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Economic Theory Workshop

The Cambridge-INET will be hosting a Economic Theory Workshop on Wednesday 26th - Thursday 8th June 2016, in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College

Organisers: Hamid Sabourian, Juan Block, Abhimanyu Khan, and Mikhail Safronov

Venue: Winstanley theatre, Trinity College

Event Date: Wednesday 8th June 2016

Time: 11:30am - 04:30pm

Programme

Speakers and talk titles:

Simon Board (UCLA) "Managing Talent"
Eddie Dekel (Northwestern University) "Evidence and Commitment in Allocation Mechanisms"
Drew Fudenberg (Harvard University) "Stochastic Choice and Optimal Sequential Sampling"
Marina Halac (Columbia University and the University of Warwick) "Experimenting with Career Concerns"
Botond Koszegi (CEU) "Cursed Financial Innovation"
David Miller (University of Michigan) "Relational contracting with long-term formal contracts"
Hamid Sabourian (University of Cambridge) "Incomplete Information and Repeated Implementation"
Rani Spiegler (Tel Aviv University and UCL) "Can Agents with Causal Misperceptions be Systematically Fooled"
Bruno Strulovici (Northwestern University) "A Theory of corruption, surveillance, and social collapse with selfish agents"
Vasiliki Skreta (UCL)"Selling with Evidence"
Juuso Toikka (MIT) "Value of Persistent Information"


Tags:

Economic Theory

Theme: information