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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
7 Eyal Winter Mechanism Robustness in Multilateral Bargaining (03/1992) Theory and Decision 40 (1996), 131-147

We describe a non-cooperative bargaining model for games in coalition form without transferable...

443 Gary Bornstein A Classification of Games by Player Type (01/2007) New issues and paradigms in research on social dilemmas, A. Biel, D. Eek, T. Gärling, & M. Gustafsson (Eds.), Springer Verlag, (in press)

In this paper I classify situations of interdependent decision-making, or games based on the...

325 Noam Bar-shai, Rana Samuels, Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro and Avi Shmida Flight Durations in Bumblebees under Manipulation of Feeding Choices (07/2003) Journal of Insect Behavior 17 (2004), 155-168

Foraging bees spend less time flying between flowers of the same species than when flying...

531 Sergiu Hart Comparing Risks by Acceptance and Rejection (02/2010)

Stochastic dominance is a partial order on risky assets ("gambles") that is based on the uniform...

55 Jinpeng Ma Stable Matchings and Rematching-Proof Equilibria in a Two-Sided Matching Market (06/1994) Journal of Economic Theory 66 (1995), 352-369

In this paper we introduce the notion of a rematching-proof equilibrium for a two-sided matching...

330 Eytan Sheshinski Bounded Rationality and Socially Optimal Limits on Choice in a Self-Selection Model (07/2003)

When individuals choose from whatever alternatives available to them the one that maximizes...

209 Dan Cohen A Rational Basis for Irrational Beliefs and Behaviors (01/2000)

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411 Abraham Neyman and Daijiro Okada Growth of Strategy Sets, Entropy, and Nonstationary Bounded Recall (11/2005)

One way to express bounded rationality of a player in a game theoretic models is by specifying a...

295 Abraham Neyman Stochastic games: Existence of the MinMax (08/2002) In Stochastic Games and Applications, A. Neyman and S. Sorin (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Press (2003)
500 Gil Kalai How Quantum Computers Can Fail (01/2009)

We propose and discuss two postulates on the nature of errors in highly correlated noisy...

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