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26-Jan-2010Rationalizable votingTasos Kalandrakis; Department of Political Science, University of Rochester
7-Sep-2006Regret testing: learning to play Nash equilibrium without knowing you have an opponentDean P. Foster; Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; H. Peyton Young; Johns Hopkins University and University of Oxford
4-Mar-2008Repeated games with incomplete information on one sideMarcin Peski; Department of Economics, University of Chicago
4-Mar-2008Repeated games with incomplete information on one sideMarcin Peski; Department of Economics, University of Chicago
9-Jun-2009A resurrection of the Condorcet Jury TheoremYukio Koriyama; Dértement d'Éonomie, Éole Polytechnique, Palaiseau; Balazs Szentes; Department of Economics, University College London
2-Mar-2006Revenue comparisons for auctions when bidders have arbitrary typesYeon-Koo, Che; Columbia University and University of Wisconsin--Madison; Ian, Gale; Georgetown University
3-May-2011Revenue maximization in the dynamic knapsack problemDeniz Dizdar; Department of Economics, Bonn University; Alex Gershkov; Department of Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Benny Moldovanu; Department of Economics, Bonn University
4-Mar-2008Rigidity in bilateral trade with holdupRui R. Zhao; Department of Economics, University at Albany, SUNY
4-Mar-2008Rigidity in bilateral trade with holdupRui R. Zhao; Department of Economics, University at Albany, SUNY
1-Dec-2008Risk taking and gender in hierarchiesSuzanne Scotchmer; Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
23-Jan-2011Robustness to incomplete information in repeated gamesSylvain Chassang; Department of Economics, Princeton University; Satoru Takahashi; Department of Economics, Princeton University
3-May-2011Robust stability in matching marketsFuhito Kojima; Department of Economics, Stanford University
1-Mar-2009Robust virtual implementationDirk Bergemann; Department of Economics, Yale University; Stephen Morris; Department of Economics, Princeton University
23-Jan-2011Search, choice, and revealed preferenceAndrew Caplin; Department of Economics, New York University; Mark Dean; Department of Economics, Brown University
5-Sep-2007Secure implementationTatsuyoshi Saijo; Osaka University; Tomas Sjostrom; Rutgers University; Takehiko Yamato; Tokyo Institute of Technology
23-Jan-2011A simple status quo that ensures participation (with application to efficient bargaining)Ilya R. Segal; Department of Economics, Stanford University; Michael D. Whinston; Department of Economics, Northwestern University
17-May-2010Strategic experimentation with Poisson banditsGodfrey Keller; Department of Economics, University of Oxford; Sven Rady; Department of Economics, University of Munich
9-Jun-2009Strategy-proofness and single-crossingAlejandro Saporiti; School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester
6-Dec-2006A study in the pragmatics of persuasion: a game theoretical approachJacob Glazer; Tel Aviv University and Boston University; Ariel Rubinstein; Tel Aviv University and New York University
1-Sep-2008Subjective expected utility in gamesAlfredo Di Tillio; Department of Economics and IGIER, Universitàocconi
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