Anirban Kar : Research


 

 

  1. Procedural fairness in lotteries assigning initial roles in a dynamic setting [With Eugenio Proto and Gianluca Grimalda], forthcoming, Experimental Economics
  2. The Shapley Value as the Maximizer of Expected Nash Welfare [with Arunava Sen], International Journal of Game Theory, Volume 43, Issue 3, August 2014
  3. Externalities, Potential, Value and Consistency [with Bhaskar Dutta and Lars Ehlers]; Journal of Economic Theory, Vol: 145, Issue 6, November 2010
  4. On obligation rules for minimum cost spanning tree problems [with Gustavo Bergantinos]; Games and Economic Behavior, Vol: 69, Issue 2, July 2010
  5. A difficulty in implementing correlated equilibrium distributions [with Indrajit Ray and Roberto Serrano]; Games and Economic Behavior, Vol: 69, Issue 1, May 2010
  6. On the coincidence of the prenucleolus and the Shapley value [with Manipushpak Mitra and Suresh Mutuswami]; Mathematical Social Science, Vol: 57, Issue 1, January 2009
  7. Allocation of multiple estates among agents with single-peaked preferences [with Ozgur Kibris]; Social Choice and Welfare, Vol: 31, Number 4, December 2008
  8. Cost monotonicity and core selection on minimum cost spanning tree games [with Bhaskar Dutta]; Games and Economic Behavior, Vol: 48, Issue 2, August 2004
  9. Axiomatization of the Shapley value on minimum cost spanning tree games; Games and Economic Behavior, Vol: 38, Issue 2, 265-277, February 2002