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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
239 Zvika Neeman & Nir Vulkan Markets Versus Negotiations: the Emergence of Centralized Markets (02/2001)

We study the incentives of privately informed traders who have access to two forms of trade:...

19 Bezalel Peleg & Stef Tijs The Consistency Principle for Games in Strategic Form (11/1992) International Journal of Game Theory 25 (1996), 13-34

We start with giving an axiomatic characterization of the Nash equilibrium (NE) correspondence...

441 Clelia Di Serio, Yosef Rinott and Marco Scarsini Simpson’s Paradox for the Cox Model (01/2007) Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 36, 463-480 (2009)

In the context of survival analysis, we define a covariate X as protective (detrimental) for the...

323 Bezalel Peleg, Hans Peters, and Ton Storcken Constitutional implementation of social choice correspondences (07/2003) International Journal of Game Theory 33 (2005), 381-396

A game form constitutionally implements a social choice correspondence if it implements it in...

105 Mor Amitai Repeated Games with Incomplete Information on Both Sides (06/1996)

We analyze the set of equilibria of two-person repeated games with incomplete information on...

529 Yakov Babichenko Completely Uncoupled Dynamics and Nash Equilibria (01/2010)

A completely uncoupled dynamic is a repeated play of a game, where each period every player...

68 Rudolf Avenhaus, Bernhard von Stengel & Shmuel Zamir Inspection Games (02/1995) In R. J. Aumann & S. Hart (eds.), Handbook of Game Theory, Vol. III, (2002) North-Holland

Starting with the analysis of arms control and disarmament problems in the sixties, inspection...

328 Eytan Sheshinski On Atmosphere Externality and Corrective Taxes (07/2003)

It has been argued that in the presence of an ’Atmosphere Externality’ and competitive behavior...

207 Jens Leth Hougaard, Bezalel Peleg & Lars Thorlund-Petersen On the set of Lorenz-maximal imputations in the core of a balanced game (11/1999) International Journal of Game Theory 30(2001), 147-165

This paper considers the set of Lorenz-maximal imputations in the core of a balanced cooperative...

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...

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