menahem E. Yaari Parity, Sympathy, and Reciprocity (03/2004)
235 Ruma Falk & Ester Samuel-Cahn Lewis Carroll's Obtuse Problem (01/2001) Teaching Statistics 23 (2001), 72-75

Carroll's apparently impeccable solution to one of his probability problems is shown to answer...

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