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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
458 Tamar Keasar, Adi Sadeh and Avi Shmida Variability in Nectar Production and Yield, and their Relation to Pollinator Visits, in a Mediterranean Shrub (07/2007) Arthropod Plant interactions 2 (2008), 117-123

Nectar yields (standing crops) in flowers within an individual plant are often highly variable....

170 Salvador Barbera, Michael Maschler & Jonathan Shalev Voting for Voters: A Model of Electoral Evolution (04/1998)

We model the decision problems faced by the members of societies whose new members are...

540 Edith Cohen, Michal Feldman, Amos Fiat, Haim Kaplan and Svetlana Olonetsky Truth and Envy in Capacitated Allocation Games (02/2010)

We study auctions with additive valuations where agents have a limit on the number of items they...

255 Pradeep Dubey & Chien-wei Wu When Less Competition Induces More Product Innovation (06/2001) Economics Letters 74 (2002), 309-312.

Consider firms which engage in Cournot competition over a common product, but can undertake...

34 Rudolf Avenhaus & Shmuel Zamir Game-Theoretical Analysis of Material Accountancy (09/1993)

Game theoretical models and analysis are provided for the sequential material accountancy...

133 Vijay Krishna & Motty Perry Efficient Mechanism Design (03/1997)

We study Bayesian mechanism design in the context of multidimensional types and quasi-linear...

337 Sergiu Hart An Axiomatization of the Consistent Non-Transferable Utility Value (10/2003) International Journal of Game Theory 33 (2005), 355-366

The Maschler-Owen consistent value for non-transferable utility games is axiomatized, by means...

218 Daniel Granot, Michael Maschler & Jonathan Shalev Voting for Voters: The Unanimity Case (05/2000) International Journal of Game Theory 31 (2003), 155-202.

We present a simplified model of the evolution of a society which is regulated by a formal...

420 Donald Ornstein and Benjamin Weiss Entropy is the Only Finitely Observable Invariant (05/2006)

Our main purpose is to present a very surprising new characterization of the Shannon entropy of...

305 Yosef Rinott and Michael Tam Monotone Regrouping, Regression, and Simpson’s Paradox (12/2002) The American Statistician 57 (2003), 139-141

We show in a general setup that if data Y are grouped by a covariate X in a certain way, then...

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