Jehiel

Jehiel

(jēhī`əl), in the Bible. 1 Ancestor of Saul. 2 One of David's mighty men. 3 Musician of David. 4 Son of Jehoshaphat. 5 Levite under David. An alternate form is Jehieli. 6 Tutor of David's sons. 7 Levite under Hezekiah. 8 Leader under Josiah. 9 Father of a postexilic family. 10 Father of one who had a foreign wife.
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Akash Kumar followed suit with a similar result against Argentine Mirco Jehiel Cuello in 56 kg category and Vijaydeep, too, followed the other two Indians in getting a 3-2 decision in 69 kg.
Jehiel. "Auctions and Information Acquisition: Sealed Bid or Dynamic Formats?" The Rand Journal of Economics, 38(2), 2007, 355-72.
Objective: The analogy-based expectation equilibrium (jehiel, 2005) has been introduced to cope with strategic environments in which agents form their expectations by bundling data that come from different sources (see also the valuation equilibrium defined in jehiel and samet, 2007).
Ottaviani et Squintani 2006; Kartik, Ottaviani, et Squintani 2007; Jehiel et Koessler 2008; Chen 2011), l'auteur etablit sa propre typologie.
Javerbaum grew up attending a Conservative synagogue in New Jersey ("I had a wonderful rabbi, actually -- Rabbi Jehiel Orenstein -- I'd love to give a shout out to him''), but now describes himself as "not a religious person.'' He praised "The Book of Mormon'' as an example of a show that satirizes religion.
She had numerous Loyalist ancestors including: Jeptha Hawley UE, Jehiel Hawley UE, Sheldon Hawley UE, James Johnston UE, Philip Switzer UE, Joseph Jenkes UE, Amos Martin UE, and Matthias Rose UE.
Born in Romania in 1908, Berkovits was a leading disciple of Rabbi Jehiel Jacob Weinberg of the Hildesheimer Seminary in Berlin and received his Ph.D.
* Milo Bianchi, University Paris-Dauphine, and Philippe Jehiel, PSE and UCL, "Financial Reporting and Market Efficiency with Extrapolative Investors"
Judah ben Jehiel's (Messer Leon) Nofet Zufim (Mantua, before 1480) and the first book to contain rabbinic approbations.
Jehiel (1992) defines, for instance, a scenery within, if the game is repeated an endless number of times, firms are able to collude on price and to get elevated profits through elevated prices; the central position is so preferred not owing to fear the strategic effect.
the use of threats in bargaining); David Ettinger & Philippe Jehiel,