Spring 2017

This workshop meets every Tuesday at 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. in SHFE 112. For questions please contact Ada Barbosa (Workshop in Economic Theory coordinator) or Sofia Bianchini (Applied Theory Workshop coordinator).

Previous Quarters: Spring 2016, Fall 2016

March 28
Sylvain Chassang, NYU
"Detecting and Understanding Collusion: the Case of Missing Bids"

April 4
Francesc Dilmé, University of Bonn
"Likelihood Assignments in Extensive-Form Games" (note: updated 4/4/17)

April 11
Songzi Du, Simon Fraser University
"Robust Mechanisms Under Common Valuation"

April 18
Johannes Horner, Yale University; BFI Visiting Scholar
"Keeping Your Story Straight: Truthtelling and Liespotting"

April 25
Ran Spiegler, University College London
"Can Agents With Causal Misperceptions Be Systematically Fooled?"

May 2
Peter Klibanoff, Northwestern University
Incomplete Information Games with Ambiguity Averse Players

May 9
Bart Lipman, Boston University
"Mechanisms with Evidence: Commitment and Robustness"

May 19 - Special Friday Session
Alessandro Bonatti, MIT Sloan School
"The Design and Price of Information"

May 23
Henrique de Oliveira, Penn State
"Apparent Mistakes"

May 30
Mark Dean, Columbia University

June 6
Niko Matouschek, Northwestern Kellogg School

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