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Workshop on Game Theory and Social Choice

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Program (Last modified: December 16, 2015)

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Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Friday, December 11, 2015

Session A

Session B

11:00

11:15

Opening

11:15

12:30

Session_1

Mechanism design

Kemal Yildiz Implementation via rights structures

Michele Lombardi Implementation in partial equilibrium

Helmuts Azacis Repeated implementation

12:30

13:30

Lunch Snack

13:30

14:30

Keynote Lecture I

Clemens Puppe The single-peaked domain revisited - a global characterization

14:30

14:50

Coffee Break

14:50

16:05

Session_2

Bargaining and cake-cutting

Electoral models

Balázs Sziklai Resource- and population-monotonicity in cake-cutting

Mihir Bhattacharya A model of electoral competition between national and regional parties

Bram Driesen Truncated leximin solutions

László Csató Between plurality and proportionality: an analysis of vote transfer systems

Francesca Flamini A non-cooperative approach to dynamic bargaining

Elham Nikram Tournament game with incumbent

16:05

16:25

Coffee Break

16:25

17:40

Session_3

Voting

Applications

Attila Tasnádi Neural networks vote for the Borda count

Antonin Macé Choosing when to delegate: Endogenous cooperation and optimal voting rules

Anna Moskalenko A mechanism to pick the deserving winner

David Deremer Suspiciously timed trade disputes

Josep Freixas On the search of Nash equilibrium in manipulable (j,k)-voting systems

17:40

18:00

Coffee Break

18:00

19:15

Session_4

Matching

Industrial Organization

Tamas Fleiner Pareto optimal matchings in two-sided markets with matroid constraints

Omer Baris Price dispersion and optimal price categories with limited memory consumers

Battal Dogan Stability and the immediate acceptance rule when school priorities are weak

Stefano Colombo Mixed oligopolies and collusion

Péter Biró Circulation under responsive preferences

Robert Edwards Competition with simplicity biased consumers

19:30

21:00

Dinner

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Session A

Session B

8:45

10:00

Session_5

Solution concepts

Consumer and group choice

Miklós Pintér The non-emptiness of the weak sequential core of a transferable utility game with uncertainty

Xiangyu Qu Commitment and Anticipated Utilitarianism

Messaoud Deghdak On the existence of Berge equilibrium in better reply secure abstract games

Andrei Matveenko Individual utility and social choice generated by choice of attitudes

Tamás Solymosi Monotonicity of the nucleolus in assignment games

Anna Panova Governance in university

10:00

10:20

Coffee Break

10:20

12:00

Plenary Session

Josef Hofbauer Varoufakis versus Nash (Learning in unprofitable games)

Gerard van der Laan Comparable characterizations of four solutions for permission tree games

Ulle Endriss A note on embedding voting rules into judgment aggregation

William Zwicker Scale-invariant citation indices

12:00

13:00

Lunch

13:00

14:00

Keynote Lecture II

Hans Peters An axiomatic characterization of the Owen-Shapley spatial power index

14:00

14:20

Coffee Break

14:20

15:35

Session_6

Axiomatizations in social choice

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Emre Ergin Delegation games: a  characterization of reported preferences

Wolfgang Kuhle Observing each other’s observations in a Bayesian coordination game

Panos Protopapas Solidarity properties of choice correspondences

Ovanes Petrosian The choice to cooperate under uncertain-stochastic future

William Phan For the object allocation problem, efficiency, strategy-proofness, decomposability, and the partial endowment lower bound characterize TTC

Volker Hahn Committee design with endogenous participation

15:35

15:55

Coffee Break

15:55

17:10

Session_7

Reasoning

Various topics

Ali Ihsan Ozkes Collective bounded rationality: Theory and experiments

Barna Bakó Competition in Asymmetric Two-Sided Markets

Mantas Radzvilas and Jurgis Karpus Team reasoning and mutually advantageous team play in games

Anna Khmelnitskaya Generalization of binomial coefficients to numbers on the nodes of cycle-free graphs

Philippe van Basshuysen Preference restrictions − general and psychologically-informed algorithms for (epistemic) game theory

Anna Zseleva Zero-sum games with charges

17:20

17:30

Adjourn 

Last modified: 2016.01.04.