Ville Korpela

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We apply the idea of partial honesty, first introduced by Dutta and Sen [Nash Implementation with Partially Honest Individuals, Game Econ. Behav. 74 (2012) 154-169.] in a complete information setting, to environments with incomplete information. We show that with private values and at least three individuals, incentive compatibility and no veto power are(More)
Fifty-seven inpatients with major depression (DSM-III-R) entered a 12-week study comparing paroxetine and imipramine. Trends (not reaching statistical significance) in favour of paroxetine were seen on the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HDRS) and the Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale (MADRS). The UKU Side Effect Rating Scale showed a significant(More)
In an important step forward Maskin (1977) showed that two properties −Monotonicity and No Veto Power − form a sufficient condition for Nash implementation when conjoinet. In contrast to the vast literature that followed, this characterization has two big advantages: First, it is often easy to verify, and second, it has an elegant and simple interpretation.(More)
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