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Economic Theory Workshop 2014

6-7 June, 2014
Radcliffe House, University of Warwick

Academic Lead: Bhaskar Dutta

Contact us:

Marketing and Events Team

E-mail: economics.events@warwick.ac.uk

Telephone: (024) 76528089


Workshop Programme

Friday 6th June 2014

9.00

Registration 

9.15

Welcome

9.20-10.20

Faruk Gul
(Princeton)
"Calibrated Uncertainty"

10.20-10.45

Coffee/Tea

10.45-11.45

Phil Reny (University of Chicago)

"Sequential Equilibrium in Multistage Games with Infinite Sets of Actions and Types"

11.45-12.45 Yeon-koo Che (Columbia) "Optimal Design for Social Learning"
12.45-2.00

Lunch

2.00-3.00 Gilat Levy
(LSE)
"Preferences over Equality in the presence of Costly Income Sorting"
3.00-4.00 Marina Halac (Warwick and Columbia)

"Contests for Experimentation"

4.00- 4.30

Coffee/Tea

4.30-5.30 Olivier Tercieux (Paris School of Economics) "Efficiency and Stability in Large Markets"
5.30-6.30 Ariel Rubinstein (Tel Aviv University) "Complex Questionnaires" (Joint with Jacob Glazer)
7.00 Drinks and Dinner: Radcliffe House  

Saturday 7th June 2014

9.15-10.15 Federico Echenique (Caltech) "Testable Implications of Quasi-Hyperbolic and Exponential Time Discounting"
10.15-10.45

Coffee/Tea 

10.45-11.45 Mehmet Ekmekci (Pittsburgh) "Manipulated Eletorates and Information Aggregation"
11.45-12.45 Alex Gershkov (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) "Optimal Voting Rules"
12.45-2.00

Lunch

2.00-3.00 Vijay Krishna (Penn State University)
"On Tacit vs Explicit Collusion"
3.00-4.00 Sylvain Chassang (Princeton)

"Making Collusion Hard: Asymmetric Information as a Counter-Corruption Measure"

 

Further information

For speakers

Expense form (PDF Document)

Bank Details form (Word Document)

Radcliffe House


For delegates

Campus Map (PDF Document)

Workshop Programme (PDF Document) (Printable Version)