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417 Elizabeth Boyle and Zur Shapira The Perils of Betting to Win: Aspiration and Survival in Jeopardy! Tournament of the Champions (revision of Discussion Paper #331) (03/2006)

Behavior in competitive situations requires decision makers to evaluate their own as well as...

268 Gooni Orshan, Peter Sudholter The Positive Core of a Cooperative Game (08/2001) International Journal of Game Theory 39 (2010), 113 – 36

The positive core is a nonempty extension of the core of transferable utility games. If the core...

231 Peter Sudholter & Bezalel Peleg The Positive Prekernel of a Cooperative Game (12/2000) International Game Theory Review 2 (2000), 287-305

The positive prekernel, a solution of cooperative transferable utility games, is introduced. We...

334 Maya Bar-Hillel The psychological insights that won a Nobel Prize in Economics (in Hebrew) התובנות הפסיכולוגיות שזכו בפרס נובל לכלכלה (09/2003) The Economic Quarterly 4 (2003), 771-780

A Nobel Prize in Economics was given to the psychologist Daniel Kahneman for his joint research...

647 Sergiu Hart, Noam Nisan The Query Complexity of Correlated Equilibria (09/2013)

We consider the complexity of finding a Correlated Equilibrium in an n-player game in a model...

260 Robert J. Aumann The Rationale for Measurability (07/2001) In G. Debreu, W. Neuefeind & W. Trockel (eds.) Economics Essays, A Festschrift for Werner Hildenbrand Springer, Berlin (2001), 5-7

When modelling large economies by nonatomic measure spaces of agents, one defines "coalitions"...

81 Daniel Granot & Michael Maschler The Reactive Bargaining Set: Structure, Dynamics and Extension to NTU Games (08/1995) International Journal of Game Theory 26 (1997) 75-95.

The reactive bargaining set (Granot [1994]) is the set of outcomes for which no justified...

608 Amir Konigsberg The real problem of disagreement (04/2012)

The problem of disagreement asks about the appropriate response (typically the response of a...

685 Uri Weiss The Robber Wants To Be Punished (05/2015)

It is a commonly held intuition that increasing punishment leads to less crime. Let's move...

626 Hanan Shteingart, Tal Neiman, Yonatan Loewenstein The Role of First Impression in Operant Learning (09/2012)

We quantified the effect of first experience on behavior in operant learning and studied its...

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