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Thu Oct 16 18:02:29 2014 UTClccn-n868191010.00Vrednotenje opcij in aplikacija metode Monte Carlo : magistrsko delo /0.500.96An optimal conviction policy for offenses that may have been committed by accident /82533918Ariel_Rubinsteinn 868191011553020Rubinshṭain, AriʾelRubinshtain, Ariel 1951-Rubinstein, A.Rwbiynšṭayn, ʾAriyʾel 1951-...Rwbiynšṭayyn, ʾAriyʾel 1951-...רבינשטיין, אריאלרובינשטיין, אריאל.רובינשטיין אריאל 1951-....רובינשטין, אריאלרובינשטין אריאל 1951-....ルビンシュタインlccn-n90603748Osborne, Martin J.lccn-n2001052959Universitat Tel-AvivEitan Berglas School of Economicslccn-no91007163Foerder Institute for Economic Researchnp-wolinsky, asherWolinsky, Asherhnrlccn-nr97003043Sackler Institute for Economic Studiesviaf-105095401Piccione, Michelelccn-n81147236Binmore, Kennc-tel aviv university$eitan berglas school of economicsTel Aviv UniversityEitan Berglas School of Economicsnp-piccione, michelePiccione, Micheleviaf-106307951Glazer, JacobRubinstein, ArielGame theoryEconomic manDecision makingRational expectations (Economic theory)Economics--LanguageEconomicsNegotiationCapitalismEconomics--Sociological aspectsMicroeconomicsEconomics, MathematicalMathematicsEconomic policyEconomics--Mathematical modelsRationalismEquilibrium (Economics)Criminal justice, Administration ofEquilibrium (Economics)--Econometric modelsNegotiation in business--Mathematical modelsCooperation--Econometric modelsNegotiation--Econometric modelsNegotiation--Mathematical modelsOptions (Finance)SloveniaStrategic planningLanguage and languagesCooperation--Mathematical models195119631977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092011201220136794134374153.83HD30.23ocn797487865ocn760345150ocn837963989ocn753340550ocn753340650ocn753248502200118ocn042855025file19970.37Rubinstein, ArielModeling bounded rationalityAnnotation+-+2236367175324164921ocn051525585file20000.50Rubinstein, ArielEconomics and language five essays"This book comprises five essays investigating both the economics of language and the language of economics. Ariel Rubinstein touches on the structure imposed on binary relations in daily language, the evolutionary development of the meaning of words, game-theoretical considerations of pragmatics, the language of economic agents, and the rhetoric of game theory. These essays are full of challenging ideas for social scientists that should help to encourage a fundamental rethinking of many of the underlying assumptions in economic theory and game theory."--Jacket+-+8915756605324131634ocn029952182book19940.50Osborne, Martin JA course in game theorySe analizan las principales ideas de la teoría de juegos y las diferentes interpretaciones de sus conceptos básicos, incluyendo más de 100 ejercicios+-+659501717540618ocn021041341book19900.74Osborne, Martin JBargaining and markets+-+078137076534720ocn059148352book20060.74Rubinstein, ArielLecture notes in microeconomic theory : the economic agentThis book presents Ariel Rubinstein's lecture notes for the first part of his well-known graduate course in microeconomics. Developed during the fifteen years that Rubinstein taught the course at Tel Aviv University, Princeton University, and New York University, these notes provide a critical assessment of models of rational economic agents, and are an invaluable supplement to any primary textbook in microeconomic theory. In this fully revised and expanded second edition, Rubinstein retains the striking originality and deep simplicity that characterize his famously engaging style of teaching+-+06857664153409ocn839686284file20120.53Rubinstein, ArielEconomic fables3168ocn022860628book19900.70Rubinstein, ArielGame theory in economics146ocn060160240book19970.56Rubinstein, ArielDefinable preferences : an example114ocn059374334art20020.47Piccione, MicheleModelling the economic interaction of agents with diverse abilities to recognise equilibrium patterns114ocn497775874art19970.66Osborne, Martin JGames with procedurally rational players105ocn059582875book20000.59Rubinstein, ArielA, A, A, A, A or A, A, B, C, D? : over-diversification in repeated decision problems103ocn535449297book20000.59Huberman, GurCorrect belief, wrong action and a puzzling gender difference92ocn041131158book19970.63Rubinstein, ArielChoice problems with a "reference point"96ocn849227184book19850.47Binmore, K. GNash bargaining solution in economic modelling83ocn041671396book19990.47Rubinstein, ArielExperience from a course in game theory : pre and post-class problem sets as a didactic device85ocn038691104book19860.59Abreu, DilipThe structure of Nash equilibrium in repeated games with finite automata85ocn027972205book19890.92Binmore, K. GNoncooperative models of bargaining82ocn034291594book19950.66Rubinstein, ArielNaive strategies in competitive games83ocn005466808book19790.96Rubinstein, ArielAn optimal conviction policy for offenses that may have been committed by accident85ocn746855558book19970.82Glazer, JacobDebates and decisions : on a rationale of argumentation rules111ocn316341643book20090.59Rubinstein, Ariel<>21ocn444786795book2007Jager, KatjaVrednotenje opcij in aplikacija metode Monte Carlo : magistrsko delo+-+2236367175324+-+2236367175324Thu Oct 16 15:15:49 EDT 2014batch16303