LONG-TERM BEHAVIOR IN THE THEORY OF MOVES
ASPECTS OF ARRANGED MARRIAGES AND THE THEORY OF MARKOV DECISION PROCESSES
SIMPLE CHARACTERIZATIONS OF THE NASH AND KALAI/SMORODINSKY SOLUTIONS
BACKWARD INDUCTION IS NOT ROBUST
ON STALNAKER'S NOTION OF STRONG RATIONALIZABILITY AND NASH EQUILIBRIUM IN PERFECT INFORMATION GAMES
RESPONSE TO BONANNO AND NEHRING
THEORY AND DECISION