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1199 Learning Rare Events, and Recurrent Market Crashes in Frictionless Economies Without Intrinsic Uncertainty
Alvaro Sandroni, November 1997.
 
1198 An Evolutionary Approach to Congestion
William H. Sandholm, December 7, 1997.
 
1197 Refinements and Social Order Beliefs: A Unified Survey
Atsushi Kajii and Stephen Morris, October 1997.
 
1196 Social Choice Theory, Game Theory, and Positive Political Theory
David Austen-Smith and Jeffrey S. Banks, October 1997.
 
1195 Abstention in Elections with Asymmetric Information and Diverse Preferences
Timothy Fedderson and Wolfgang Pesendorfer, October 1997.
 
1194 Theory of the Firm with Non-Binding Employment Contracts
Asher Wolinsky, October 1997.
 
1193 Payoff Continuity in Incomplete Information Games
Atsushi Kajii and Stephen Morris, June 1997.
 
1192 The Speed of Rational Learning
Alvaro Sandroni, July, 1997.
 
1191 Nash Equilibrium and the Evolution of Preferences
Jeffrey C. Ely and Okan Yilankaya, August 1997.
 
1190 Switching Costs in Frequently Repeated Games
Barton L. Lipman and Ruqu Wang, July 1997.
 
1189 Large Poisson Games
Roger B. Myerson, June 1997.
 
1188 Dynamic Voluntary Contribution to a Public Project
Leslie M. Marx and Steven A. Matthews, June 13, 1997.
 
1187 Explaining Positional Voting Paradoxes II: The General Case
Donald G. Saari, April 1997.
 
1186 The Optimal Design of a Market
Matthew O. Jackson and Sandro Brusco, April 1997.
 
1185 A Patentability Requirement For Sequential Innovation
Ted O'Donoghue, March 20, 1997.
 
1184 False Reputation in a Society of Players
Matthew O. Jackson and Ehud Kalai, March 1997.
 
1183 Complementarity, Instability, and Multiplicity
Kiminori Matsuyama, March 1997.
 
1182 A Proof of Calibration Via Blackwell's Approachability Theorem
Dean P. Foster, February 1997.
 
1181 Incentives for Procrastinators
Ted O'Donoghue and Matthew Rabin, February 25,1997.
 
1180 An Information Theoretic Comparison of Model Selection Criteria
Dean P. Foster and Robert A. Stine, February 1997.
 
1179 Explaining Positional Voting Paradoxes: The Simple Case
Donald G. Saari, January 1997.
 
1178 Random-Player Games
Igal Milchtaich, January 1997.
 
1177 Patterns, Types, and Bayesian Learning
M. Jackson, E. Kalai, and R. Smorodinsky, January 1997; Revised as DP #1228.
 
1176 On Transversals and Systems of Distinct Representatives
L. Hurwicz and S. Reiter, January 1997, revised March 1998.
(Formerly titled On Representing Classes of Sets)
 
1175 Education Signaling with Preemptive Offers
Jeroen M. Swinkels, January 1997.
 
1174 Pivotal Players and the Characterization of Influence
Nabil I. Al-Najjar and Rann Smorodinsky, November 1996, revised April 1997.
 
1173 Asymptotic Efficiency for Discriminatory Private Value Auctions
Jeroen M. Swinkels, October 1996.
 
1172 Doing It Now or Later
Ted O'Donoghue and Matthew Rabin, December 9, 1996.
 
1171 Disciplined Coalitions and Redistribution: The Effect of the Vote of Confidence Procedure on Legislative Bargaining
Daniel Diermeier and Timothy J. Feddersen, October 1996.
 
1170 Convicting the Innocent: The Inferiority of Unanimous Jury Verdicts
Timothy Feddersen and Wolfgang Pesendorfer, November 1996.
 
1169 Information and Organization for Horizontal Multi-market Coordination
Krishnan S. Anand and Haim Mendelson.
 
1168 Efficiency and Information Aggregation in Auctions
Wolfgang Pesendorfer and Jeroen Swinkels, October 1996.
 
1167 Monetary Policy Announcements and Lagged Effects of the Supply Shocks
Carlos Usabiaga Ibanez and Jesus Rodriguez Lopez, October 7, 1996.
 
1166 A Theory of the Firm with Non-Binding Employment Contracts
Asher Wolinsky, June 1996.
 
1165 Developing Symbolic Dynamics to Measure The Complexity of Repeated Game Strategies by Topological Entropy
Erik M. Bollt and Michael A. Jones, September 1996.
 
1164 On the Robustness of Factor Structures to Asset Repackaging
Nabil I. Al-Najjar, October 1995, revised January 1996.
 
1163 An Analysis of the New Keynesian Monopolistic Competition Model
Carlos Usabiaga and Maria Angeles Caraballo, September 1996.
 
1162 Fundamentals of Social Choice Theory
Roger B. Myerson, September 1996.
 
1161 How Proper is Sequential Equilibrium?
George J. Mailath, Larry Samuelson and Jeroen M. Swinkels, July 16, 1996.
 
1160 Aggregation and the Law of Large Numbers in Economies with a Continuum of Agents
Nabil Al-Najjar, March 1996, revised June 1996.
 
1159 Characterizing Uncertainty Aversion Through Preference for Mixtures
Peter Kilbanoff, July 1996.
 
1158 Simple and Clever Decision Rules in Single Population Evolutionary Models
William H. Sandholm, June 20, 1996.
 
1157 Time-Consistent Protection of an Infant- Industry: The Symmetric Oligopoly Case
Eugenio J. Miravete, May 8, 1996.
 
1156 Strategic Export Subsidies and Reciprocal Trade Agreements: The Natural Monopoly Case
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, April 1996.
 
1155 Economic Analysis of Political Institutions: An Introduction
Roger B. Myerson, April 1996.
 
1154 John Nash's Contribution to Economics
Roger B. Myerson, April 1996.
 
1153 Efficiency Wages and the Hours/Unemployment Trade-Off
Boaz Moselle, March 1996.
 
1152 Decomposition and Representation of Coalitional Games
Massimo Marinacci, Revised December 1995.
 
1151 Recurring Bullies, Trembling and Learning
Matthew Jackson and Ehud Kalai, April 1995.
 
1150 Reciprocal Trade Liberalization
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, January 1996.
 
1149 Information Acquisition in Affiliated Decision Problems
Nicola Persico, February 1996.
 
1148 Coordination Economies, Sequential Search and Advertising
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, October 1995, revised February 1996.
 
1147 The Loser's Curse and Information Aggregation in Common Value Auctions
Wolfgang Pesendorfer and Jeroen M. Swinkels, December 1995.
 
1146 History Dependent Brand Switching: Theory and Evidence
Itzhak Gilboa and Amit Pazgal, November 1995.
 
1145 Screening Consumers through Alternative Pricing Mechanisms
Eugenio J. Miravete, December 1995.
 
1144 Calibrated Forecasting and Merging
Ehud Kalai, Ehud Lehrer and Rann Smorodinsky, December 1995, revised August 1996.
 
1143 Incentive Contracts in Two-Sided Moral Hazards with Multiple Agents
Nabil I. Al-Najjar, November 1993, revised June 1996.
 
1142 Strategy-Proof Allotment Rules
Salvador Barbera, Matthew O. Jackson and Alejandro Neme, September 1995.
 
1141 Games, Computers, and O.R.
Ehud Kalai, October 1995.
 
1140 Factor Structures and Arbitrage Pricing in Large Asset Markets
Nabil I. Al-Najjar, May 1994, revised October 1995.
 
1139 Threats Without Binding Commitment
Steven Shavell and Kathryn Spier, September 28, 1995.
 
1138 Social Learning in Recurring Games
Matthew Jackson and Ehud Kalai, August 1995.
 
1137 The Classification of Continuation Probabilities
Michael A. Jones, July 1995.
 
1136 Cones of Cooperation for Indefinitely Repeated, Generalized Prisoner's Dilemma Games
Michael A. Jones, June 1995.
 
1135 Contract Renegotiation and Organizational Design
Michel Poitevin, July 1995.
 
1134 Lobbying and Incentives for Legislative Organization
Daniel Diermeier and Roger B. Myerson, June 1995.
 
1133 Dual Reduction and Elementary Games
Roger B. Myerson, June 1995.
 
1132 Connecting and Resolving Sen's and Arrow's Theorems
Donald G. Saari, June 1995.
 
1131 Capacity, Entry and Forward Induction
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, May 1990, revised June 1995.
 
1130 Protection and the Business Cycle
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, May 1995.
 
1129 Rational Reasoning and Rationalizable Sets
Geir B. Asheim and Martin Dufwenberg, June 1995.
 
1128 Individual and Collective Time-Consistency
Geir B. Asheim, June 1995.
 
1127 Case-Based Knowledge and Planning
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, April 1995.
 
1126 Satisfying Leads to Cooperation in Mutual Interests Games
Amit Pazgal, May 1995.
 
1125 Negativity Effect and the Emergence of Ideologies
Enriqueta Aragones, January 1994, revised June 1994.
 
1124 New Goods, Market Formations, and Pitfalls of System Design
Kiminori Matsuyama, May 1995.
 
1123 Economic Development as Coordination Problems
Kiminiori Matsuyama, April 1995.
 
1122 On the Relationship Between Risk-Dominance and Stochastic Stability
Toshimasa Maruta, March 1995.
 
1121 Coordination and the Structure of Firms
Stanley Reiter, May 1995, revised September 1996.
 
1120 Existence and Uniqueness of Equilibrium In First Place Auctions and War of Attrition with Affiliated Values
Alessandro Lizzeri and Nicola Persico, March 1995.
 
1119 A Linear Programming Framework for Network Games
A.B. Gamble and A.I. Pazgal, March 1995.
 
1118 Collusion Over the Business Cycle
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, January 1995.
 
1117 Voting Behavior and Information Aggregation in Elections with Private Information
T. Feddersen and W. Pesendorfer, October 1994, revised December 1994.
 
1116 Regulation of Duopoly: Managed Competition vs. Regulated Monopolies
Asher Wolinsky, December 1994.
 
1115 Dynamic Retail Price and Investment Competition
Kyle Bagwell, Garey Ramey and Daniel Spulber, Revised December 1994.
 
1114 When Are Non-Anonymous Players Negligible?
Drew Fudenberg, David Levine and Wolfgang Pesendorfer, January 5, 1995.
 
1113 The Generic Existence of a Core for q-Rules
Donald G. Saari, November 1994.
 
1112 Copeland Method II; Manipulation, Monotonicity, and Paradoxes
Vincent R. Merlin and Donald G. Saari.
 
1111 The Copeland Method I; Relationships and the Dictionary
Donald G. Saari and Vincent Merlin.
 
1110 Reaction to Price Changes and Aspiration Level Adjustments
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, June 1994.
 
1109 e-Consistent Equilibrium
Ehud Lehrer and Sylvain Sorin, June 1994.
 
1108 One-Shot Public Mediated Talk
Ehud Lehrer and Sylvain Sorin, May 1994, revised September 1994.
 
1107 Bid-Ask Spreads with Indirect Competition Among Specialists
Thomas Gehrig and Matthew Jackson, October 1994.
 
1106 Complementaries and Cumulative Processes In Models of Monopolistic Competition
Kiminiori Matsuyama, October 1994.
 
1105 Research Joint Ventures and Optimal R&D Policy with Asymmetric Information
Bruno Cassiman, October 1994.
 
1104 Sequentially Optimal Auctions
R. Preston McAfee and Daniel Vincent, October 1994.
 
1103 Extended Poisson Games and the Condorcet Jury Theorem
Roger B. Myerson, September 1994, revised June 1997.
 
1102 Population Uncertainty and Poisson Games
Roger B. Myerson, September 1994, revised June 1997.
 
1101 Approximate Competitive Equilibria in Large Economies
Matthew O. Jackson and Alejandro M. Manelli, September 1994.
 
1100 A Characterization of Efficient, Bayesian Incentive Compatible Mechanisms
Steven R. Williams, September 1994.
 
1099 Competition in Markets for Credence Goods
Asher Wolinsky, July 1994.
 
1098 A Strategic Model of Social and Economic Networks
Matthew O. Jackson and Asher Wolinsky, May 1995.
 
1097 Learning by Doing and Protection of an Infant-Industry
Eugenio J. Miravete, September 1993, revised September 1994.
 
1096 A Technical Primer on Auction Theory I: Independent Private Values
Steven A. Matthews, May 23, 1995.
 
1095 Analysis of Democratic Institutions: Structure, Conduct, and Performance
Roger B. Myerson, September 1994.
 
1094 Information and Revelation and Certification Intermediaries
Alessandro Lizzeri, May 1994.
 
1093 A Criterion for Evolutionary Stability in Repeated Games Played by Finite Automata
Xavier Vila, June 1994.
 
1092 Property Rights and Efficiency of Public-Good Mechanisms under Asymmetric Information
Zvika Neeman, March 1994, revised June 1994.
 
1091 A Chaotic Exploration of Aggregation Paradoxes
Donald G. Saari, June 1994.
 
1090 Information Structures on Maximal Consistent Sets
Toshimasa Maruta, May 1994.
 
1089 Bargaining, Veto Power, and Legislative Committees
Daniel Diermeier and Roger B. Myerson, May 1994.
 
1088 Bayes Without Bernoulli: Simple Conditions for Probabilistically Sophisticated Choice
Mark J. Machina and David Schmeidler, April 1994.
 
1087 Costly Information Acquisition, Price Volatility, and Efficiency in Competitive Market Games
Matthew O. Jackson and James Peck, December 1993, revised March 1994.
 
1086 Self-Defeating Regional Concentration
Kiminori Matsuyama and Takaaki Takahashi, May 1993, revised March 1994.
 
1085 A Lower Bound on Computational Complexity Given by Revelation Mechanisms
Kenneth R. Mount and Stanley Reiter, March 1994.
 
1084 A Model of Electoral Competition with Outside Options
Leonard M. Houantchekon, February 1994.
 
1083 Strategic Ambiguity in Electoral Competition
Enriqueta Aragones and Zvika Neeman, January 1994.
 
1082 On Endogenous Economic Regulation
Stanley Reiter, October 1993, revised June 1996.
 
1081 Act-Similarity in Case-Based Decision Theory
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, January 1994.
 
1080 On Modeling Computing with Human Agents
Kenneth R. Mount and Stanley Reiter, January 1994.
 
1079 Toward an Economic Theory of Pattern Formation
Kiminori Matsuyama, December 1993.
 
1078 Economic Incentives and the Defense Procurement Process
William P. Rogerson, December 1993.
 
1077 Subjective Games and Equilibria: I+
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, August 1993.
 
1076 Independence for Conditional Probability Systems
Leslie M. Marx and Jeroen M. Swinkels, November 27, 1993, revised January 11, 1994.
 
1075 Maintaining a Reputation Against A Long-Lived Opponent
M. Celentani, D. Fudenberg, D. Levine, W. Pesendorfer, Revised April 1995.
 
1074 Sequential Equilibria and Cheap Talk in Infinite Signaling Games. Part 2: Cheap Talk
Karl Iorio and Alejandro M. Manelli, revised March 11, 1993.
 
1073 Sequential Equilibria and Cheap Talk in Infinite Signaling Games. Part 1: Sequential Equilibria
Kark Iorio and Alejandro M. Manelli, revised March 11, 1993.
 
1072  Breaking the Barriers of the Feasible Set: On Repeated Games with Different Time Preferences
Ehud Lehrer and Ady Pauzner.
 
1071 Chaotic Equilibrium Dynamics in Endogenous Growth Models
Michele Boldrin, K. Nishihara, T. Shigoka, and M. Yano, revised 2001.
Formally known as "A Chaotic Map Arising in the Theory of Endogenous Growth," by Michele Boldrin and Nicola Persico," November 1993.
 
1070 Multilateral Tariff Cooperation During the Formation of Customs Unions
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, November 1993.
 
1069 Choice of Treatment Intensities by a Nonprofit Hospital Under Prospective Pricing
William P. Rogerson, October 1993.
 
1068 Labor Contracts and Business Cycles
Michele Boldrin and Michael Horvath, March 1994.
 
1067 Monotonicity of Solution Sets for Parameterized Optimization Problems
Leslie M. Marx, April 1993.
 
1066 Order Independence for Iterated Weak Dominance
Leslie M. Marx and Jeroen M. Swinkels, September 10, 1996; Revised from DP #1040.
 
1065 An Approach to Equilibrium Selection
Akihiko Matsui and Kiminori Matsuyama, November 1991, Revised September 1993.
 
1064 The Swing Voter's Curse
Timothy J. Feddersen and Wolfgang Pesendorfer, Revised October 1995.
 
1063 Axiomatic Derivation of Scoring Rules Without the Ordering Assumption
Roger B. Myerson, September 1993.
 
1062 Is There Always a 'Right' Extensive Form?
George J. Mailath, Larry Samuelson and Jeroen M. Swinkels, September 15, 1993.
 
1061 Regulation of Duopoly Under Asymmetric Information: Prices VS Quantities
Asher Wolinsky, August 1993, First Version April 1993.
 
1060 Inter-temporal Cost Allocation and Managerial Investment Incentives
William P. Rogerson, September, 1993.
 
1059 Binary Lottery Payoffs: Do They Control Risk Aversion?
Vesna Prasnikar, August 1993.
 
1058 Intermediation in Search Markets
Thomas Gehrig, August 1993.
 
1057 Quacks, Lemons, and Self-Regulation: A Welfare Analysis
Thomas Gehrig and Peter-J. Jost, March 1993.
 
1056 To be The First or to be The Best: New Product Quality and Timing in R&D Competition
Shirish D. Chikte and Sudhakar D. Deshmukh, August 1, 1993.
 
1055 Can Free Choice Be Known?
Itzhak Gilboa, July 1993.
 
1054 Social Status, Education, and Growth
Chaim Fershtman, Kevin M. Murphy, and Yoram Weiss, July 1993.
 
1053 Case-Based Knowledge Representation
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, May 1993.
 
1052 Common Beliefs and the Existence of Speculative Trade
Zvika Neeman, May 1993.
 
1051 Renegotiation of Sales Contracts
Steven A. Matthews, June 5, 1993.
 
1050 Self-Defeating Regional Concentration

Kiminori Matsuyama and Takaaki Takahashi, June 199.

 
1049 Design Innovation and Fashion Cycles
David Levine and Wolfgang Pesendorfer, May 1993.
 
1048 Multilateral Tariff Cooperation During the Formation of Free Trade Areas
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, May 1993.
 
1047 Essential Revelation Mechanisms and Computational Complexity
K.R. Mount and Stanley Reiter, May 1993.
 
1046 An Integral Representation for Non Simple Acts with Certainty Equivalents
Massimo Marinacci, May 1993.
 
1045 Hempel, Good and Bayes
Itzhak Gilboa, May 1993.
 
1044 A Dynamic Model of Multiparty Competition
Enriqueta Aragones, April 1993.
 
1043 Unobserved Delegation
Chaim Fershtman and Ehud Kalai, April 1993.
 
1042 Structural Indifference in Normal Form Games
George J. Mailath, Larry Samuelson, and Jeroen M. Swinkels, April 1993.
 
1041 Normal Form Structures in Extensive Form Games
George J. Mailath, Larry Samuelson and Jeroen M. Swinkels, April 1993.
 
1040 Order Independence for Iterated Weak Dominance
Leslie McFarland-Marx and Jeroen M. Swinkels, April 1993; Revised as DP #1066.
 
1039 Case-Based Optimization
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, April 1993.
 
1038 Optimal Selling Strategies for Oil and Gas Leases with an Informed Buyer
Kenneth Hendricks, Robert H. Porter and Guofu Tan, March 1993.
 
1037 Expected Value, Expected Utility ... or Should We Expect Something Else
Robert Lapson, December 1992.
 
1036 Cooperation by Indirect Revelation Through Strategic Behavior
Robert Lapson, Revised March 1993.
 
1035 Merging Economic Forecasts
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, October 1990, revised February 1993.
 
1034 Coordination Economies, Advertising and Search Behavior in Retail Markets
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, January 1992, Revised March, 1993.
 
1033 On the Ranges of Baire and Borel Measures, with Applications to Fine and Tight Comparative Probabilities
Massimo Marinacci, February 1993.
 
1032 Residual Measures and the Existence and Range of Probability Measures in Boolean Algebras
Massimo Marinacci, February 1993.
 
1031 Start-up Costs and Pecuniary Externalities as Barriers to Economic Development
Antonio Ciccone and Kiminori Matsuyama, March 1992, Revised February 1993.
 
1030 Custom Versus Fashion: Path-Dependence and Limit Cycles in a Random Matching Game
Kiminori Matsuyama, June 1991, Revised May 1992.
 
1029 A Note on Approximating Agreeing to Disagree Results with Common p-Beliefs
Zvika Neeman, January 1993.
 
1028 Modeling Complementarity in Monopolistic Competition
Kiminori Matsuyama, February 1993.
 
1027 Natural Oligopoly in Intermediated Markets
Thomas Gehrig, Revised January 1993.
 
1026 Strategic Behavior in Multi-Alternative Elections: A Review of Some Experimental Evidence
Thomas A. Rietz, January 1993.
 
1025 Case-Based Consumer Theory
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, February 1993.
 
1024 Wealth Effects, Distribution, and the Theory of Organization
Patrick Legros and Andrew Newman, Revised February 1993.
 
1023 Campaign Spending with Impressionable Voters
Rebecca B. Morton and Roger B. Myerson, December 1992.
 
1022 The Diffusion of Consumer Durables in a Vertically Differentiated Oligopoly
Raymond J. Deneckere and Andre de Palma, December 1992.
 
1021 Strategy-Proof Exchange
Salvador Barbera and Matthew O. Jackson, January 1993.
 
1020 On the Value of Incumbency: Managerial Reference Point and Loss Aversion
Chaim Fershtman, January 1993.
 
1019 Small Deviations from Maximizing Behavior in a Simple Dynamic Model
Asher Wolinsky, January 1993.
 
1018 When are Agents Negligible?
David Levine and Wolfgang Pesendorfer, November 1992, Revised August 1993.
 
1017 Public Education and Capital Accumulation
Michele Boldrin, November 1992.
 
1016 Sovereign Debt: Forgiving and Forgetting Reconsidered
Wolfgang Pesendorfer, November 1992.
 
1015 Learning about Variable Demand in the Long Run
Aldo Rustichini and Asher Wolinsky, September 1992.
 
1014 Commitment and Observability in Games
Kyle Bagwell, November 1992.
 
1013 The Diamond Paradox: A Dynamic Resolution
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, November 1992.
 
1012 Continuous Time Research and Development Investment and Innovation: Effects on Price and Dividend Paths
Thomas A. Rietz, June, 1992.
 
1011 Knowledge, Discovery and Growth
Stanley Reiter, July 14, 2005.
 
1010 Conditioning and Aggregation of Preferences
Costis Skiadas, October 1992.
 
1009 Reputation in Dynamic Games
Marco Celentani and Wolfgang Pesendorfer, October 1992.
 
1008 The Role of Information in U.S. Offshore Oil and Gas Lease Auctions
Robert H. Porter, September 1992.
 
1007 Social Status, Culture and Economic Performance
Chaim Fershtman and Yoram Weiss, September 1991, Revised May 1992.
 
1006 Specialized Elections
Scott E. Page, September 29, 1992.
 
1005 Advertising as Information: Matching Products to Buyers
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, September 1992.
 
1004 Characterizations of Game Theoretic Solutions which Lead to Impossibility Theorems
Matthew Jackson and Sanjay Srivastava, September 1992; Revised From DP #965.
 
1003 Proof of the Existence of Speculative Equilibria
Matthew O. Jackson, August 1992.
 
1002 On Determining the Importance of Attributes with a Stopping Problem
Zvika Neeman, June 1992.
 
1001 Adjustment Dynamics and Rational Play in Games
Jeroen M. Swinkels, September 9, 1992.
 
1000 Incentives to Cultivate Favored Minorities under Alternative Electoral Systems
Roger B. Myerson, September 1992.
 
999 Optimal Procurement Mechanisms
Alejandro M. Manelli and Daniel R. Vincent, September 2, 1992.
 
998 Bayesian Forecasting
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, July 1992.
 
997 Political Parties and Electoral Landscapes
Scott E. Page, Ken Kollman and John H. Miller, August 1992.
 
996 An Analysis of Post-Product Development Market Research and its Effects on Firms and Consumers
Randal Reed, August 1992.
 
995 Convergence to Efficiency in a Simple Market with Incomplete Information
Aldo Rustichini, Mark A. Satterthwaite and Steven R. Williams, May 1992.
 
994 Case-Based Decision Theory
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, May 1992.
 
993 Implementing and Testing Risk Preference Induction Mechanisms in Experimental Sealed Bid Auctions
Thomas A. Rietz, July 1992.
 
992 On Modeling Cheap Talk in Bayesian Games
Steven A. Matthews and Andrew Postlewaite, August 25, 1992.
 
991R Efficient and Nearly Efficient Partnerships
Patrick Legros and Steven A. Matthews, July 1992, Revised February 1993.
 
990 Competition over Price and Service Rate when Demand is Stochastic: A Strategic Analysis
Raymond Deneckere and James Peck, May 1992.
 
989 A Remark on Infinitely Repeated Extensive Games
Ariel Rubinstein and Asher Wolinsky, August 5, 1992.
 
988 Credible Equilibria in Games with Utilities Changing During the Play
J.L. Ferreira, I. Gilboa and M. Maschler, February 1992.
 
987 Why the Empty Shells Were Not Fired: A Semi-Bibliographical Note
Itzhak Gilboa, February 1992.
 
986 Canonical Representation of Set Functions
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, April 1992.
 
985 Additive Representation of Non-Additive Measures and the Choquet Integral
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, April 1992.
 
984 A Solution to the Envy-Free Selection Problem in Economies with Indivisible Goods
Enriqueta Aragones, April 1992.
 
983 Weak and Strong Merging of Opinions
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, February 1992, Revised January 1993.
 
982 The Cyclical Behavior of Job Creation and Job Destruction
Dale Mortensen and Christopher Pissarides, February 1992.
 
981 Subjective Equilibrium in Repeated Games
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, January 1991, Final Revision January 1993.
 
980 Acyclicity and Dynamic Stability: Generalizations and Applications
Michele Boldrin and Luigi Montrucchio, November 1987, Revised June 1992.
 
979 Symmetry Extensions of 'Neutrality' II : Partial Ordering of Dictionaries
Donald G. Saari, March 1992.
 
978 Credit Cards and Buyer Price Protection
Gail Cohen, January 1992.
 
977 Updating the Reserve Price in Common Value Auctions
R. Preston McAfee and Daniel Vincent, January 1992.
 
976 Properties of Dynamic Traffic Equilibrium Involving Bottlenecks, Including a Paradox and Metering
Richard Arnott, Andre de Palma and Robin Lindsey, Revised November 1991.
 
975 The Missing Equilibria in Hotelling's Location Game
H. Bester, A. de Palma, W. Leininger, E. von Thadden and J. Thomas, November 1991.
 
974 Information and Usage of Congestible Facilities Under Free Access
Richard Arnott, Andre de Palma and Robin Lindsey, January 1992.
 
973 Multiproduct Firms: A Nested Logit Approach
Simon P. Anderston and Andre de Palma, March 1991.
 
972 Bounded Perception and Learning how to Decide
Karl Schlag, December 1991.
 
971 The Double Auction Market: Institutions, Theories, and Experimental Evaluations
Mark Satterthwaite and Steven R. Williams, November 1991.
 
970 An Approach to Equilibrium Selection
Akihiko Matsui and Kiminori Matsuyama, November 1990, Revised December 1991.
 
969 Symmetry Extensions of "Neutrality" I: Advantage to the Condorcet Loser
Donald G. Saari, November 1991.
 
968 We'd Rather Fight than Switch: Trying to Understand 'Let's Make a Deal'
Scott E. Page, November 10, 1991.
 
967 A Decentralized Linear Process for Finding Equilibria
Stanley Reiter, November 1991.
 
966 Undominated Nash Implementation in Bounded Mechanisms
Matthew Jackson, Thomas Palfrey and Sanjay Srivastava, Revised August 1991.
 
965 Implementing Social Choice Functions: A New Look at Some Impossibility Results
Matthew O. Jackson and Sanjay Srivastava, May 1991.
 
964 A Characterization of Strategy-Proof Social Choice Functions for Economies with Pure Public Goods
Salvador Barbera and Matthew Jackson, 3rd Draft, May 1991.
 
963 Millions of Election Outcomes from a Single Profile
Donald G. Saari, November 1991.
 
962 An Experiment on Coordination in Multi-Candidate Elections: The Importance of Polls and Election Histories
Robert Forsythe, Roger Myerson, Thomas Rietz and Robert Weber, January 1993.
 
961 The Afternoon Effect
R. Preston McAfee and Daniel Vincent, October 1991.
 
960 The Correlation of Durations in Multivariate Hazard Rate Models
Gerard J. van den Berg and Ton Steerneman, October 15, 1991.
 
959 Competition in a Market for Informed Experts' Services
Asher Wolinsky, September 1991.
 
958 Arbitrage, Asset Prices and Risk Allocation in Experimental Markets
Thomas A. Rietz, October 1991.
 
957 Parallel Search: An Application to R & D
Tara Vishwanath, Revised August 1991.
 
956 Effectiveness of Electoral Systems for Reducing Government Corruption: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Roger B. Myerson, September 1991.
 
955 Indeterminacy of Equilibrium in Dynamic Models with Externalities
Michele Boldrin and Aldo Rustichini, Revised January 1992.
 
954 Competitive Limit Pricing Under Imperfect Information
Kyle Bagwell, August 1991.
 
953 Threshold Externalities and Economic Development: A Note
Michele Boldrin, June 1991.
 
952 Simulations and Spatial Voting Methods
Scott E. Page, Ken Kollman and John H. Miller, August 21, 1991.
 
951 The Capital Market, The Wealth Distribution and the Employment Relation
Andrew F. Newman, August 1991.
 
950 Renegotiation of Sales Contracts under Moral Hazard
Steven A. Matthews, August 18, 1991.
 
949 Duration of Debt Overhang with Two Lender Banks
Jacek Prokop, June 1991.
 
948 Information Sources and Equilibrium Wage Outcomes
Dale T. Mortensen and Tara Vishwanath, February 1991.
 
947 Imperfect Competition, Foreign Trade, and the Multipliers: Machlup-Metzler Fifty Years Later
Kiminori Matsuyama, June 30, 1991.
 
946 Dynamics of International Debt Overhang with Two Lender Banks
Jacek Prokop, April 1991.
 
945 A Game Theoretical Approach to the International Debt Overhang
Mamoru Kaneko and Jacek Prokop, March 1991.
 
944 Linear Measures, the Gini Index and the Income-Equality Tradeoff
Elchanan Ben Porath and Itzhak Gilboa, July 1991.
 
943 Rationality and Ascriptive Science
Itzhak Gilboa, June 1991.
 
942 The Capital Structure of Regulated Firms
Yossef Spiegel and Daniel F. Spulber, May 1991.
 
941 Efficiency in Bargaining with Information Externalities
Daniel F. Spulber, Revised December 1991.
 
940 Custom Versus Fashion: Hysteresis and Limit Cycles in a Random Matching Game
Kiminori Matsuyama, June 1991.
 
939 Equilibrium Unemployment Cycles
Dale T. Mortensen, Revised May 1991.
 
938 Sufficient Statistics, Utility Theory, and Mechanism Design
Donald G. Saari, May 1991.
 
937 Social Conflict, Growth and Income Distribution
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini, May 1991.
 
936 Monopoly Pricing Strategies
Daniel F. Spulber, May 1991.
 
935 Absorbent Stable Sets
Itzhak Gilboa and Dov Samet, April 1991.
 
934 Agricultural Productivity, Comparative Advantage, and Economic Growth
Kiminori Matsuyama, May 1990, Revised May 1991.
 
933 Rationalizable Conjectural Equilibrium: Between Nash and Rationalizability
Ariel Rubinstein and Asher Wolinsky, May 1991.
 
932 Bonuses and Penalties as Equilibrium Incentive Devices, with Application to Manufacturing Systems
Debra J. Aron and Paul Olivella May 1991.
 
931 Toward a Theory of International Currency
Kiminori Matsuyama, Nobuhiro Kiyotaki and Akihiko Matsui, Revised April 1991.
 
930 A Dynamic Equilibrium Model of Search, Production and Exchange
Michele Boldrin, Nobuhiro Kiyotaki and Randall Wright, March 1991.
 
929 Equilibrium in Non-Partitioning Strategies
Robert J. Weber, March 1991.
 
928 Proportional Representation, Approval Voting, and Coalitionally Straightforward Elections
Roger B. Myerson, March 1991.
 
927 An Experimental Study of Voting Rules and Polls in Three-Way Elections
Robert Forsythe, Roger Myserson, Thomas Rietz and Robert Weber, October 1991.
 
926 Private-Beliefs Equilibrium
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, January 1991.
 
925 Rational Learning Leads to Nash Equilibrium
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, March 1990, Final Revision, January 1993.
 
924 Updating Ambiguous Beliefs
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, February 1991.
 
923 Philosophical Applications of Kolmogorov's Complexity Measure
Itzhak Gilboa, October 1990.
 
922 Global Games
Itzhak Gilboa and Ehud Lehrer, June 1990.
 
921 Pricing to Signal Product Line Quality
Kyle Bagwell, February 1991.
 
920 Price Regulation and Quality of Service
Morton I. Kamien and Daniel R. Vincent, February 1991.
 
919 Dividing a Cake by Majority: The Simplest Equilibria
David Baron and Ehud Kalai, September 1990.
 
918 Dynamic Externalities, Multiple Equilibria and Growth
Michele Boldrin, October 1988, Revised December 1990.
 
917 The Timing of Entry into New Markets
Debra J. Aron, February 1991.
 
916 (s,S) Equilibria in Stochastic Games with an Application to Product Innovations
Prajit K. Dutta and Aldo Rustichini, June 1990, Revised November 1990.
 
915 Sequential Equilibria and Cheap Talk in Infinite Signaling Games
Karl Iorio and Alejandro M. Manelli, December 9, 1990.
 
914 Convergence to Price-Taking Behavior in a Simple Market
Aldo Rustichini, Mark A. Satterthwaite and Steven R. Williams, December 1990.
 
913 The Logit as a Model of Product Differentiation: Further Results and Extensions
Simon P. Anderson and Andre de Palma, December 1989, Revised December 1990.
 
912 Evolutionary Stability in Games with Equivalent Strategies, Mixed Strategy Types and Asymmetries
Karl Schlag, June 1990.
 
911 Occupational Choice and the Process of Development
Abhijit V. Banerjee and Andrew F. Newman, July 14, 1990, Revised October 27, 1990.
 
910 Auctions for Oil and Gas Leases with an Informed Bidder and a Random Reservation Price
Kenneth Hendricks, Robert H. Porter and Charles A. Wilson, October 25, 1990.
 
909 Principals and Partners: The Structure of Syndicates
Daniel R. Vincent, January 1991.
 
908 The Aggregate Excess Demand Function and Other Aggregation Procedures
Donald G. Saari, October 1990.
 
907 Fictitious-Transfers in Cooperative Game Theory
Roger B. Myerson, September 1990.
 
906 Viscous Population Equilibria
Roger B. Myerson, Gregory B. Pollock, and Jeroen M. Swinkels, September 1990.
 
905 Stochastic Dominance
Ricard Torres, September 1990.
 
904, -2 Overhead Allocation and Incentives for Cost Minimization in Defense Procurement
William P. Rogerson, September 1990.
 
903 Advertising and Coordination
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, August 1990.
 
902 An Informationally More Efficient Endowment Game
Lu Hong and Scott E. Page, September 1990.
 
901 Optimal Service Speeds in a Competitive Environment
Ehud Kalai, Morton I. Kamien, and Michael Rubinovitch, September 1990.
 
900 Liquidity, Loanable Funds, and Real Activity
Timothy S. Fuerst, April 1990, Revised August 1990.
 
899 A Generalized Theorem of the Maximum
Lawrence M. Ausubel and Raymond J. Deneckere, June 1990.
 
898 Optimal Export Policy for a New-Product Monopoly
Kyle Bagwell, August 1990.
 
897 The Effects of Insider Trading on Insiders' Choice Among Risky Investment Projects
Lucian Arye Bebchuk and Chaim Fershtman, July 1990.
 
896 A Communication-Proof Equilibrium Concept
Jose Luis Ferreira, August 1990.
 
895 Rational Learning Leads to Nash Equilibrium
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer, March 1990.
 
894 Innovation and Product Differentiation
Prajit K. Dutta, Sual Lach and Aldo Rustichini, March 1990, Revised June 1990.
 
893 Modeling Competitive Behavior
Daniel R. Vincent, April 1990.
 
892 Refining Cheap-Talk Equilibria
S. Matthews, M. Okuno-Fujiwara and A. Postlewaite, Revised November 1990.
 
891 Core Convergence Without Monotone Preferences or Free Disposal
Alejandro Manelli, May 1990.
 
890 890-1, 890-2, 890-3, 890-4, 890-5
A Model of Computing with Human Agents
Kenneth R. Mount and Stanley Reiter, June 1990.
 
889 The Effect of Insider Trading on Insiders' Reaction to Opportunities to 'Waste' Corporate Value
Lucian Arye Bebchuk and Chaim Fershtman, May 1990.
 
888 Capacity, Entry and Forward Induction
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, May 1990.
 
887 A Model of Random Matching
Itzhak Gilboa and Akihiko Matsui, May 1990.
 
886 Vintage Capital, Investment and Growth
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini, April 1990.
 
885 Location Equilibria Under Alternative Solution Concepts
Simon P. Anderson, Andre de Palma and Gap-Seon Hong, November 1989.
 
884 A Temporal and Spatial Equilibrium Analysis of Commuter Parking
Richard Arnott, Andre de Palma, Robin Lindsey, May 1990.
 
883 Human Capital, Product Quality, and Growth
Nancy L. Stokey, May 1990.
 
882 Implementing A Public Project and Distributing Its Costs
Matthew Jackson and Herve Moulin, May 1990.
 
881 Advertising Signals of Product Quality
Steven A Matthews and Doron Fertig, October 1989, Revised April 1990.
 
880 Trading Games With Asymmetric Information
Francoise Forges, April 1990.
 
879 Observable Contracts: Strategic Delegation and Cooperation
Chaim Fershtman, Kenneth Judd and Ehud Kalai, Revised March 1990. 
International Economic Review, Vol. 32, pp. 551-559, 1991.
 
878 Increasing Returns, Industrialization and Indeterminacy of Equilibrium
Kiminori  Matsuyama, June 1989, Revised March 1990.
 
877 Risk-Bearing and the Theory of Income Distribution
Abhijit Banerjee and Andrew F. Newman, October 1989.
 
876 Managerial Incentives in an Entrepreneurial Stock Market Model
Richard E. Kihlstrom and Steven A. Matthews, March 20, 1990. Revision of DP #769.
 
875 The Mathematical Appendix to Residential Investment and the Current Account
Kiminori Matsuyama, April 1990.
 
874 Learning from Mistakes: A Note on Just-in-Time Systems
Carlos Ocana and Eitan Zemel, January 1990.
 
873 Contractual Solutions to the Hold-Up Problem
William P. Rogerson, January 1988, Revised February 1990.
 
872 Risky R&D in Oligopolistic Product Markets
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, January 1990.
 
871 Violence in Incentives: Pain in a Principal-Agent Model
Michael Suk-Young Chwe, March 1990.
 
870 Aggregation of Semiorders: Intransitive Indifference Makes a Difference
Itzhak Gilboa and Robert Lapson, February 1990.
 
869 The Sensitivity of Strategic and Corrective R&D Policy in Oligopolistic Industries
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, August l989, revised December 1989.
 
868 The Sensitivity of Strategic and Corrective R&D Policy in Battles for Monopoly
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, August 1989, Revised December 1989.
 
867 Delayed Agreements and Non-Expected Utility
Chaim Fershtman, Zvi Safra and Daniel Vincent, January 1990.
 
866 Cross Licensing of Complementary Technologies
Chaim Fershtman and Morton I. Kamien, January 1990.
 
865 Decentralized Dynamic Processes for Finding Equilibrium
Stanley Reiter and Carl P. Simon, April 1990.
 
864 Does Providing Information to Drivers Reduce Traffic Congestion?
Richard Arnott, Andre de Palma and Robin Lindsey, Revised November 1989.
 
863 A Lower Bound for the Dimension of the Message Space of the Decentralized Mechanisms Realizing a Given Goal
Pengyuan Chen, November 1989.
 
862 Communication Equilibria with Large State Spaces
Kevin D. Cotter, October 1989.
 
861 Capacity-Constrained Price Competition When Unit Costs Differ
Raymond J. Deneckere and Dan Kovenock, December 1988, Revised October l989.
 
860 Equilibrium Wage Differentials and Employer Size
Kenneth Burdett and Dale T. Mortensen, October 1989.
 
859 Monotonic Preferences and Core Equivalence
Alejandro Manelli, September,1989.
 
858 The Strength of a Little Perfection
Ehud Kalai and Alejandro Neme, February 1989, revised September 1989.
 
857 Cournot-Nash Equilibrium Distributions for Games with Differential Information
Aldo Rustichini and M. Ali Khan, July 1989.
 
856 Bargaining and the Right to Remain Silent
Lawrence M. Ausubel and Raymond J. Deneckere, September 1989.
 
855 Quasi-Values on Subspaces
Itzhak Gilboa and Dov Monderer, September 1989.
 
854 A Game-Theoretic Approach to the Binary Stochastic Choice Problem
Itzhak Gilboa and Dov Monderer, September 1989.
 
853 The Complexity of Eliminating Dominated Strategies
Itzhak Gilboa, Ehud Kalai, and Eitan Zemel, September 1989.
 
852 Optimal Depreciation Schedules for Regulated Utilities
William P. Rogerson, September 1989.
 
851 Incentives, the Budgetary Process, and Inefficiently Low Production Rates in Defense Procurement
William P. Rogerson. September 1989.
 
850 Renegotiation-Proof Implementation and Time Preferences
Ariel Rubinstein and Asher Wolinsky, April 1989, Revised August 1989.
 
849 The Volume and Composition of Trade Between Rich and Poor Countries
Nancy L. Stokey, September 1989.
 
848 Cheap Talk and Cooperation in the Society
Akihiko Matsui, August 1989.
 
847 A Note on the Consistency of Game Theory
Itzhak Gilboa, July 1989.
 
846 Infinite Histories and Steady Orbits in Repeated Games
Itzhak Gilboa and David Schmeidler, August 1989.
 
845 Strikes and Deadline Effects in Bargaining with Endogenous Commitment
Chaim Fershtman and Daniel J. Seidman, July 1989.
 
844 Noisy Search and the Diamond Paradox
Chaim Fershtman and Arthur Fishman, June 1989.
 
843 Search and Price Dispersion in an Inflationary Economy
Chaim Fershtman and Arthur Fishman, July 1989.
 
842 Consistency of Decision Processes
Donald Saari, August 1989.
 
841 Players' Observation, Deductive Knowledge and Information Partitions
Ko Nishihara, August 1989.
 
840 Correlated Equilibria with Payoff Uncertainty
Kevin D. Cotter, July 1989.
 
839 Information Structures and the Delegation of Monitoring
Pau Olivella, July 1989.
 
838 Bidding Off the Wall: Why Reserve Prices are Kept Secret
Daniel R. Vincent, July l989.
 
837 Discounting Versus Undiscounting in Dynamic Programming
Ehud Lehrer and Dov Monderer, June 1989.
 
836 Numerical Representations of Imperfectly Ordered Preferences (A Unified Geometric Exposition)
Avraham Beja and Itzhak Gilboa, June 1989.
 
835 The Value of Information -- An Axiomatic Approach
Itzhak Gilboa and Ehud Lehrer, June 1989.
 
834 Dynamic Housing Market Equilibrium with Taste Heterogeneity, Idiosyncratic Perfect Foresight and Stock Conversions
Alex Anas and Richard Arnott, June 1989.
 
833 Implementation in Undominated Strategies - A Look at Bounded Mechanisms
Matthew Jackson, May 1989.
 
832 Bilateral Monopoly, Non-durable Goods and Dynamic Trading Relationships
Daniel Vincent, May 1989.
 
831 Coordination Failure and Long Run Growth
Hiroshi Osano, April 1989.
 
830 On the Design of Complex Organizations and Distributive Algorithms
Donald G. Saari, April 1989.
 
829 Oligopoly Limit Pricing
Kyle Bagwell and Garey Ramey, April 1989.
 
828 Toward an Endogenous Central Place Theory
Andre de Palma and Yorgos Y. Papageorgiou, February 1989.
 
827 Serial Correlation of Sunspot Equilibria (Rational Bubbles) in Two Popular Models of Monetary Economies
Kiminori Matsuyama, March 1989.
 
826 Complicated Topological Structure of the Set of Equilibrium Prices
Kiminori Matsuyama, January 1989.
 
825 Endogenous Price Fluctuations in an Optimizing Model of Monetary Economy
Kiminori Matsuyama, November 1988, Revised March 1989.
 
824 Economic Organization of Trading Relationships: Hierarchies and Asset Ownership
Birger Wernerfelt, December 1988.
 
823 Relationship Admitting Families of Candidates
Donald Saari, February 1989.
 
822 A Comment on the Logic of 'Agreeing to Disagree' Type Results
Ariel Rubinstein and Asher Wolinsky, November 1988, Revised January 1989.
 
821 The Borda Dictionary
Donald G. Saari, January 1989.
 
820 Calculus and Extensions of Arrow's Theorem
Donald Saari, January 1989.
 
819 Social Stability and Equilibrium
Akihiko Matsui, January l989.
 
818 A Necessary but Insufficient Condition for the Stochastic Binary Choice Problem
Itzhak Gilboa, January 1989.
 
817 Collusion in Auctions
Kenneth Hendricks and Robert Porter, January 1989.
 
816 On a Representation of a Relation by a Measure
Ehud Lehrer, June 1988, Revised January 1989.
 
815 Information Revelation in a Market with Pairwise Meetings
Asher Wolinsky, Revised December 1988.
 
814 Equilibrium in Competing Networks with Differentiated Products
Andre de Palma and Luc Leruth, January 1989.
 
813 Endogenous Price Fluctuations in an Optimizing Model of a Monetary Economy
Kiminori Matsuyama, November 1988, Revised December 1988.
 
812 A Theory of Sectoral Adjustment
Kiminori Matsuyama, April 1988, Revised October 1988.
 
811 Equilibrium Wage Distributions: A Synthesis
Dale T. Mortensen, November 1988.
 
810 The Persistence and Indeterminacy of Unemployment in Search Equilibrium
Dale T. Mortensen, December 1988.
 
809 Real Business Cycles in a Dynamic Labor Contract Equilibrium
Hiroshi Osano, December 1988.
 
808 High and Declining Prices Signal Product Quality
Kyle Bagwell and Michael Riordan, October 1988.
 
807 Random Reservation Prices and Bidding Behavior in OCS Drainage Auctions
Kenneth Hendricks, Robert Porter, and Richard Spady, September 1988.
 
806 Calculating the Cost of Capital for the Purposes of Input Substitution
William P. Rogerson, November 1988.
 
805 Veto Threats: Rhetoric in a Bargaining Model
Steven A. Matthews, November 1988.
 
804 Efficient Sequential Bargaining
Lawrence M. Ausubel and Raymond J. Deneckere, September 1988.
 
803 Small Talk and Cooperation A Note on Bounded Rationality
Eitan Zemel, November 1988.
 
802 The Limits of Monopolization Through Acquisition
Morton I. Kamien and Israel Zang, October 1988, Revision of DP#754.
 
801 A Theory of Managed Trade
Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger, Revised September 1988.
 
800 Internal Correlation in Repeated Games
Ehud Lehrer, October 1988.
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