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- 271: Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part V: Operations on scales, and evaluation of prospects
*Wulf Albers*
- 270: Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part IV: Task dependence of smallest received money units, nonexistence of general utility functions, and related paradoxa
*Wulf Albers*
- 269: Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part III: Perception of numerical information, and relations to traditional solution concepts
*Wulf Albers*
- 268: The selection of mixed strategies in 2 x 2 bimatrix games
*Wulf Albers* and *Bodo Vogt*
- 267: Equilibrium selection in 2 x 2 bimatrix games with preplay communication
*Bodo Vogt* and *Wulf Albers*
- 266: Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part II: Exactness selection rule, and confirming results
*Wulf Albers*, *Eike Albers*, *Leif Albers* and *Bodo Vogt*
- 265: Foundations of a theory of prominence in the decimal system. Part I: Numerical response as a process, exactness, scales, and structure of scales
*Wulf Albers*
- 264: Coalition formation in general NTU games
*Anke Gerber*
- 263: Characterizations of two extended Walras solutions for open economies
*Bernd Korthues*
- 262: Nucleoli as maximizers of collective satisfaction functions
*Peter Sudhölter* and *Bezalel Peleg*
- 261: An improvement on the existence proof of joint plan equilibria
*Robert Samuel Simon*
- 260: The difference between common knowledge of formulas and sets: Part II
*Robert Samuel Simon*
- 259: The welfare implications of an ecological tax reform under monopoly
*Thorsten Bayındır-Upmann*
- 258: A note on existence of equilibria in generalized economies
*Bezalel Peleg*
- 257: The canonical extensive form of a game form. Part II - Representation
*Peter Sudhölter* and *Joachim Rosenmüller*
- 256: Consistency and its convers: an approach for economies
*Bernd Korthues*
- 255: The existence of Nash equilibria in two-person, infinitely repeated undiscounted games of incomplete information
*Robert Samuel Simon*
- 254: Partial equilibrium in pure exchange economies
*Bezalel Peleg*
- 253: The canonical extensive form of a game form. Part I - Symmetries
*Bezalel Peleg*, *Joachim Rosenmüller* and *Peter Sudhölter*
- 252: The difference between common knowledge of formulas and sets: Part I
*Robert Samuel Simon*
- 251: A further extension of the KKMS theorem
*Yakar Kannai* and *Myrna Wooders*
- 250: Axiomatizations of game theoretical solutions for one-output cost sharing problems
*Peter Sudhölter*
- 249: Two games of interjurisdictional competition where local governments provide industrial public goods
*Thorsten Bayindir-Upmann*
- 248: Separable aggregation and the existence of Nash equilibrium
*Nikolai Kukushkin*
- 247: A formal approach to Nash's program
*Bezalel Peleg*
- 246: Airport problems and consistent solution rules
*Jos Potters* and *Peter Sudhölter*
- 245: An exact implementation of the Nash bargaining solution in dominant strategies
*Walter Trockel*
- 244: The Nash solution as a von Neumann-Morgenstern utility function on bargaining games
*Anke Gerber*
- 243: Pigouvian taxes may fail even in a perfect world
*Till Requate*
- 242: Alienated extensions and common knowledge worlds
*Robert Samuel Simon*
- 241: Existence of generalized Walras equilibria for generalized economies
*Bernd Korthues*
- 240: The Shapley value for countably many players
*Diethard Pallaschke* and *Joachim Rosenmüller*
- 239: Interjurisdictional competition in emission taxes under imperfect competition of local firms
*Thorsten Upmann*
- 238: Interjurisdictional tax competition, provision of two local public goods, and environmental policy
*Thorsten Upmann*
- 237: Conservation of energy in nonatomic games
*Michael Ortmann*
- 236: Preservation of differences, potential, conservity
*Michael Ortmann*
- 235: On the existence of equilibrium in hierarchically structured economies
*Willy Spanjers*
- 234: Green taxes in oligopoly revisited: exogenous versus endogenous number of firms
*Till Requate*
- 233: Excessive and under-investment: on the incentives to adopt new technologies under Pigouvian taxes and tradeable permits
*Till Requate*
- 232: Solution concepts for c-convex, assignment, and m2-games
*Peter Sudhölter*
- 231: A Walrasian approach to bargaining games
*Walter Trockel*
- 230: An axiomatisation of Nash equilibria in economic situations
*Bezalel Peleg* and *Peter Sudhölter*
- 229: Endogenous structures of trade relationships in hierarchically structured economies with bid and ask prices and two commodities
*Willy Spanjers*
- 228: Bargaining with incomplete information: an axiomatic approach
*Joachim Rosenmüller*
- 227: Concave utility and individual demand
*Yakar Kannai*
- 226: Arbitrage and monopolistic market structures
*Willy Spanjers*
- 225: Bid and ask prices in hierarchically structured economies with two commodities
*Willy Spanjers*
- 224: Arbitrage and Walrasian equilibrium in hierarchically structured economies
*Willy Spanjers*
- 223: Population and environmental quality
*Mark B. Cronshaw* and *Till Requate*
- 222: Incentives to innovate under emission taxes and tradeable permits
*Till Requate*