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 …

CCOR Seminar – Róbert Oláh-Gál

This talk will be held in Hungarian.

Helyszín: Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem, C épület, C.7.714 terem

Időpont: Április 25. (csütörtök), 13:00

Előadó: Dr. Oláh-Gál Róbert, a Sapientia, Erdélyi Magyar Tudományegyetem, Csíkszeredai Karának adjunktusa, Gazdaságtudományi Kar (Bolyai-kutató, matematikatörténész)

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Párhuzamok Bolyai János és Farkas Gyula életében, munkásságukban és hatásukban Continue Reading …

CCOR Seminar – Péter Baranyi

The Corvinus Centre for Operations Research (CCOR), the Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies (CIAS), and the Institute of Operations and Decision Sciences invite you to the seminar talk by Professor Péter Baranyi (Corvinus University of Budapest and University of Pannonia),

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Venue: Corvinus University, Building C, Room C.427

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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 …

CCOR Seminar – Goran Lešaja

The Corvinus Centre for Operations Research (CCOR), the Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies (CIAS), and the Institute of Operations and Decision Sciences invite you to the minicourse by Professor Goran Lešaja (Georgia Southern University), Kernel-Based Interior-Point Methods for Cartesian 𝒫*(κ)​– Continue Reading …