Dynamics in Games and Economics, Warwick 11-13 April 2010.
This meeting is followed by an EPSRC Symposium Workshop on Game theory for finance, social and biological sciences at Warwick, 14-17 April. If you would like to attend this workshop as well please indicate this on the registration form. To register click here.
AIM: Game theory is particularly well-placed for building a platform in which to discuss very important issues such as the social coordination required to tackle climate issues, allocating scarce natural resources shortage and so on. The school could help in focusing on aspects of the theory where "players" evolve strategies dynamically. The aim of this school is to study evolutionary games, replicator dynamics, fictitious dynamics and learning behaviour. These topics are of interest to economists (and to biologists) but at the same have mathematical appeal.
The school will consist of a small number of mini-courses which survey various aspect of this field. These mini-courses require no in-depth background knowledge, but will be of a mathematical nature. Speakers include:
Title: Learning processes, dynamical systems and stochastic approximations in games
Title: Cycles and Chaos in Fictitious Play
Title: Adaptive Heuristics and Game Dynamics
Subtitle: From Calibration to Regret-Matching -- It Is All a Matter of Approach(ability)
Abstract: Blackwell's approachability, calibrated forecasts, regret-matching, adaptive heuristics, and general dynamics in multi-person interactions
Title: Evolutionary game dynamics
- I: Evolutionary game dynamics
- II: Stability of Nash equilibria and cycles
- III: Equilibrium selection
Keywords: replicator dynamics, best response dynamics, convergence to equilibrium, cycles, zero-sum games, partnership games, elimination and survival of dominated strategies, equilibrium selection
Title: Complex evolutionary systems in behavioral finance (joint work with C. Hommes)
We plan to subsidise accommodation for the ﬁrst 30 participants, so that participants will be asked a fee (which includes food during the workshop) of
- £150 which includes accommodation for the ﬁrst 30 registered participants requiring accommodation for duration of school
- £100 without accommodation for the remaining participants.
Participants from the CODY network will be reimbursed for all their costs.
Where possible, visitors should obtain an EDUROAM account from their own university to enable internet access whilst at Warwick.
You can register for any of the symposia or workshops online. To see which registrations are currently open and to submit a registration, please click hereLink opens in a new window.
Mathematics Research Centre
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL - UK