Game Theory and Economic Dynamics Seminar

Upcoming Events:

 

Past Events:

2019

June 19th at 13:00, Seminar Room 3.
Alejandro Saavedra Nieves, University of Vigo.
On sequencing problems with time-dependent and position-dependent effects.

May 15th at 12:00, Seminar Room 3.
Yukihiko Funaki , Waseda University.
Balanced contributions and null player out for the Shapley.

April 30th at 13:00, Seminar Room 3.
Oriol Tejada, ETH Zurich.
Assessment Voting in Large Electorates: The Effect of Handicaps on Turnout Incentives.

April 3rd at 13:00, Seminar Room 3.
Carles Maño, Universitat de Barcelona.
Time to Switch: Different Regimes and Competitive Management of Natural Resources.

February 20th at 13:00, Seminar Room 3.
Artyon Jelnov, Ariel University.
A fragile balance: lawsuits, investigation, transparency and quality.

February 13th at 13:00, Seminar Room 3.
René van den Brink, VU University Amsterdam.
The degree measure as utility function over positions in networks.

2019

February 6th at 13:00, Seminar Room 3.
Ata Atay, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
On the core of many-to-many assignment games.

2018

December 11th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Joaquín Sánchez Soriano, Universitat Miguel Hernández.
Horizontal cooperation in multimodal transport systems: the profit allocation problem.

November 27th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Raffaele Fiocco, Rovira i Virgili University.
Storable good market withintertemporal cost variations.

November 13th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Julia de Frutos, University of Barcelona.
Strategic investmentdecisions under the nuclear power debate in Belgium.

October 30th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Peio Zuazo-Garin,  UPF.
Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity.

October 16th and 23th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Pere Calleja, University of Barcelona.
Monotonicity and weighted prenucleoli: A characterization without consistency.

June 8th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Lars Ehlers, University of Montreal
(Il)legal Assignments in School Choice.

May 4th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Josep Maria Izquierdo, University of Barcelona
Min-allocation rules for cooperative games.

April 20th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Mabel Tidball, University of Montpellier, CEE-M, CNRS, INRA, Montpellier Supagro
Optimal harvesting and taxation when accounting for marine environmental quality of the fishery.

April 6th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Marina Núñez, University of Barcelona
Axioms for stable rules in assignment markets II.

March 23rd at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Marina Núñez, University of Barcelona
Axioms for stable rules in assignment markets I.

March 16th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Dolors Berga, University of Girona
The role of domain restrictions in  mechanism design: ex-post incentive compatibility and Pareto efficiency.

February 23rd at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Ata Atay, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
On bargaining sets of supplier-firm-buyer games.

February 16th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Flip Klijn, IAE-CSIC and Barcelona GSE
The core of roommate problems: size and fairness within matched pairs.

2017

December 11th at 12:00, Seminar Room 1.
M. Josune Albizuri, University of the Basque Country/EUH
New axiomatizations and solutions for bankruptcy problems and cost problems.

November 30th at 10:15, Seminar Room 1.
Peter Sudhölter, University of Southern Denmark
On symmetrically weighted prenucleoli, equal surplus division, and reduced game.

Spanish Social Choice Annual Colloquium was held at the Faculty of Economics on November 17-18. The event was organized by Mikel Álvarez-Mozos, Pedro Calleja, and Josep Maria Izquierdo. For details please visit event’s webpage.

October 23rd at 12:00, Seminar Room 1.
Mikel Álvarez-Mozos, University of Barcelona
Externalities and the nucleolus.

October 9th at 12:00, Seminar Room 1.
Javier Martinez de Albeniz, University of Barcelona
Assortative assignment games and Becker’s solution.

June 7th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Lijue Li, University of Barcelona
Time consistent equilibria in cooperative advertising in supply chain management.

April 4th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Pol Campos, University of Lund
An introduction to behavioral economics.

March 28th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Oihane Gallo, University of the Basque Country
Rationing rules and stable coalition structures.
March 13th at 12:00, Seminar Room 1.
Oriol Tejada, ETH Zurich
Divide the dollar and conquer more: sequential bargaining and risk aversion.

March 7th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Jorge Navas, University of Barcelona
Optimal dynamic advertising under time inconsistent preferences (sequel).

February 21st at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Jorge Navas, University of Barcelona
Optimal dynamic advertising under time inconsistent preferences.

February 7th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Gloria Fiestras Janeiro, Univesity of Vigo
On some core covers of a TU game.

January 24th at 10:30, Seminar Room 1.
Marina Bannikova, University of Rovira and Virgili
Between Fairness and a Mistrial: Consensus Under a Deadline.

2016

December 1st at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Francisco Robles, University of Barcelona
Axioms for the minimum Walrasian equilibirum in assignment problems with unitary demands.

November 24th at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Ata Atay, University of Barcelona
Multi-sided assignment games on m-partite graphs.

November 3rd at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Tamas Solymosi, Corvinus University of Budapest
A characterization set for the per-capita nucleolus in balanced games.

October 20th at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Jim Ingebretsen Carlson, Lund University
Differences attract: an experimental study of focusing in economic choice.

May 31st at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Silvia Miquel, Universitat de Lleida
Clan Information Market Games.

May 10th at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Jesus Marin, Universitat de Barcelona
Common property resource games with asymmetric players.

April 29th at 12:15, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Javier Arin, Universidad de País Vasco
The RTAL-family of rules for bankruptcy problems: A characterization.

April 15th at 12:15, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Juan Vidal Puga, Universidad de Vigo
Non-manipulable rules for land rental problems.

March 15th at 10:15, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Jesus Marin, Universitat de Barcelona
Group inefficiency in common property resource games with asymmetric players.

March 4th at 12:15, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Oriol Tejada, ETH Zurich
First proposal to minorities or how to channel the say in politics.

February 16th at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Francisco Robles, Universitat de Barcelona
Axioms for the minimum competitive-price rule for markets with multi-unite demands.

February 2nd at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Mikel Alverez, Universitat de Barcelona
Power indices and minimal winning coalitions in simple games with externalities.

January 19th at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Peio Zuazo, Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Uncertain rationality, depth of reasoning and robustness
in games with incomplete information.

2015

December 11th at 11:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Julia de Frutos, University of Ghent
Sharing a groundwater resource in a context of regime shifts.

November 30th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Benjamin Tello, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Investing before Stable Matching: An Equilibrium Analysis.

November 16th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Javier Martínez de Albéniz, Universitat de Barcelona.
The structure of the set of assignment games with the same nucleous.

October 8th at 10:30, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Christian Trudeau, University of Windsor
Title: Characterization of the fair division for the assignment problem.

September 28th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Marilda Sotomayor, Universidade do São Paulo.
Title: Exchange economy with multiple types of heterogeneous and indivisible goods: optimal cooperative and optimal competitive behavior.

June 18th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Jordi Teixidó-Figueras, University of Rovira i Virgili.
The global carbon budget: a conflicting claims problem.

June 12th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Marina Bánnikova, University of Rovira i Virgili.
More parties – cheaper to bribe?

May 28th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Pere Calleja, University of Barcelona.
Shapley value versus equal division (sequel).

May 7th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Pere Calleja, University of Barcelona.
Shapley value versus equal division (sequel).

April 30th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Juan Vidal Puga, University of Vigo.
On the set of extreme core allocations for minimum cost spanning tree problems.

April 23rd at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Pere Calleja, University of Barcelona.
Shapley value versus equal division (sequel).

April 16th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Jesús Getán, University of Barcelona.
Finding all vertices of the core of a coalitional game.

April 9th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE).
Pere Calleja, University of Barcelona.
Shapley value versus equal division.

March 26th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE)
Francesc Llerena, University of Rovira i Virgili.
Rationality, monotonicity and consistency in cooperative games (sequel).

March 12th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE)
Francesc Llerena, University of Rovira i Virgili.
Rationality, monotonicity and consistency in cooperative games (sequel).

February 26th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE)
Francesc Llerena, University of Rovira i Virgili.
Rationality, monotonicity and consistency in cooperative games.

Thursday January 22th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE)
Gerard van der Laan, VU University, Amsterdam.
Solutions for games on directed rooted games.

Tuesday January 20th at 12:00, Room 321, Espais de Recerca (ERE)
René van den Brink, VU University, Amsterdam.
Marginalist and Egalitarian Solutions for TU-games: Implementation and Axiomatization.