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The conference is intended to bring together researchers who are interested in all aspects of mechanism and market design. The conference will have four key-note talks and another 20 paper presentations. The overall aim is to have a small conference where meaningful dialogue and exchange of...
The conference is intended to bring together researchers who are interested in the evolutionary foundations of economic and social behavior, evolutionary game theory, and learning in games. We welcome submissions from anyone working in these areas, both theoretical and experimental/empirical work.
The Arne Ryde Conference on Financial Intermediation is a small and focused conference with topics including but not limited to: - Bank credit and the real economy - Cross border banking - Developments in financial intermediation technology - Systemic Risk
The workshop aims to bring together a group of researchers applying experimental methods (in terms of e.g., incentivized elicitation methods, games, and/or randomization between treatments) in the study of the behavior of managers, entrepreneurs and firms.
Submissions to the Arne Ryde workshop on “Identity, Image and Economic Behavior” are invited. Also, researchers with an interest in the topic are welcome to participate without presenting papers. An important purpose of the workshop is to gather researchers within the field to exchange ideas...
Three lectures on economic design will be given on Monday 27 June 2016 in Lund, Sweden, by - Professor Federico Echenique, Caltech "Revealed Preference Theory" - Professor Lars Ehlers, University of Montreal "Strategy-Proofness in Markets with Indivisibilities" - Professor William Thomson,...
In the informal spirit of the CNEE meetings, we welcome both presentations of work in progress, finished papers (about 20 minutes) and short presentations of experimental designs and ideas.
The Asian Economic Panel meets twice a year to discuss economic issues that pertain to regions of Asia or to particular Asian countries. The discussion of each topic begins with a presentation of an analytical paper followed by a discussion. Submission of papers is by invitation only.
The themes of the workshop are asset pricing, portfolio choice and market microstructure.
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