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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
246 Hans Keiding & Bezalel Peleg Stable Voting Procedures for Committees in Economic Environments (06/2001) Journal of Mathematical Economics 30 (2001), 117-140

A strong representation of a committee, formalized as a simple game, on a convex and closed set...

460 Zur Shapira and Itzhak Venezia On the Preference for Full-Coverage Policies: Why do People buy too much Insurance? (08/2007) Journal of Economic Psychology 29 (2008), 747-761

One of the most intriguing questions in insurance is the preference of consumers for low or zero...

166 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell A Simple Adaptive Procedure Leading to Correlated Equilibrium (revision of Discussion Paper #126) (03/1998) Econometrica 68 (2000), 1127-1150

We propose a new and simple adaptive procedure for playing a game: " regretmatching." In this...

304 Itamar Pitowsky Betting on the Outcomes of Measurements: A Bayesian Theory of Quantum Probability (11/2002) Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 34 (2003), 395-414

We develop a systematic approach to quantum probability as a theory of rational betting in...

64 Jacob Glazer & Motty Perry Virtual Implementation in Backwards Induction (12/1994) Games and Economic Behavior 15 (1996), 27-32

We examine a sequential mechanism which is a simple modification of the normal form mechanism...

542 Omer Lev A Two-Dimensional Problem of Revenue Maximization (04/2010)

We consider the problem of finding the mechanism that maximizes the revenue of a seller of...

383 Ruth Gavison Implications of Seeing Israel as a Jewish (and Democratic) State (in Hebrew) (02/2005) Published as "Meaning and Implications of the Jewishness of Israel", in The Jewishness of Israel, Ravitzky and Stern (eds.), IDI (2007), 107-178

The paper starts from the fact that Israel is described as a 'Jewish and Democratic' state. It...

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

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

214 Oscar Volij & Eyal Winter On Risk Aversion and Bargaining Outcomes (03/2000) Games and Economic Behavior 41 (2002), 120-140.

We revisit the well-known result that asserts that an increase in the degree of one's risk...

422 Ilan Yaniv The Benefit of Additional Opinions (05/2006) Current Directions in Psychological Science 13 (2004), 75-78

In daily decision making, people often solicit one another's opinions in the hope of improving...

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