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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
356 Michael Goldstein, Paul Irvine, Eugene Kandel and Zvi Wiener Brokerage Commissions and Institutional Trading Patterns (03/2004)

Why do brokers charge per-share commissions to institutional traders? What determines the...

170 Salvador Barbera, Michael Maschler & Jonathan Shalev Voting for Voters: A Model of Electoral Evolution (04/1998)

We model the decision problems faced by the members of societies whose new members are...

152 Eilon Solan Repeated Team Games with Absorbing States (07/1997)

Two teams meet every day to play the same matrix game. Every entry in the matrix contains five...

53 Sergiu Hart & Dov Monderer Potentials and Weighted Values of Non-Atomic Games (08/1994) Mathematics of Operations Research 22 (1997), 619-630

The "potential approach" to value theory for finite games was introduced by Hart and Mas-Colell...

569 Alon Harel & Eyal Winter The Case for Discriminatory Sentencing: Why Identical Crimes May Deserve Different Sanctions (03/2011)

The traditional premise of criminal law is that criminals who are convicted of similar crimes...

439 Rachel Arnon, Tamar Keasar, Dan Cohen and Avi Shmida Vertical Orientation and Color Contrast and Choices by Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris L.) (12/2006)

The vertical inflorescences of several plant species are terminated by colorful bracts, which...

319 Tamar Kugler, Zvika Neeman, Nir Vulkan Markets Versus Negotiations: An Experimental Investigation (06/2003) Economic Behavior 56 (2006), 121-134

We consider the consequences of competition between two types of experimental exchange...

532 Ziv Hellman and Dov Samet How Common Are Common Priors? (02/2010) Forthcoming in Games and Economic Behavior

To answer the question in the title we vary agents' beliefs against the background of a fixed...

403 Eytan Sheshinski Longevity and Aggregate Savings (09/2005)

For the last fifty years, countries in Asia and elsewhere witnessed a surge in aggregate savings...

218 Daniel Granot, Michael Maschler & Jonathan Shalev Voting for Voters: The Unanimity Case (05/2000) International Journal of Game Theory 31 (2003), 155-202.

We present a simplified model of the evolution of a society which is regulated by a formal...

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