Economic Theory Workshop 2014-2015
Meetings take place on Wednesday,14:15-15:45, Berglas Building, room 101
Workshop Organizers: Ariel Rubinstein & Ran Spiegler
Stefan Penczynski (Dept. of Economics, University of Mannheim) ♦♦♦ "The Winner's Curse: Contingent Reasoning and Belief Formation" (joint with Christian Koch)
Aviv Zohar (The Rachel and Selim Benin School of Engineering and Computer Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) ♦♦♦ "Bitcoin: Under the Hood"
Kfir Eliaz (The Eitan Berglas School of Economics, Tel Aviv University) ♦♦♦ "Broad Matching and the Market for Search Platforms" (joint with Ran Spiegler)
Itai Arieli (William Davidson Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion) ♦♦♦ "Learning What Matters'' (Joint with M. Mueller-Frank)
Antonio Rangel (California Institute of Technology) ♦♦♦ “The Neuroeconomics of Self-Control”
In-Koo Cho (Dept. of Economics, University of Illinois) ♦♦♦ "Search, Adverse Selection and Market Clearing" (joint with Akihiko Matsui)
Doron Ravid (Princeton) ♦♦♦ "Bargaining with Rational Inattention"
Ariel Rubinstein (The Eitan Berglas School of Economics, Tel Aviv University ) ♦♦♦ “Back to Fundamentals: Convex Geometry and Economic Equilibrium” (joint with Michael Richter)
David Dillenberger (Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania) ♦♦♦ “Skewed Noise” (joint with Uzi Segal ,Dept. of Economics, Boston College)
Assaf Sharon (Philosophy, Tel Aviv University) ♦♦♦ "Problems of Epistemic Rationality"
Sergiu Hart (Center of Rationality, Hebrew University) ♦♦♦ "Take Your Peak: Right to Remain Silent, Left to Disclose" (joint with Ilan Kremer and Motty Perry)
Liad Blumrosen (Hebrew University) ♦♦♦ "Reallocation Mechanisms" (joint with Shahar Dobzinski)
Jose Apesteguia (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) ♦♦♦ “Well-defined Stochastic Choice Models: The Case of Risk and Time Preferences” (joint with Miguel Ballester)
Jorgen Weibull (Stockholm School of Economics) ♦♦♦ “Tenable strategy blocks and settled equilibria”
Shahar Dobzinsky (Weizmann Institute) ♦♦♦ TBA
Tom Schonberg (Sagol School of Neuroscience, TAU) ♦♦♦ “New Findings on the Cue-Approach Effect: An Automatic Mechanism of Behavior Change"