The support of a mixed strategy solution for 3-person Colonel Blotto
Game theory basics and methodology
Love tokens in the Lai de l'Ombre
Developments of Jonathan Weinstein’s mixed strategy for continuous Colonel Blotto.
Rational belief for a disorderly information cascade.
Weak models, nil hypotheses and decorative statistics: Is there no hope? Green and Shapiro's Pathologies of Rational Choice Theory. Journal of Conflict Resolution. December, 1995.
Games of boldness, where the player performing the hardest task wins. (with Mordechai Henig) Operations Research, 40, 76-86, 1992.
A non-metric test of the minimax theory of two-person zero-sum games. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 84, 2106-2109, 1987.
Comments on Brown and Rosenthal's reexamination of O'Neill's minimax experiment. Econometrica, 1991.
— A clever idea: Mark Walker and John Wooders test the theory using players' choice of serves at Wimbledon tennis matches.
— What Happens in the Field Stays in the Field. Steve Levitt, John List and David Reiley have champion poker, bridge & soccer players play ”Four-Card Barry”, as they dub it, in Las Vegas, forthcoming Review of Economic Studies.
“Truer” (with Danny Goldstick). Philosophy of Science. 31, 631-672, 1987. (A critique of Popper’s notion of verisimilitude.)
— counter-critique by Ilkla Niilinuoto
The Simplest Three-person Non-cooperative games. Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Working Paper . Northwestern University. 1982.
The Inductive Solution for Non-cooperative Games. Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Working Paper. Northwestern University1982
A decision-theory model of danger compensation. Journal of Accident Analysis and Prevention. 9, 157-165, 1977.
Measures for the Psychological Risk of an Accident. Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Working Paper, 1982.