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22
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2019
23
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2019
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Le Laboratoire d'économie mathématiques et de microéconomique appliquée (LEMMA) présentera le 22 et 23 mai 2019 un atelier sur le thème : 

Workshop on Signaling in Markets, Auctions and Games: a Multidisciplinary Approach

Organisateurs : M. Olivier BOS et Mme Christina PAWLOWITSCH, maîtres de conférences en économie et en mathématiques à l'université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas

Program:

Wednesday, May 22nd

9h15 Welcome and Coffee

9h30-11h30 Session 1, Classical Game Theory (Chair: Olivier Bos)

Péter Vida (Universty of Cergy-Pontoise, with Takakazu Honryo): Strategic Stability of Equilibria in Multi-Sender Signaling Games

Francesc Dilme (University of Bonn): Skewed Information Transmission

11h30-12h00 Coffee Break

12h00-13h00 Session 2 (Chair: Gorkem Celik)

Joel Sobel (University of California San Diego): tba

13h00-14h00 Lunch

14h00-16h00 Session 3, Language (Chair: Brian Buccola)

Heater Brunett (Paris Diderot University): Signaling Games, Sociolinguistic Variation and the Construction of Style

Robert von Rooij (University of Amsterdam): Signaling Games and the Semantics & Pragmatics of Natural Language

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16h30-18h30 Session 4, Signaling and Evolution (Chair: Sylvain Sorin)

Josef Hofbauer (University of Vienna, with Christina Pawlowitsch): Evolutionary Dynamics of Costly Signaling Games

Minus van Baalen (Ecole Normale Supérieure): On the Ecological and Evolutionary Feedbacks that Affect the Cost and Value of Information: the Evolution of Signals, Information Exchange, and Memes

19h30 Social Dinner

Thursday, May 23rd

9h30-11h30 Session 5, Information Design (Chair: Helmuts Azacis)

Martin Pollrich (University of Bonn, with Vitali Gretschko and Nicolas Fugger): Sequential Procurement without Commitment

Nora Szech (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, with Thomas Mariotti, Nikolaus Schweizer and Jonas von Wangenheim): Information Nudges and Self-Control

11h30-12h00 Coffee Break

12h00-13h00 Session 6 (Chair: Rida Laraki)

Françoise Forges (Paris Dauphine University, with Jérôme Renault): Strategic Information Transmission with Sender's Approval 

13h00-14h00 Lunch

14h00-16h00 Session 7, Experimental Economics (Chair: David Ettinger)

Sander Onderstal (University of Amsterdam, with Olivier Bos, Francisco Gomez-Martinez and Tom Truyts): Signalling in Auctions: Experimental Evidence

Francesco Giovannoni (University of Bristol, with Miguel Fonseca and Miltiadis Makris): Auctions with External Incentives: Experimental Evidence

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16h30-18h00 Session 8, Miscellaneous (Chair: Yannick Viossat)

Christina Pawlowitsch (Panthéon-Assas University): The Logic of Empty Forms 

Bernhard von Stengel (London School of Economics): Coordination with Noisy Signals

19h00 Wine Tasting

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Plan d'accès

Centre Panthéon - Salle 4 - 1er étage, escalier M
Adresse : Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas - Centre Panthéon, 12 place du Panthéon 75005 Paris