**PUBLICATIONS **

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Downloading, copying, or printing for, or on behalf of,
any for-profit commercial firm or other commercial purpose
should not be done without the explicit permission of the
corresponding publisher.**

**(I) Books**

i. *Values
of Non-Atomic Games*, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1974 (with
L. S. Shapley), xi + 333 pp.

ii.* Game
Theory* (in Hebrew), Everyman's University, Tel Aviv, 1981 (with Y.
Tauman and S. Zamir), Vol 1: 211 pp., Vol 2: 203 pp.

iii. *Lectures
on Game Theory, *Underground Classics in Economics, Westview Press,
Boulder, 1989, ix + 120 pp.

iv. *Handbook
of Game Theory with economic applications*, Vol 1, 1992, xxvi
+ 733 pp., Vol 2, 1994, xxviii + 787 pp., Vol 3, 2002, xxx + 858 pp., Elsevier,
Amsterdam (coedited with S. Hart).

v. *Repeated
Games with Incomplete Information*, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1995 (with
M. Maschler), xvii + 342 pp.

vi. *Collected
Papers*, Vol 1, xi + 786 pp., Vol 2, xiii + 792 pp., MIT Press, Cambridge,
2000.

**(II) Articles**

1. "Asphericity
of Alternating Knots," *Annals of Mathematics *64 (1956),
pp. 374-392.

2. "The
Coefficients in an Allocation Problem," *Naval Research Logistics
Quarterly* 5 (1958), pp. 111-123 (with J. B. Kruskal).

3. "Assigning
Quantitative Values to Qualitative Factors in the Naval Electronics Problem," *Naval
Research Logistics Quarterly* 6 (1959), pp. 1-16 (with J. B. Kruskal).

4. "Acceptable
Points in General Cooperative *n*-Person Games," in *Contributions
to the Theory of Games IV*, Annals of Mathematics Study 40, edited
by A. W. Tucker and R. D. Luce, Princeton University Press, 1959, pp. 287-324.

5. "Von
Neumann-Morgenstern Solutions to Cooperative Games without Side Payments," *Bulletin
of the American Mathematical Society* 66 (1960), pp. 173-179 (with
B. Peleg).

6. "Acceptable
Points in Games of Perfect Information," *Pacific Journal of
Mathematics *10 (1960), pp. 381-417.

7. "A
Characterization of Game Structures of Perfect Information," *Bulletin
of the Research Council of Israel* 9F (1960), pp. 43-44.

8. "Spaces
of Measurable Transformations," *Bulletin of the American Mathematical
Society *66 (1960), pp. 301-304.

9. "Linearity
of Unrestrictedly Transferable Utilities," *Naval Research
Logistics Quarterly* 7 (1960), pp. 281-284.

10. "The
Core of a Cooperative Game without Side Payments,"
*Transactions of the American Mathematical Society***
**98 (1961), pp. 539-552.

11. "Borel
Structures for Function Spaces," *Illinois Journal of Mathematics* 5
(1961), pp. 614-630.

12. "Almost
Strictly Competitive Games," *Journal of the Society for Industrial
and Applied Mathematics* 9 (1961), pp. 544-550.

13. (a) "Utility
Theory without the Completeness Axiom," *Econometrica* 30
(1962), pp. 445-462.

(b) "Utility
Theory without the Completeness Axiom: A Correction," *Econometrica* 32
(1964), pp. 210-212.

14. "A
Definition of Subjective Probability," *Annals of Mathematical
Statistics* 34 (1963), pp. 199-205 (with F. J. Anscombe).

15. "On
Choosing a Function at Random," in *Ergodic Theory, *edited
by F. W. Wright, Academic Press, 1963, pp. 1-20.

16. "Markets
with a Continuum of Traders," *Econometrica* 32 (1964),
pp. 39-50.

17. "The
Bargaining Set for Cooperative Games," in *Advances in Game
Theory, *Annals of Mathematics Study 52, edited by M. Dresher, L. S.
Shapley, and A. W. Tucker, Princeton University Press, 1964, pp. 443-476
(with M. Maschler).

18. "Mixed
and Behavior Strategies in Infinite Extensive Games," in *Advances
in Game Theory, *Annals of Mathematics Study 52, edited by M. Dresher,
L. S. Shapley, and A. W. Tucker, Princeton University Press, 1964, pp.
627-650.

19. "Subjective
Programming," in *Human Judgments and Optimality*, edited
by M. W. Shelly and G. I. Bryan, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1964, pp.
217-242.

20. "A
Variational Problem Arising in Economics," *Journal of Mathematical
Analysis and Applications *11 (1965), pp. 488-503 (with M. Perles).

21. "Integrals
of Set-Valued Functions," *Journal of Mathematical Analysis
and Applications* 12 (1965), pp. 1-12.

22. "A
Method of Computing the Kernel of *n*-Person Games,"
*Mathematics of Computation *19 (1965), pp. 531-551
(with B. Peleg and P. Rabinowitz).

23. "Existence
of Competitive Equilibria in Markets with a Continuum of Traders," *Econometrica* 34
(1966), pp. 1-17.

24. "A
Survey of Cooperative Games without Side Payments,"
in *Essays in Mathematical Economics* *in Honor
of Oskar Morgenstern*, edited by M. Shubik, Princeton
University Press, 1967, pp. 3-27.

25. "Random
Measure Preserving Transformations," in *Proceedings of* *the* *Fifth
Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability*, Vol
II, Part 2, edited by L. M. LeCam and J. Neyman, University of California
Press, 1967, pp. 321-326.

26. "Measurable
Utility and the Measurable Choice Theorem," in *La Decision*,
Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1969, pp. 15-26.

27. "Some
Thoughts on the Minimax Principle," *Management Science *18
(1972), pp. P-54-P-63 (with M. Maschler).

28. "Disadvantageous
Monopolies," *Journal of Economic Theory *
6 (1973), pp. 1-11.

29. "Subjectivity
and Correlation in Randomized Strategies," *Journal of Mathematical
Economics *1 (1974), pp. 67-96.

30. "A
Note on Gale's Example," *Journal of Mathematical Economics* 1
(1974), pp. 209-211 (with B. Peleg).

31. "Cooperative
Games with Coalition Structures," *International Journal of
Game Theory* 3 (1974), pp. 217-237 (with J. Dreze).

32. "Values
of Markets with a Continuum of Traders," *Econometrica* 43
(1975), pp. 611-646.

33. "An
Elementary Proof that Integration Preserves Uppersemicontinuity," *Journal
of Mathematical Economics* 3 (1976), pp. 15-18.

34. "Agreeing
to Disagree," *Annals of Statistics* 4 (1976), pp. 1236-1239.

35. "Orderable Set Functions and Continuity III: Orderability
and Absolute Continuity," *SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization* 15
(1977), pp. 156-162 (with U. Rothblum).

36. "The
St. Petersburg Paradox: A Discussion of Some Recent Comments," *Journal
of Economic Theory* 14 (1977), pp. 443-445.

37. "Power
and Taxes," *Econometrica* 45 (1977), pp. 1137-1161 (with
M. Kurz).

38. "Power
and Taxes in a Multi-Commodity Economy," *Israel Journal of
Mathematics* 27 (1977), pp. 185-234 (with M. Kurz).

39. "Core
and Value for a Public Goods Economy: An Example," *Journal
of Economic Theory *15 (1977), pp. 363-365 (with R. J. Gardner and
R. W. Rosenthal).

40. "On
the Rate of Convergence of the Core," *International Economic
Review *19 (1979), pp. 349-357.

41. "Recent
Developments in the Theory of the Shapley Value," in *Proceedings
of the International Congress of Mathematicians*, Helsinki, 1978, edited
by O. Lehto, Academia Scientiarum Fennica, 1980, pp. 995-1003.

42. "Survey
of Repeated Games," in *Essays in Game Theory and Mathematical
Economics in Honor of Oskar Morgenstern*, Vol 4 of Gesellschaft, Recht,
Wirtschaft, Wissenschaftsverlag, edited by V. Bohm, Bibliographisches Institut,
Mannheim, 1981, pp. 11-42.

43. "Approximate
Purification of Mixed Strategies," *Mathematics of Operations
Research *8 (1983), pp. 327-341 (with Y. Katznelson, R. Radner, R.
W. Rosenthal, and B. Weiss).

44. "Voting
for Public Goods," *Review of Economic Studies* 50 (1983),
pp. 677-694 (with M. Kurz and A. Neyman).

45. "An
Axiomatization of the Non-Transferable Utility Value," *Econometrica* 53
(1985), pp. 599-612.

46. "Game-Theoretic
Analysis of a Bankruptcy Problem from the Talmud," *Journal
of Economic Theory* 36 (1985), pp. 195-213 (with M. Maschler).

47. "What
Is Game Theory Trying to Accomplish?," in *Frontiers of Economics*,
edited by K. Arrow and S. Honkapohja, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1985, pp.
28-76.

48. "On
the Non-Transferable Utility Value: A Comment on the Roth-Shafer Examples," *Econometrica *53
(1985), pp. 667-677.

49. "Rejoinder," *Econometrica* 54
(1986), pp. 985-989.

50. "Bi-Convexity
and Bi-Martingales,"* Israel Journal of Mathematics* 54
(1986), pp. 159-180 (with S. Hart).

51. "Values
of Markets with Satiation or Fixed Prices," *Econometrica* 54
(1986), pp. 1271-1318 (with J. Dreze).

52. "Power
and Public Goods," *Journal of Economic Theory*
42 (1987), pp.108-127 (with M. Kurz and A. Neyman).

53. "Correlated
Equilibrium as an Expression of Bayesian Rationality," *Econometrica* 55
(1987), pp. 1-18.

54. "Value,
Symmetry, and Equal Treatment: A Comment on Scafuri and Yannelis," *Econometrica *55
(1987), pp. 1461-1464.

55. "Game
Theory," in *The New Palgrave, A Dictionary of
Economics*,
Vol 2, edited by J. Eatwell, M. Milgate, and P. Newman,
Macmillan, London and Basingstoke, 1987, pp. 460-482.

56. "Endogenous
Formation of Links between Players and of Coalitions: An Application of
the Shapley Value," in *The Shapley Value: Essays in Honor of Lloyd
S. Shapley*, edited by A. E. Roth, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
1988, pp. 175-191 (with R. Myerson).

57. "Cooperation
and Bounded Recall," *Games and Economic Behavior*
1 (1989), pp. 5-39 (with S. Sorin).

58.
"CORE as a Macrocosm
of Game-Theoretic Research, 1967-1987," in *Contributions
to Operations Research and Economics: The Twentieth Anniversary
of CORE*, edited by B. Cornet and H.
Tulkens, MIT Press, Cambridge and London, 1989, pp. 5-16.

59. "Nash
Equilibria are not Self-Enforcing," in *Economic Decision Making:
Games, Econometrics and Optimisation* *(Essays in Honor of Jacques
Dreze)*, edited by J. J. Gabszewicz, J.-F. Richard, and L. Wolsey,
Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1990, pp. 201-206.

60. "Irrationality
in Game Theory," in *Economic Analysis of Markets and Games (Essays
in Honor of Frank Hahn)*, edited by P. Dasgupta, D. Gale, O. Hart,
and E. Maskin, MIT Press, Cambridge and London, 1992, pp. 214-227.

61. "Long-Term
Competition: A Game-Theoretic Analysis," in *Essays in Game Theory
in Honor of Michael Maschler*, edited by N. Megiddo, Springer, New
York, 1994, pp. 1-15 (with L. S. Shapley).

62. "The
Shapley Value," in *Game-Theoretic Methods in General Equilibrium
Analysis*, edited by J.-F. Mertens and S. Sorin, Kluwer Academic Publishers,
Dordrecht,

1994, pp. 61-66.

63. "Economic
Applications of the Shapley Value," in *Game-Theoretic Methods in
General Equilibrium Analysis*, edited by J.-F. Mertens and S. Sorin,
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1994, pp. 121-133.

64. "Backward
Induction and Common Knowledge of Rationality," *Games and Economic
Behavior *8 (1995), pp. 6-19.

65. "Epistemic
Conditions for Nash Equilibrium,"* Econometrica* 63 (1995),
pp. 1161-1180 (with A. Brandenburger).

66. "Reply
to Binmore," *Games and Economic Behavior* 17 (1996), pp. 138-146.

67. "Reply
to Margalit and Yaari," in *The Rational Foundations of Economic
Equilibrium*,
edited by K. J. Arrow, E. Colombatto, M. Perlman,
and C. Schmidt, Macmillan, London and Basingstoke, 1996,
pp. 106-107.

68. "Reply
to Binmore and Samuelson," in* The Rational Foundations of Economic
Equilibrium*, edited by K. J. Arrow, E. Colombatto,
M. Perlman, and C. Schmidt, Macmillan, London and Basingstoke,
1996, pp. 130-131.

69. "The
Absent-Minded Driver,"* Games and Economic Behavior* 20 (1997),
pp. 102-116 (with S. Hart and M. Perry).

70. "The
Forgetful Passenger," *Games and Economic Behavio*r 20 (1997),
pp. 117-120 (with S. Hart and M. Perry).

71. "Rationality
and Bounded Rationality," *Games and Economic Behavior* 21 (1997),
pp. 2-14.

72. "On
the Centipede Game," *Games and Economic Behavior* 23 (1998),
pp. 97-105.

73. "Common
Priors: A Reply to Gul," *Econometrica* 66 (1998), pp. 929-938.

74. "Interactive
Epistemology I: Knowledge," *International Journal of Game Theory* 28
(1999), pp. 263-300.

75. "Interactive
Epistemology II: Probability," *International Journal of Game Theory *28
(1999), pp. 301-314.

76. "Species
Survival and Evolutionary Stability in Sustainable Habitats," *Journal
of Evolutionary Economics* 10 (2000), pp. 437-447 (with W. Gueth).

77. "The
Rationale for Measurability," in *Economics Essays, A Festschrift for
Werner Hildenbrand*, edited by G. Debreu, W. Neuefeind, and W. Trockel,
Springer, Berlin, 2001, pp. 5-7.

78. "Harsanyi's
Sweater," *Games and Economic Behavior* 36 (2001), pp. 7-8.

79. "Incomplete
Information," in *Handbook of Game Theory with economic applications*,
Vol 3, edited by R. J. Aumann and S. Hart, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2002, pp.
1665-1686 (with A. Heifetz).

80. "Risk
Aversion in the Talmud," *Economic Theory* 21 (2003), pp. 233-239.

81. "Presidential
Address," *Games and Economic Behavior *45 (2003), pp. 2-14.

82. "Long Cheap Talk," *Econometrica* 71
(2003), pp. 1619-1660 (with S. Hart).

83. "Musings
on Information and Knowledge," *Econ
Journal Watch* (2005), pp. 88-96.

84. "War and Peace," in *Les Prix Nobel 2005*, edited by K. Grandin,
The Nobel Foundation, Stockholm, 2006, pp. 350-358.

85. "Consciousness," in *Life as We Know It*, edited by J. Seckbach,
Springer, Dordrecht, 2006, pp. 555-564.

86. "Rational Expectations in Games,"* American Economic Review* 98 (2008), pp. 72-86 (with J. Dreze).

87. "Game
Engineering," in* Mathematical Programming and Game Theory
for Decision Making*, edited by S. K. Neogy, R. B. Bapat,
A. K. Das, and T. Parthasarathy, World Scientific, Singapore,
2008, pp. 279-286.

88. "Working with Mike," *Games
and Economic Behavior* 64 (2008), pp. 355-360.

89. "
An Economic Index of Riskiness," *Journal of Political Economy* 116 (2008), pp. 810-836 (with R. Serrano).

90. "Assessing Strategic Risk," *American Economic Journal: Microeconomics* 1 (2009), pp. 1-16 (with J. Dreze).

91. "תגובה בעניין מי שהיה נשוי 3 נשים" ("A Response Regarding the Matter of the Man with Three Wives"), Hama'yan 50, 2, Tevet 5770 (January 2010), pp. 1-11 (In Hebrew).

92. "Some Non-Superadditive Games, and Their Shapley Values, in the Talmud," *International Journal of Game Theory *39 (2010), pp. 3-10.

93. "בענין מי שהיה נשוי שלוש נשים: חלק שני ותשובה למשיבים" ("On the Matter of the Man with Three Wives: Part Two and a Reply to Responders"), Hama'yan 50, 4, Tamuz 5770 (June 2010), pp. 49-69 (In Hebrew).

94. "My Scientific First-Born,"* International Journal of Game Theory* 41 (2012), pp. 735-736.

95. "The Logic of Backward Induction,"*Journal of Economic Theory* 159 (2015), pp. 443-464 (with I. Arieli).

96. "שיטת רב האי גאון בשלוש נשים ושלושה שותפים,"("Rav Ha'i Gaon's Position on the Three Wives and the Three Partners"),* Hama'yan* 58, 3, Nissan 5778 (March 2018), pp. 33-44 (in Hebrew).

97. "A Synthesis of Behavioural and Mainstream Economics,"*Nature Human Behavior* 3 (2019), pp. 666-670 .

**(III)
Reissued Publications (including revisions, translations, etc.)**

A. *Values
of Non-Atomic Games *(Russian translation of Book i), Mir, Moscow,
1977.

B.* Lectures
on Game Theory* (Japanese translation of Book iii), Keso-Shobo, Tokyo,
1991.

C. "Game Theoretic Aspects of Gradual Disarmament" (Chapter 1 of Book v),
in* Pioneering Papers
* *of the Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics*, Vol 5, edited by H. R. Vane and C. Mulhearn,
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Northampton, 2009, pp. 263-304.

D. "Acceptable
Points in General Cooperative *n*-Person Games" (Paper 4),
in *The Foundations of Game Theory*, Vol II, edited by M. A. and
R. W. Dimand, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Brookfield, 1997.

also in* Topics
in* *Mathematical Economics and Game Theory, Essays in Honor of
Robert J. Aumann*, edited by M. H. Wooders, Fields Institute Communications,
American Mathematical Society, Providence, 1999, pp. 1-27.

also
in* Pioneering Papers
* *of the Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics*, Vol 5, edited by H. R. Vane and C. Mulhearn,
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Northampton, 2009, pp. 225-262.

E. "Von
Neumann-Morgenstern Solutions to Cooperative Games without Side Payments" (Paper
5), in *Classics in Game Theory*, edited by H. W. Kuhn, Princeton
University Press, Princeton, 1997, pp. 119-126.

also in *The
Foundations of Game Theory*, Vol II, edited by M. A. and R. W. Dimand,
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Brookfield, 1997.

F. "Linearity
of Unrestrictedly Transferable Utilities" (Paper 9), in *The Foundations
of Game Theory*, Vol II, edited by M. A. and R. W. Dimand, Edward Elgar,
Cheltenham and Brookfield, 1997.

G. "The Core
of a Cooperative Game without Side Payments" (Paper 10), in *General
Equilibrium Theory*, Vol I, edited by G. Debreu, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham
and Brookfield, 1996, pp. 123-136.

H. "Almost
Strictly Competitive Games" (Paper 12), in *Game Theory and Related
Approaches to Social Behavior*, edited by M. Shubik, John Wiley and
Sons, New York, 1964.

I. "Markets
with a Continuum of Traders" (Paper 16), in *Readings in Mathematical
Economics*, edited by P. Newman, The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore,
1968, pp. 147-158.

also in *Mathematical Economics*, Mir, Moscow, 1974 (Russian translation).

also in *Game Theory in Economics*, edited by A. Rubinstein, Edward
Elgar, Aldershot and Brookfield, 1990.

also in *General
Equilibrium Theory*, Vol I, edited by G. Debreu, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham
and Brookfield, 1996, pp. 137-148.

also in *Landmark Papers in General Equilibrium Theory, Social Choice and
Welfare*, selected by K. J. Arrow and G. Debreu, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham
and Brookfield, 2001.

J. "The
Bargaining Set for Cooperative Games" (Paper 17), in *Classics in
Game Theory*, edited by H. W. Kuhn, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1997, pp. 140-169.

K. "Mixed
and Behavior Strategies in Infinite Extensive Games" (Paper 18), in *Positional
Games*, edited by N. N. Vorobiev, Nauka Publishers, Moscow, 1967 (Russian
translation).

L. "Existence
of Competitive Equilibria in Markets with a Continuum of Traders" (Paper
23), in *Mathematical Economics*, Mir, Moscow, 1974 (Russian translation).

also in *General Equilibrium Theory*, Vol I, edited by G. Debreu, Edward
Elgar, Cheltenham and Brookfield, 1996, pp. 149-165.

also in *Classics
in Game Theory*, edited by H. W. Kuhn, Princeton University Press, Princeton,
1997, pp. 170-191.

M. "Subjectivity
and Correlation in Randomized Strategies" (Paper 29),
in* Pioneering Papers
* *of the Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics*, Vol 5, edited by H. R. Vane and C. Mulhearn,
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Northampton, 2009, pp. 305-334.

N. "Agreeing
to Disagree" (Paper 34), in *Game Theory in Economics*, edited
by A. Rubinstein, Edward Elgar, Aldershot and Brookfield, 1990.

also
in* Pioneering Papers
* *of the Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics*, Vol 5, edited by H. R. Vane and C. Mulhearn,
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Northampton, 2009, pp. 335-338.

"Essere d'accordo di non essere d'accordo,"
*La Matematica nella Societa e nella Cultura* 1 (2008), pp. 87-91 (Italian translation).

also
in* Readings in Formal Epistemology,* edited by H. Arlo-Costa, V. F. Hendricks, J. van Benthem, Springer, Dordrecht, 2016, 859-862.

O. "Power
and Taxes in a Multi-Commodity Economy (Updated)" (Paper 38, updated
version), *Journal of Public Economics* 9 (1978), pp. 139-161.

P. "Repeated
Games" (Paper 42, updated version), in *Issues
in Contemporary Microeconomics and Welfare*, edited by
G. R. Feiwel, Macmillan, London, 1985, pp. 209-242.

Q.
"בענין מי שהיה נשוי
שלוש נשים: חלק ראשון" ("On
the Matter of the Man with Three Wives: Part One") (Paper 46, updated
and revised for the Rabbinic public), *Moriah *22, 3-4,
Tevet 5759 (January 1999), pp. 98-107 (in Hebrew).

R. "What
is Game Theory Trying to Accomplish?" (Paper 47), in *Economic Games,
Bargaining, and Solutions*, edited by O. F. Hamouda and J. C. R. Rowley,
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Brookfield, 1997.

"The
Shapley Value" (an adaptation of a part of Paper 47), in *Game Theory
and Applications*, edited by T. Ichiishi, A. Neyman, and Y. Tauman,
Academic Press, San Diego, 1990, pp. 158-165.

S. "Values
of Markets with Satiation or Fixed Prices" (Paper 51, abridged
version), in *Underemployment Equilibria*, by J. H. Dreze, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge, 1991, pp. 111-131.

T. "Correlated
Equilibrium as an Expression of Bayesian Rationality" (Paper 53), in *Game
Theory in Economics*, edited by A. Rubinstein, Edward Elgar, Aldershot
and Brookfield, 1990.

also
in* Pioneering Papers
* *of the Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics*, Vol 5, edited by H. R. Vane and C. Mulhearn,
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Northampton, 2009, pp. 354-371.

U. "Game
Theory" (Paper 55), in *The New Palgrave Game Theory*, edited by J.
Eatwell, M. Milgate, and P. Newman, Macmillan, London and Basingstoke, 1989,
pp. 1-53.

also in *The
New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics*, Vol 3, edited by S. N. Durlauf and L. E. Blume, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2008, pp. 529-558.

V. "Endogenous
Formation of Links between Players and of Coalitions: An Application of
the Shapley Value" (Paper 56), in *Networks and Groups: Models of
Strategic Formation*, edited by B. Dutta and M. O. Jackson, Springer,
Berlin and Heidelberg, 2003, pp. 207-220.

W. "L'irrationalite dans la theorie des jeux" (French translation of paper 60), in Analyse economique des conventions, edited by A. Orlean, Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 1994, pp. 43-59.

X. "Long-Term Competition: A Game-Theoretic Analysis" (Paper 61), in Pioneering Papers of the Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics, Vol 5, edited by H. R. Vane and C. Mulhearn, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham and Northampton, 2009, pp. 339-353.

Y. "Epistemic Conditions for Nash Equilibrium" (paper 65), edited by H. Arlo-Costa, V. F. Hendricks, J. van Benthem, Springer, Dordrecht, 2016, 863-894 (with A. Brandenburger).

Z. "Perspectives on Bounded Rationality" (preliminary version of Paper 71), in

"Rationality and Bounded Rationality" (preliminary version
of Paper 71), in *Cooperation: Game Theoretic Approaches*,
edited by S. Hart and A. Mas-Colell, Springer, Berlin, 1997,
pp. 219-232.

"Rationality
and Bounded Rationality" (Paper 71), in *Frontiers
of Research in Economic Theory, The Nancy L. Schwartz Memorial
Lectures, 1983-1997*, edited by D. P. Jacobs, E.
Kalai, and M. I. Kamien, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
1998, pp. 47-60.

also in *The
Legacy of Herbert Simon in Economic Analysis*, Vol I,
edited by P. Earl, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2001, pp. 199-211.

AA. "Risk Aversion in the Talmud" (Paper 80), in

"שנאת סיכון בתלמוד" (Hebrew translation of Paper 80), in *על הכלכלה ועל המחיה* (*On the Economy and on Sustenance: Judaism, Society and Economics*), edited by I. Brenner and A. A. Lavi, Rubin Mass Publishing, Jerusalem, 2008, pp. 151-160.

BB. "War and Peace" (Paper 84),

also in *Augustin Cournot: Modelling Economics*, edited by J.-P. Touffut, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2007, pp. 96-105.

also in *Nobel Lectures: Economic Sciences 2001-2005*, edited by P. Englund, World Scientific, Singapore, 2008, pp. 500-508.

"Guerra y paz," *Revista Asturiana de Economia* 36 (2006), pp. 193-204 (Spanish translation).

"Guerra e pace," *La Matematica nella Societa e nella Cultura* 1 (2008), pp. 93-105 (Italian translation).

CC. "Game Engineering" (Paper 87),

DD. "On the State of the Art in Game Theory" (Item l of "Other Publications"),

EE. "An Interview with Robert Aumann" (Item o of "Other Publications"), in

"Razionalita, Cooperazione, Conflitto: Intervista sulla Teoria dei Giochi," edited by P. De Benedetti, Morcelliana, Brescia, 2008 (Italian translation of Item o of "Other Publications").

"Intervista a Robert Aumann," *La Matematica nella Societa e nella Cultura* 1 (2008), pp. 57-86 (Italian translation of Item o of "Other Publications," excerpts).

"La Teoria de los Juegos" (Spanish translation of Item o of "Other Publications"). Ediciones Sigueme, Salamanca, Spain, 2012.

FF. "Robert J. Aumann" (biography) (Item q of "Other Publications"), in

*** In addition, Papers 1 through 65, Paper 71, and Items b, c, f, g, h, i, j, and k of "Other Publications" appear in Collected Papers (Book vi).

**(IV)
Other Publications**

a. "Letter
to the Editor," *Naval
Research Logistics Quarterly* 7 (1960), pp. 85-88.

b. "The
Game of Politics," *World
Politics *14 (1962), pp. 675-686
(a review of Anatol Rapaport's *Fights, Games, and Debates*).

c.
Introduction to "Some Thoughts on the Theory of Cooperative
Games," by Gerd Jentzsch, in *Advances in Game Theory, *Annals
of Mathematics Study 52, edited by M. Dresher, L. S. Shapley,
and A. W. Tucker, Princeton University Press, 1964, pp. 407-409.

d. "?תורת
המשחקים: משחק" "Game Theory:
A Game?" (in Hebrew), an interview, *Makhshavot *(Thoughts),
a publication of IBM Israel, Number 29 (February 1970), p.
9ff.

f. "Economic
Theory and Mathematical Method: An Interview," in *Arrow and the
Ascent of Modern Economic Theory*, edited by G. R. Feiwel, Macmillan,
London, 1987, pp. 306-316.

g. "Arrow
-- the Breadth, Depth, and Conscience of the Scholar: An Interview," in *Arrow
and the Foundations of the Theory of Economic Policy*, edited by G.
R. Feiwel, Macmillan, London, 1987, pp. 658-662.

h. "Letter
to Leonard Savage, 8 January 1971," in *Essays on Economic
Decisions under Uncertainty*, by J. H. Dreze, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge, 1987, pp. 76-78.

i. "Report
of the Committee on Election Procedures for Fellows," *Econometrica* 55
(1987), pp. 983-988 (with M. Bruno, F. Hahn, and A. Sen).

j.
Foreword
to *A General Theory of Equilibrium Selection in Games*,
by John C. Harsanyi and Reinhard Selten, MIT Press, Cambridge
and London,
1988, pp. xi-xiii.

k.
Foreword
to *Two-Sided Matching, A Study in Game-Theoretic Modeling
and Analysis*, by A. E. Roth and M. A. Sotomayor, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge, 1990, p. xi.

l. "On the
State of the Art in Game Theory: An Interview," in *Understanding
Strategic Interaction, Essays in Honor of Reinhard Selten*,"
edited by W. Albers, W. Gueth, P. Hammerstein, B. Moldovanu,
and E. Van Damme, Springer, Berlin, 1997, pp. 8-34.

m. "Introductory
Remarks," in *Cooperation: Game Theoretic Approaches*,
edited by S. Hart and A. Mas-Colell, Springer, Berlin,
1997, pp. 5-6.

n. "Boy
Takes Girl or Girl Takes Boy?" (in Hebrew), *Kim'at Alpayim* (Almost
2000), a publication of the Center for Science Teaching at the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, Number 18, Spring 1998, pp. 2-3.

o. "An
Interview with Robert Aumann," interviewed by Sergiu Hart, *
Macroeconomic Dynamics* 9, 2005, pp. 683-740.

p. "Correspondence,"
*Econ Journal Watch* (2005), pp. 377-378.

q. "Robert J. Aumann" (biography), in *Les Prix Nobel 2005*, edited by K. Grandin,
The Nobel Foundation, Stockholm, 2006, pp. 343-349.

r. "The Nobel Banquet in Stockholm" (after-dinner speech), in *Les Prix Nobel 2005*, edited by K. Grandin,
The Nobel Foundation, Stockholm, 2006, p. 29.

s. "An Interview with Robert Aumann," interviewed by P. G. Hansen, in *Game Theory: 5 Questions*, edited by V. F. Hendricks and P. G. Hansen,
Automatic Press, 2007, pp. 1-7.

t. "ילכו השניים יחדיו: מדע שימושי ומדע בסיסי" ("Applied Science and Pure Science") (in Hebrew), *Igeret*, a publication of
The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Issue 29, December 2007, pp. 45-46.

u. "Robert Aumann," interviewed by O. Roy, in *Epistemic Logic: 5 Questions*, edited by V. F. Hendricks and O. Roy, Automatic Press, 2010, pp. 21-33.