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2-person Bayesian implementation |
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20 |
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A Hurwicz type result in a model with public good production |
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7 |
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15 |
86 |

A Necessary and Sufficient Condition for Two-Person Nash Implementation |
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89 |
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232 |

A characterization of single-peaked preferences via random social choice functions |
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2 |
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45 |

An extreme point characterization of random strategy-proof social choice functions: The two alternative case |
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23 |
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4 |
82 |

Another direct proof of the Gibbard-Satterthwaite Theorem |
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5 |
182 |
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393 |

Bayesian Implementation: The Necessity of Infinite Mechanisms |
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22 |
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2 |
70 |

Book Review: “Oligopoly, Auctions and Market Quality” by Krishnendu Ghosh Dastidar |
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Conditional expected utility criteria for decision making under ignorance or objective ambiguity |
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2 |
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18 |

Continuity and incentive compatibility in cardinal mechanisms |
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6 |
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36 |

Corrigendum to "Strategy-proof social choice correspondences" [J. Econ. Theory 101 (2001) 374-394] |
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17 |
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3 |
98 |

Dictatorial domains |
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98 |
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339 |

Efficient allocation of heterogenous commodities with balanced transfers |
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13 |
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51 |

Extensive Form Implementation in Incomplete Information Environments |
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36 |
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113 |

Implementation in generic environments |
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145 |

Implementation in undominated strategies by bounded mechanisms: The Pareto correspondence and a generalization |
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14 |
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2 |
8 |
72 |

Implementation under strong equilibrium: A complete characterization |
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83 |
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144 |

Incentive-compatible voting rules with positively correlated beliefs |
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8 |
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63 |

Limiting behaviour of Dickey-Fuller t-tests under the crash model alternative |
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91 |
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364 |

Matching with partners and projects |
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Nash implementation through elementary mechanisms in economic environments |
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35 |
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133 |

Nash implementation with partially honest individuals |
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63 |
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190 |

On cost sharing in the provision of a binary and excludable public good |
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15 |
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On domains that admit well-behaved strategy-proof social choice functions |
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12 |
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Ordinally Bayesian Incentive Compatible Voting Rules |
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325 |

Pairwise partition graphs and strategy-proof social choice in the exogenous indifference class model |
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Probabilistic strategy-proof rules over single-peaked domains |
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Random dictatorship domains |
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Ranking Opportunity Sets and Arrow Impossibility Theorems: Correspondence Results |
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Robertsʼ Theorem with neutrality: A social welfare ordering approach |
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Separable Preferences, Strategyproofness, and Decomposability |
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208 |

Strategy-Proof Probabilistic Mechanisms in Economies with Pure Public Goods |
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27 |
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87 |

Strategy-proof Cardinal Decision Schemes |
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26 |
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82 |

Strategy-proof Social Choice Correspondences |
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41 |
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151 |

Strategy-proof cardinal decision schemes |
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21 |
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63 |

Strategy-proofness and Pareto-efficiency in quasi-linear exchange economies |
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37 |
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8 |
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241 |

Subgame perfect implementation: A necessary and almost sufficient condition |
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95 |
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1 |
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229 |

The Gibbard random dictatorship theorem: a generalization and a new proof |
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21 |
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82 |

The Shapley value as the maximizer of expected Nash welfare |
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13 |
1 |
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48 |

The decomposition of strategy-proof random social choice functions on dichotomous domains |
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6 |
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The structure of strategy-proof random social choice functions over product domains and lexicographically separable preferences |
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12 |
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63 |

Top-Pair and Top-Triple Monotonicity |
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26 |
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82 |

Tops-only domains |
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28 |
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181 |

Understanding When Agents Are Fairmen or Gamesmen |
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40 |
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189 |

Virtual Implementation in Nash Equilibrium |
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167 |
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Weak Monotonicity Characterizes Deterministic Dominant-Strategy Implementation |
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72 |
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372 |

Total Journal Articles |
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6 |
41 |
1,611 |
14 |
36 |
167 |
6,527 |