This workshop meets virtually via Zoom on Tuesdays from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Central Time (see schedule below for exceptions to this meeting time). For questions, please contact Ada Barbosa (Workshop in Economic Theory coordinator) or Ari Conterato (Applied Theory Workshop coordinator).
March 30 - via Zoom
Alex Wolitzky, MIT
"Persuasion as Matching"
April 6 - via Zoom
Rakesh Vohra, University of Pennsylvania
"Substitute Preferences and Equilibria with Indivisibilities"
April 13 - via Zoom
Renee Bowen, University of California, San Diego
"Learning from Shared News: When Abundant Information Leads to Belief Polarization"
April 20 - via Zoom
Andy Skrzypacz, Stanford University
"Persuasion with Multiple Actions"
April 27 - via Zoom
Marcin Peski, University of Toronto
"Bargaining with Mechanisms"
May 4 - via Zoom
Inga Deimen, University of Arizona
"Communication in the Shadow of Catastrophe"
May 11 - via Zoom
Jennifer La'O, Columbia University
"Information Acquisition, Efficiency, and Non-Fundamental Volatility"
May 18 - via Zoom
Kareen Rozen, Brown University
"Communication, Perception and Strategic Obfuscation"
May 25- via Zoom
David Miller, University of Michigan
"Seeking Relationship Support: Strategic network formation and robust cooperation" (Abstract only available.)
June 1 - via Zoom
Tommaso Denti, Cornell University
"Costly monitoring in signaling games"
June 8 - via Zoom
Daniel Garrett, Toulouse School of Economics
"Optimal Technology Design"