Barton L. Lipman
Barton L. Lipman
Professor of Economics, Boston University
Verified email at bu.edu
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Provision of public goods: Fully implementing the core through private contributions
M Bagnoli, BL Lipman
The Review of Economic Studies 56 (4), 583-601, 1989
6181989
Representing preferences with a unique subjective state space
E Dekel, BL Lipman, A Rustichini
Econometrica 69 (4), 891-934, 2001
4422001
Evolution with state-dependent mutations
J Bergin, BL Lipman
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 943-956, 1996
3781996
Successful takeovers without exclusion
M Bagnoli, BL Lipman
The Review of Financial Studies 1 (1), 89-110, 1988
2931988
Standard state-space models preclude unawareness
E Dekel, BL Lipman, A Rustichini
Econometrica 66 (1), 159-173, 1998
2871998
Robust inference in communication games with partial provability
BL Lipman, DJ Seppi
Journal of Economic Theory 66 (2), 370-405, 1995
2421995
Temptation-driven preferences
E Dekel, BL Lipman, A Rustichini
The Review of Economic Studies 76 (3), 937-971, 2009
2212009
How to decide how to decide how to...: Modeling limited rationality
BL Lipman
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1105-1125, 1991
2031991
Information processing and bounded rationality: a survey
BL Lipman
Canadian Journal of Economics, 42-67, 1995
1921995
Stock price manipulation through takeover bids
M Bagnoli, BL Lipman
The RAND Journal of Economics, 124-147, 1996
1821996
Stock repurchase as a takeover defense
M Bagnoli, R Gordon, BL Lipman
The Review of Financial Studies 2 (3), 423-443, 1989
1591989
Recent developments in modeling unforeseen contingencies
E Dekel, BL Lipman, A Rustichini
European Economic Review 42 (3-5), 523-542, 1998
1371998
Representing Preferences with a Unique Subjective State Space: A Corrigendum1
E Dekel, BL Lipman, A Rustichini, T Sarver
Econometrica 75 (2), 591-600, 2007
1292007
Why is language vague
BL Lipman
Unpublished. http://people. bu. edu/blipman/Papers/vague5. pdf, 2009
1032009
Decision theory without logical omniscience: Toward an axiomatic framework for bounded rationality
BL Lipman
The Review of Economic Studies 66 (2), 339-361, 1999
981999
Costly self‐control and random self‐indulgence
E Dekel, BL Lipman
Econometrica 80 (3), 1271-1302, 2012
88*2012
Optimal allocation with costly verification
E Ben-Porath, E Dekel, BL Lipman
American Economic Review 104 (12), 3779-3813, 2014
842014
Finite order implications of common priors
BL Lipman
Econometrica 71 (4), 1255-1267, 2003
75*2003
Implementation with partial provability
E Ben-Porath, BL Lipman
Journal of Economic Theory 147 (5), 1689-1724, 2012
722012
Switching costs in frequently repeated games
BL Lipman, R Wang
Journal of Economic Theory 93 (2), 149-190, 2000
682000
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