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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
331 Elizabeth Boyle and Zur Shapira Aspiration and Survival in “Jeopardy!” (09/2003) (revised in DP #417)

Behavior in dynamic competitive situations requires decision makers to evaluate their own as...

518 Robert J. Aumann Game Engineering (09/2009) Transcript of the lecture at Koźmiński University in Warsaw, Poland, May 14, 2008.

"Game Engineering" deals with the application of game theoretic methods to interactive...

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...

30 Frank Thuijsman, Bezalel Peleg, Mor Amitai & Avi Shmida Automata, Matching and Foraging Behavior of Bees (08/1993) Journal of Theoretical Biology 175 (1995), 305-316

In this paper we discuss two types of foraging strategies for bees. Each of these explicit...

461 Elchanan Ben-Porath and Aviad Heifetz Rationalizable Expectations (08/2007)

Consider an exchange economy with asymmetric information. What is the set of outcomes that are...

240 Peter Sudholter & Bezalel Peleg A Note on an Axiomatization of the Core of Market Games (05/2001) Mathematics of Operations Research 27 (2002), 441-444

As shown by Peleg, the core of market games is characterized by nonemptiness, individual...

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...

324 Hans Keiding and Bezalel Peleg On the Continuity of Representations of Effectivity Functions (07/2003) Journal of Mathematical Economics 42 (2006), 827-842

An effectivity function assigns to each coalition of individuals in a society a family of...

79 Mathias Risse A Syntactic Model of Forgetting: A Partially Solved Problem (06/1995)

We look at a set % of states of the world which are defined as maximal consistent lists of...

340 Yaakov Kareev and Massimo Warglien Cognitive Overload and the Evaluation of Risky Alternatives: The Effects of Sample Size, Information Format and Attitude To Risk (10/2003)

When the amount of information to be dealt with exceeds people’s short-term memory capacity,...

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