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Joint CET/CMS-EMS Theory Workshops

2014-2015 Coordinators: Eddie Dekel, Tai-Wei Hu, and Wojciech Olszewski
Wednesdays 3:30-5:00 pm
Location: Jacobs 3245 (Economics dept. seminar room)

A reception will follow each seminar in 531 Jacobs Center. All are encouraged to meet with our speakers during their visits with us. Please click on this Google Document to sign up for meetings and the Wednesday lunch and dinner.
 

2014-2015 Theory Workshops
04/01/15 Ben Brooks
University of Chicago
The consequences of information in the first price auction (with Dirk Bergemann and Stephen Morris)
Abstract
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04/08/15

Ming Yang
Duke University

Security Design in a Production Economy with Flexible Information Acquisition (with Yao Zeng)
Abstract
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04/15/15 Andrea Galeotti
University of Essex
Financial Linkages, Risk Taking and Volatility (with S. Goyal and C. Ghiglino)
Abstract
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04/22/15 Fabio Maccheroni
Bocconi University
Monetary policies in self-confirming equilibria with uncertain models (with P. Battigalli, S. Cerreia-Vioglio, M. Marinacci, and T. Sargent)
Abstract
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04/29/15
1:30-3:00
Jacobs G45
STUDENT ONLY SEMINAR
Emmanuel Farhi
Harvard University
“A Theory of Macroprudential Policies in the Presence of Nominal Rigidities” (with Iván Werning)
04/29/15
4:30
Allen Center
Nemmers lecture
Jean Tirole
Toulouse School of Economics
Moving Up a Demand Curve: Dynamic Screening
with Positive Selection
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05/06/15 Juuso Toikka
MIT
Dynamic Oligopoly with Incomplete Information
(with Alessandro Bonatti and Gonzalo Cisternas)
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05/13/15 Federico Echenique
Cal Tech
Testable Implications of Models of Intertemporal Choice: Exponential Discounting and Its Generalizations
(with Taisuke Imai and Kota Saito)

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05/20/15 Schwartz lecture
Ehud Kalai
Northwestern University
Chaos, Learning and Stability in Big Games
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05/27/15 Colin Stewart
Rational Inattention Dynamics: Inertia and Delay in Decision-Makings (with Jakub Steiner and Filip Matejka)
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06/03/15 Gabriel Carroll
Stanford University
Robustness and Separation in Multidimensional Screening
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01/12/15
Jacobs G43
10:00-12:00
Alessandro Arlotto
Duke University
Mini-course in Bandit Models

01/14/15
Jacobs G43
10:00-12:00
Alessandro Arlotto
Duke University
Mini-course in Bandit Models
01/16/15
Jacobs G43
10:00-12:00
Alessandro Arlotto
Duke University
Mini-course in Bandit Models
09/24/14

David Dillenberger
University of Pennsylvania
Cautious Expected Utility and the Certainty Effect
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10/01/14

Stephen Morris
Princeton University
Common Belief Foundations of Global Games
(with Hyun Song and Muhamet Yildiz)        
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10/08/14 Mihai Manea
MIT
Intermediation in Networks
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10/15/14 Faruk Gul   
Princeton University
Calibrated Uncertainty      
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10/22/14 Kfir Eliaz
Tel Aviv University
Broad Matching and the Market for Search Platforms (with Ran Spiegler)
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10/29/14 Tilman Borgers   
University of Michigan
Mechanism Design for Large Type Spaces      
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11/05/14 Rahul Deb          
University of Toronto    
Symmetric Auctions (with Mallesh Pai)  
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11/12/14 Andy Skrzypacz
Stanford University      
Dynamic Trading: Price Inertia, Front-Running and Relationship Banking (with Yuliy Sannikov)
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11/19/14

Michael Peters
University of British Columbia
Unobservable Mechanisms: Can Mechanism Designers Exploit Buyers' Market Information
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12/03/14

Arthur Robson
Simon Fraser University
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The Evolution of Strategic Sophistication (with Nicolas Robalino)

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