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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
241 Pradeep Dubey, John Geanakoplos & Martin Shubik Default and Punishment in General Equilibrium (05/2001)

We extend the standard model of general equilibrium with incomplete markets to allow for default...

402 Tomer Wexler Evolutionary Dynamics for Large Populations in Games with Multiple Backward Induction Equilibria (09/2005)

This work follows "Evolutionary dynamics and backward induction" (Hart [2000]) in the study of...

204 Harel Goren & Gary Bornstein The Effects of Intra-group Communication on Intergroup Cooperation in the Repeated Intergroup Prisoner's Dilemma (IPD) Game (09/1999) Journal of Conflict Resolution 44, 700-719

We report an experiment on individual and group behavior in intergroup conflict as modeled by...

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...

407 Ester Samuel-Cahn When Should You Stop and what do You Get? Some Secretary Problems (10/2005) Published as "Optimal Stopping for I.I.D. Random Variables", Sequential Analysis 26 (2007), 395-401

A version of a secretary problem is considered: Let Xj, j = 1,...,n be i.i.d. random variables....

290 Alon Klement & Zvika Neeman Against Compromise: A Mechanism Design Approach (05/2002) Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 21 (2005), 285-314

We consider the following situation. A risk-neutral plaintiff sues a risk-neutral defendant for...

49 Eyal Winter Voting and Vetoing (06/1994) American Political Science Review 90 (1996), 813-823

The consequences of veto power in committees is analyzed using the approach of non-cooperative...

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first uncountable ordinal, and that this bound is tight. Also, we examine the connection between...

371 Sergiu Hart and Andreu Mas-Colell Stochastic Uncoupled Dynamics and Nash Equilibrium (09/2004) Games and Economic Behavior 57 (2006), 286-303

In this paper we consider dynamic processes, in repeated games, that are subject to the natural...

579 Ron Peretz Correlation through Bounded Recall Strategies (07/2011)

Two agents independently choose mixed m-recall strategies that take actions in finite action...

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