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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
42 Itamar Pitowsky On the Concept of the Proof in Modern Mathematics (03/1994)

This paper deals with the attempts to characterize the set of all proofs in a given mathematical...

184 Gary Bornstein & Uri Gneezy Price Competition Between Teams (09/1998) Experimental Economics 5 (2002), 29-38.

Economic agents (e.g., firms, corporations) are often treated as unitary players. The internal...

409 Edna Ullmann-Margalit Big Decisions: Opting, Converting, Drifting (11/2005) in Anthony O'Hear (ed.), Political Philosophy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006
128 Eilon Solan 3-Person Repeated Games with Absorbing States (01/1997)

Every 3-person repeated game with absorbing states has an equilibrium payoff.

271 Harel Goren The Effect of Out-Group Competition on Individual Behavior and Out-Group Perception in the Intergroup Prisoner's Dilemma (IPD) Game (09/2001) Group Processes and Intergroup Relations 4 (2001), 160-182.

Hebrew University of Jerusalem students participated in two experiments of repeated play of the...

497 Robert J. Aumann Rule-Rationality versus Act-Rationality (12/2008)

People's actions often deviate from rationality, i.e., self-interested behavior. We...

232 Bezalel Peleg & Eyal Winter Constitutional Implementation (01/2001) Review of Economic Design (2002) 7, 187-204

We consider the problem of implementing a social choice correspondence H in Nash equilibrium...

462 Elchanan Ben-Porath Trade with Heterogeneous Beliefs (08/2007)

The paper analyzes an economy with asymmetric information in which agents trade in contingent...

10 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell A Model of n-Person Non-Cooperative Bargaining (07/1992) Pubslied as "Bargaining and Value" in Econometrica 64 (1996), 357-380

We present and analyze a model of non-cooperative bargaining among n participants, applied to...

317 Gary Bornstein, Tamar Kugler and Shmuel Zamir One Team Must Win, the Other Need Only Not Lose: An Experimental Study of an Asymmetric Participation Game (05/2003) Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 18 (2005), 111-123

We studied asymmetric competition between two (three-person) groups. Each group member received...

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