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 …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Oct. 5 2023, 13:30-14:30 in room C.714  Marieke Külpmann-Pahlke (Corvinus University)  Feedback design in strategic-form games with ambiguity averse players  We use a notion of maxmin self-confirming equilibrium (MSCE) Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Sep. 28 2023, 13:30-14:30 in room C.714  Dinko Dimitrov (Saarland University, Germany)  Blend-in fairness and equal split  Blending in with others is a possible self-serving motivation when people participate in Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. May 5 (12-13) room C.714 Zsófia Dornai (BME)  TU-games with utility: the u-prenucleolus  The u-prenucleolus is a generalisation of the prenucleolus using utility functions. The u-prenucleolus also can be considered as Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Apr. 27 (12-13) room C.714 Christopher Stapenhurst (BME QSMS)  Deterring bribery with Scotch Hold ’em Poker  We study principal-monitor-agent problems where monitors can take bribes to hide evidence. We find that the Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Apr. 20 (12-13)  room C.714 Xin Ye (Durham University, UK)  Computing Balanced Solutions for Large International Kidney Exchange Scheme To overcome incompatibility issues, kidney patients may swap their donors. Continue Reading …