Game Theory

The Game Theory seminars are jointly organised by the departments of Applied Economics IV and Foundations of Economic Analysis I. The seminar takes place on Fridays, and lasts for more or less one hour and a quarter, one hour and a half, questions included. People who attend it have a mathematics or an economics background.

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

  • We will buy your plane ticket and book the hotel for you. 
  • The university policy allows us to cover for the speaker up to 2-3 nights. If you come accompanied you would have to pay the extra, but we can book the room(s) for you.  
  • Please keep all the original receipts (tickets, taxis, ...) and do not forget to send them once back.  We can only reimburse the original tickets or bills.
  • We will need you to fill the following data form and a copy of your passport.

 

FUTURE AND PAST SEMINARS (SINCE JANUARY 2008)

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2009

Feb
6

Marc Fleurbaey (Université Paris Descartes)

One stake, one vote

Jan
16

John Wooders (University of Arizona)

An Experimental Study of Auctions with a Buy Price Under Private and Common Values. Joint with Q. Shahriar

Jan
12

Ken Binmore (University College London)

Rational Decisions

Jan
9

Jaromir Kovarik (UPV/EHU)

Risk Aversion and Networks: Microfoundations for Network Formation. Joint with M. van der Leij.

2008

Dec
12

José Ramón Uriarte (UPV/EHU)

Doubts and Equilibria

Nov
14

Carmen Herrero (Universidad de Alicante)

Multidimensional Welfare. An application to the human development index. Joint with R. Martinez and A. Villar

Nov
11

Bengt-Arne Wickström (Humboldt-Universität)

Just language rights in static and dynamic settings

Oct
31

Jean-Yves Duclos (Université de Laval)

Testing for pro-poorness of growth, with an application to Mexico. Joint with A. Araar, M. Audet and P. Makdissi

Oct
17

Juan D. Moreno-Ternero (Universidad de Málaga and CORE)

The political economy of health care finance. Joint with J. Roemer

Oct
10

Antonio Villar (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

Public Funding, Personal Choices and Equality of Opportunity". Joint with A. Calo-Blanco

Oct
3

Constanza Fosco (Universidad Carlos III)

Incentives and informal networks. Joint with F. Mengel

Sep
24

Dov Samet (Tel Aviv University)

The sure thing principle and independence of irrelevant knowledge

Sep
9

Jacques Silber (Bar-Ilan University)

On the Intergenerational Transmission of Inequality in Life Chances in Latin America. Joint with J. Deutsch

Jun
11

Peter Sudhölter (University of Southern Denmark)

On Core Stability, Vital Coalitions and Extendability. Joint with E. Shellshear

May
30

Jorge Luis García (Universidad de Rochester)

Trading Objects under Joint Endowments.

May
9

Hans Reijnierse (Universidad de Tilburg)

Finging convenient TU-games to model OR-situations. Joint J. Kleppe, P. Borm and R. Hendrickx

Apr
22

Julio González-Diaz (Northwestern University)

Ranking Participants in Tournaments by means of rating functions. Joint with M. Brozos-Vázquez, M. A. Campo-Cabana and J. C. Díaz-Ramos.

Apr
18

Alexandra M. Espinosa (Universidad Pública de Navarra)

El problema Shelling de las curvas de población visto como un potencial. Joint with J. B. Galván.

Mar
18

Mamoru Kaneko (Institute of Policy and Planning Sciences, University of Tsukuba)

An Analysis of Discrimination in Festival Games with Limited Access. Joint with A. Mitra

Mar
14

Guiomar Martín-Herrán (Universidad de Valladolid)

Property Rights for Natural Resources and Sustainable Growth in a Two-Country Trade. Joint with F. Cabo and M. Martínez-García

Mar
10

Marc Vorsatz (Fundación de Estudios de Economía Aplicada, Madrid)

Truth, Trust, and Sanctions: An Experimental Study on Institutional Selection in Sender-Receiver Games. Joint with R. Peeters and M. Walzl

Mar
7

John Weymark (Vanderbilt University)

Strategic nonlinear income tax competition with perfect labor mobility

Mar
4

Jorge Alcalde (Universidad Pública de Navarra)

On the measurement of consensus

Feb
29

Peter J. Lambert (Universidad de Oregon)

Positional equity and equal sacrifice: design principles for an EU-wide income tax?

Feb
22

Penélope Hernández (Universidad de Valencia)

Finite-Time Comunication through Noisy Channels. Joint with A. Urbano and J. E. Vila

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