Publications

Advanced search

E.g., 19/06/2018
E.g., 19/06/2018
show/hide advanced search
Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
248 Robert J. Aumann & Aviad Heifetz Incomplete Information (06/2001) Handbook of Game Theory, with Economic Applications, Vol. III, R. J. Aumann and S. Hart (eds.), Elsevier North-Holland (2002).

In interactive contexts such as games and economies, it is important to take account not only of...

125 Bezalel Peleg A Difficulty with Nash's Program: A Proof of a Special Case (12/1996) Economics Letters 55 (1997), 305-308

Let g be a cooperative game and let N be the set of players of g. According to Nash's Program N...

332 Yuval Salant Learning the decisions of small committees (09/2003)

A committee is a collection of members, where every member has a linear ordering on the...

211 Ilan Yaniv & Yaacov Schul Acceptance and Elimination Procedures in Choice: Non-Complementarity and the Role of Implied Status Quo (02/2000) Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 82 (2000), 293-313

The present research contrasts two seemingly complementary decision strategies: acceptance and...

413 Abraham Neyman Existence of Optimal Strategies in Markov Games with Incomplete Information (12/2005)

The existence of a value and optimal strategies is proved for the class of two-person repeated...

297 Gary Bornstein Intergroup conflict: Individual, group and collective interests. (08/2002) Personality and Social Psychology Review, 7 (2003), 129-145

Intergroup conflicts generally involve conflicts of interests within the competing groups as...

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...

(03/2012)

finite set of contracts. A solution concept - agreement - generalizes the notion of a stable...

377 Olivier Gossner, Penelope Hernandez and Abraham Neyman Optimal Use of Communication Resources (12/2004)

We study a repeated game with asymmetric information about a dynamic state of nature. In the...

93 Theo S. H. Driessen An Alternative Game-Theoretic Analysis of a Bankruptcy Problem from the Talmud: The Case of the Greedy Bankruptcy Game (01/1996) In: Game Theory IV, year 1998 (yearbook ''Theory of Games and Applications'') (Eds. L.A. Petrosjan and V.V. Mazalov) Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York, USA (1998), 45-61

The bankruptcy problem from the Talmud is modelled as a game (in coalitional form with...

Pages