Warwick Agents and Games in Economic Research (WAGER) is a fortnightly meeting for researchers interested in models of interacting economic agents.
Shared interest among the group revolve around Economics and Finance and comprise: (Evolutionary) Game Theory, Interacting Particle Systems, Networks, Opinion Dynamics and Agent Based modeling, with some bias toward the more theoretical and mathematical aspects.
All meetings take place in room D1.07, Zeeman Building, start at 4pm . There is no minimum duration and maximum of one hour.
1/2 - Qualitative and quantitative coarse-graining of Langevin dynamics - Manh Hong Duong
TBC - The Evolution of Conventions (P. Young, 1993) - Gian Lorenzo Spisso
Intro and Models of local interaction with (some) rationality - Gian Lorenzo Spisso - Slides and references (11/2/16)
Opinion Dynamics and Price Formation - Guillem Mosquera-Donate - Slides (3/3/2016)
1+1=2? Well, think again! - Alexandros Karlis - Slides and references (10/3/2016)
Trophic Coherence - Samuel Johnson
Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics of bipartite mean field spin systems - Andrea Pizzoferrato (7/12/2016)