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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
598 Salomon Israel, Ori Weisel, Richard P. Ebstein, and Gary Bornstein Oxytocin, but not Vasopressin, Increases both Parochial and Universal Altruism (02/2012) Psychoneuroendocrinology (forthcoming)

In today's increasingly interconnected world, deciding with whom and at what level to...

479 Yevgeni Berzak and Michael Fink Manipulating Allocation Justice: How Framing Effects can Increase the Prevalence of the Talmudic Division Principle "Shnaim Ohazin" (04/2008)

In the role of judges in bankruptcy problems, people may prescribe various just divisions of the...

191 Klaus Abbink, Abdolkarim Sadrieh & Shmuel Zamir The Covered Response Ultimatum Game (02/1999)

We report an experiment on the covered response ultimatum game, in which the proposer is not...

562 Yakov Babichenko How Long to Pareto Efficiency? (10/2010)

We consider uncoupled dynamics (i.e., dynamics where each player knows only his own payoff...

278 Gil Kalai, Ariel Rubinstein & Ran Spiegler Rationalizing Choice Functions by Multiple Rationales (11/2001) Econometrica 70 (2002), 2481-2488.

The paper presents a notion of rationalizing choice functions that violate the “Independence of...

154 Gary Bornstein & Ilan Yaniv Individual and Group Behavior in the Ultimatum Game: Are Groups More 'Rational' Players? (09/1997) Experimental Economics 1 (1998), 101-108

This paper reports two ultimatum game experiments comparing the behavior of individuals with...

524 Itai Arieli and Yehuda (John) Levy Infinite Sequential Games with Perfect but Incomplete Information (11/2009)

Infinite sequential games, in which Nature chooses a Borel winning set and reveals it to one of...

400 Gil Kalai Thoughts on Noise and Quantum Computation (08/2005)

 We will try to explore, primarily from the complexity-theoretic point of view, limitations of...

116 Olivier Gossner Comparison of Information Structures (09/1996) Games and Economic Behavior 30 (2000), 44-63.

We introduce two ways of comparing two information structures, say I and J. First, I is richer...

490 Sergiu Hart Nash Equilibrium and Dynamics (09/2008) Games and Economic Behavior 71 (2011), 6-8

John F. Nash, Jr., submitted his Ph.D. dissertation entitled Non-Cooperative Games to Princeton...

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