Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Eyal Winter mostly deals with Mathematical economics, Shapley value, Microeconomics, Subgame perfect equilibrium and Game theory. Mathematical economics is frequently linked to Existential quantification in his study. His Shapley value research includes elements of Network formation and Directed graph.
Microeconomics is a component of his Returns to scale and Incentive studies. The Subgame perfect equilibrium study combines topics in areas such as Mechanism, Subgame, Social planner and Mechanism design. His study in Subgame is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bargaining problem and Partition.
Eyal Winter spends much of his time researching Mathematical economics, Microeconomics, Social psychology, Shapley value and Computer science. As a part of the same scientific family, Eyal Winter mostly works in the field of Mathematical economics, focusing on Characterization and, on occasion, Nash solution. His work in the fields of Microeconomics, such as Incentive, Production, Public good and Externality, intersects with other areas such as Task.
In his study, Nash equilibrium is inextricably linked to Experimental economics, which falls within the broad field of Social psychology. Shapley value combines with fields such as Value and Structure in his investigation. Eyal Winter interconnects Subgame perfect equilibrium and Convexity in the investigation of issues within Bargaining problem.
His primary areas of study are Computer science, Investment, Microeconomics, Social psychology and Law. His Investment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Payment and Politics. Eyal Winter has researched Microeconomics in several fields, including Organizational behavior and Operations management.
Eyal Winter works mostly in the field of Social psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Oxytocin and, in certain cases, Sex specific. His study on Strategic complements is covered under Mathematical economics. His research in Mathematical economics intersects with topics in Bounded rationality and Ecological rationality, Rationality, Principle of rationality.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Microeconomics, Context, Oxytocin and Deception. His research on Social psychology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Politics. His Microeconomics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Conventional wisdom.
His Context research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Incentive, Externality, Best response, Nash equilibrium and Equilibrium selection. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Young adult and Perception, Social perception.
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The shapley value
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
Incentives and Discrimination
The American Economic Review (2004)
Strategic information transmission with verifiable messages
Daniel J. Seidmann;Eyal Winter.
Order independent equilibria
Benny Moldovanu;Eyal Winter.
Games and Economic Behavior (1995)
Voting and vetoing
American Political Science Review (1996)
A value for cooperative games with levels structure of cooperation
International Journal of Game Theory (1989)
Alternating bid bargaining with a smallest money unit
E.E.C. van Damme;R. Selten;E. Winter;E. Winter.
Games and Economic Behavior (1990)
A THEORY OF GRADUAL COALITION FORMATION
Daniel J. Seidmann;Eyal Winter.
The Review of Economic Studies (1998)
Similarities and Differences When Building Trust: The Role of Cultures
Fabian Bornhorst;Andrea Ichino;Oliver Kirchkamp;Karl H. Schlag.
Experimental Economics (2010)
The consistency and potential for values of games with coalition structure
Games and Economic Behavior (1992)
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