Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

June 6 (15:00-16:00) room C.714 Frederic Koessler (HEC Paris and GREGHEC-CNRS) Title: A belief-based approach to signaling Abstract: In this paper, we provide a geometric characterization of the set of interim equilibrium payoff vectors in a general class of signaling games. To obtain Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

May 16 (14:30-15:30) room C.714 Endre Csóka (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics) Title: Guaranteed utility equilibrium Abstract: We introduce a novel equilibrium concept called guaranteed utility equilibrium (GUE). A profile of strategies forms a guaranteed utility equilibrium if every agent can obtain Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

May 9 (14:30-15:30) room C.714 Ákos Balázs (Corvinus) Title: Comparing mechanisms for course allocation with contracts Abstract: We study a course allocation problem with contracts which is unique in several aspects. Courses have lexicographic preferences that favour students from higher priority groups, Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Apr. 18 (14:30-15:30), room C.714 Philipp Külpmann (Corvinus) Title: Using Ambiguity in Negotiations: An Experimental Analysis Abstract: This paper investigates whether ambiguity, if used strategically, can lead to better outcomes in negotiation and conflict situations. Our study explores the impact of strategic Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

March 14 (14:00-15:00) room C.714  Sjur Didrik Flåm (University of Bergen, Norway) Title: Optimizers trading Inputs Abstract: Consider a monetized economy in which mathematical optimizers trade inputs to their programs. Suppose everybody worships his pecuniary payoff. Accordingly, each party values marginal inputs Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Feb. 29 (14:00-15:00) room C.714  Sreoshi Banerjee (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) Title: On identifying efficient, fair and stable allocations in ”generalized” sequencing games Abstract: We model sequencing problems as coalitional games and study the Shapley value and the non-emptiness Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Dec. 7 (13:30-14:30) room C.714  Philipp Külpmann (Corvinus) Title: Purified Randomness? Testing Harsanyi’s Idea in the Lab (with Wieland Müller and Alexander K. Wagner) Abstract: We investigate Harsanyi’s purification idea for mixed-strategy play in a simple (two-player normal-form) Bayesian game Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Oct. 26 (13:30-14:30) room C.714  Christopher Stapenhurst (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) Title: Efficient, fair and stable agreements for marine plastic pollution  Abstract: We study the design of international agreements to abate marine plastic pollution (UNEP 2022). First, we use Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Oct. 19 (13:30-14:30) room C.714  Héctor Hermida Rivera (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)  Title: Stable voting rules  Abstract: In this paper, I characterise stable voting rules and self-stable Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Oct. 12 2023, 13:30-14:30 online:   Péter Bayer (Toulouse School of Economics)  Title: Evolutionarily stable networks  Abstract: This paper studies the Darwinian evolution of behavior governing strategic network formation. Continue Reading …