All seminars

Econ Theory Series

Date Presenter Topic
23/01/2018
12–1.30pm
John Asker (UCLA) The Competitive Effects of Information Sharing (PDF, 445KB)
02/02/2018
3–4pm
Jingni Yang (PhD Candidate Erasmus University) A powerful Tool for Analyzing Concave/Convex Utility and Weighting Functions (PDF, 709KB)
15/02/2018
3–4pm
Martin Besfamille (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) Tax Decentralization Not Withstanding Segregation
27/02/2018
12–1pm
Jack Stecher (University of Alberta) Task Familiarity, Payoff Salience, and the Description-Experience Gap
06/03/2018
12–1pm
Evan Calford (Purdue University) Can individual behavior predict complex network outcomes?
13/03/2018
12–1pm
Matthew Nagler (CUNY) Choosing and adjusting (PDF, 929KB)
27/03/2018
2.30–3.30pm
David Frankel (Melbourne Business School) Portfolio Liquidation and Security Design with Private Information (PDF, 699KB)
03/04/2018
12–1pm
Guillaume Roger (University of Wollongong) Contracting on unobserved volatility
17/04/2018
12–1pm
Vladimir Smirnov (University of Sydney) Generalized timing game with asymmetric players
24/04/2018
12–1pm
Philip Ushchev (National Research University Higher School of Economics) On Three Alternative Classes of Flexible Homothetic Functions
22/05/2018
12–1pm
Gabriel Carroll (Stanford University) When are Robust Contracts Linear?
29/05/2018
12–1pm
Filippo Massari (UNSW) The Wisdom of the Crowd in Dynamic Economies (PDF, 984KB)
05/06/2018
12–1pm
Jose Rodrigues Neto (RSE / ANU) The Role of Commitment in the Financing of Status Good Production
19/06/2018
12–1pm
Alexis Akira Toda (University of California San Diego) TBA

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