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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
399 Gil Kalai Noise Sensitivity and Chaos in Social Choice Theory (08/2005)

In this paper we study the social preferences obtained from monotone neutral social welfare...

481 Ehud Friedgut, Gil Kalai and Noam Nisan Elections Can be Manipulated Often (04/2008)

The Gibbard-Satterthwaite theorem states that every non-trivial voting method between at least 3...

294 Bruno Bassan, Olivier Gossner, Marco Scarsini & Shmuel Zamir Positive value of information in games (08/2002) International Journal of Game Theory 32 (2003), 17-31

We exhibit a general class of interactive decision situations in which all the agents benefit...

188 Anna B. Khmelnitskaya Marginalist and Efficient Values for TU Games (01/1999) Mathematical Social Sciences 38 (1999), 45-54.

We derive an explicit formula for a marginalist and efficient value for a TU game which...

88 Abraham Neyman Cooperation, Repetition and Automata (11/1995) In S. Hart & A. Mas-Colell (eds.), Cooperation: Game-Theoretic Approaches, (1995) Springer-Verlag 233-255

This chapter studies the implications of bounding the complexity of players' strategies in long...

83 Yossi Feinberg A Converse to the Agreement Theorem (11/1995)

In Aumann (1976) - "Agreeing to Disagree" - it is shown that if there is a common prior then...

564 Yoed Halbersberg On the Deduction of National Insurance Payments from Tort Victims' Claims (11/2010) 3 Mishpatim Online 1 (2010)

In CA 1093/07 Bachar v. Fokmann [2009] (request for additional hearing denied, 2010) , the...

2 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell Egalitarian Solutions of Large Games: II. The Asymptotic Approach (01/1992) Mathematics of Operations Research 20 (1995), 1003-1022

This is the second of two papers developing the theory of Egalitarian solutions for games in...

236 David Assaf, Larry Goldstein & Ester Samuel-Cahn Ratio Prophet Inequalities when the Mortal has Several Choices (02/2001) Annals of Applied Probability 12 (2002) 972-984.

Let X_i be non-negative, independent random variables with finite expectation, and X*_n=max{X_1...

368 Ehud Guttel and Alon Harel Probability Matching and the Law: A Behavioral Challenge to Law & Economics (07/2004)

Contrary to the conventional assumption that individuals maximize payoffs, robust experimental...

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