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ESRC Workshop on Game Theory and Applications

The next ESRC Workshop on Game Theory and Applications will be held at the University of Warwick on 28th-29th June, 2004, in Room S0.11, Social Studies Building


(Speakers in bold print)

June 28

2.00-2.30pm : Registration
2.30-3.30pm : “ Competition and Efficiency in Markets with Quality Uncertainty
A. Muthoo and S. Mutuswami
3.30-4.30pm : “ Equilibria in a Dynamic Global Game: The Role of Cohort Effects
  N. Melissas and P. Heidhues.
4.30-5.00pm : Coffee/Tea Break
5.00-6.00pm : “ How Much Do You Really Care : A Study of Efficient Compromise
T. Borgers and P. Postl
7.30pm : Dinner


June 29

9.00 -10.00 : “ Structural Holes in Social Networks
S. Goyal and F. Vega-Redondo.
10.00-11.00 : “A Smooth Model of Decision Making Under Ambiguity
P. Klibanoff, M. Marinacci and S. Mukerji
11.00-11.30 : Coffee/Tea Break
11.30- 12.30: “ Complexity and Efficiency in Repeated Games with Negotiation
J. Lee and H. Sabourian
12.30- 1.30 : Lunch
1.30- 3.00 : “Robust Mechanism Design”
Stephen Morris (Invited Speaker)
3.00-3.30 : Coffee/Tea Break
3.30-4.30 : “ Qualitative Voting
R. Hortala-Vallve
4.30-5.30 : “ Costly Voting and Information Acquisition
S.Ghosal and B. Lockwood


Will be provided on the University of Warwick Campus. Please register for your room at the reception desk in the Rootes Social Building.


Details on how to get to the University of Warwick can be found here
Room S0.11 is in the Social Studies building; a map of the campus is available here

If you have any queries please contact Bhaskar Dutta (email: B. or Fiona Brown (email: