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119 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro & Avi Shmida Exploration Effort in Foraging Bees Is Enhanced by Clustering of Food Resources (11/1996)

Foraging can be viewed as a dual activity: a food-collection process, and an exploration process...

118 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro & Avi Shmida Foraging as an Exploratory Activity in Bees: The Effect of Patch Variability (11/1996)

Foraging can be viewed as a dual activity: a food-collection process, and an exploration process...

124 Sergiu Hart & Yair Tauman Market Crashes without External Shocks [Revised] (12/1996) Journal of Business 77 (2004), 1-8

It is shown here that market crashes and bubbles can arise without external shocks. Sudden...

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...

162 Abraham Neyman Cooperation in Repeated Games When the Number of Stages Is Not Commonly Known (revision of Discussion Paper #65) (01/1997) Econometrica 67 (1999), 45-64.
129 Peter Sudholter & Bezalel Peleg Nucleoli as Maximizers of Collective Satisfaction Functions (01/1997) Social Choice and Welfare 15 (1998), 383-411

Two preimputations of a given TU game can be compared via the Lorenz order applied to the...

126 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell A Simple Adaptive Procedure Leading to Correlated Equilibrium (01/1997) (revised in DP #166)

We propose a simple adaptive procedure for playing a game. In this procedure, players depart...

127 Eilon Solan (Min Max)2=Min Max (01/1997)

A repeated game with absorbing states is played over the infinite future. A fixed one-shot game...

128 Eilon Solan 3-Person Repeated Games with Absorbing States (01/1997)

Every 3-person repeated game with absorbing states has an equilibrium payoff.

132 Bezalel Peleg Implementation of the Core of a Marriage Problem (02/1997)

We consider the prosaic system of matching which is specified by the following two common rules...

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