5-6 July 2017 | Norwich
For 2017 the topic was Psychological Game Theory and the School of Economics proudly hosted the 2nd Workshop on Psychological Game Theory. The workshop was held at UEA, Norwich, 5-6 July 2017.
Leading researchers will present and discuss their latest research at the workshop. Proceedings of the workshop and other submitted papers will form (subject to peer-review) a special issue of the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization co-edited by Martin Dufwenberg and Amrish Patel, see here.
Pierpaolo Battigalli (Bocconi University)
Self-confirming Equilibrium and Rationalizability in Psychological Games
Matthew Rabin (Harvard University)
From Psychological Games to the Economics of Belief-Based Utility
- Gary Charness (University California SB)
- Martin Dufwenberg (University of Arizona)
- Georg Kirchsteiger (ECARES)
- Robert Sugden (University of East Anglia)
Graduate students were also offered the opportunity to attend our PhD summer school course in behavioural game theory that immediately preceded the workshop. The course was designed to provide a short introduction to experimental research related to behavioural game theory and was taught by Pierpaolo Battigalli and Martin Dufwenberg.
For details of the 1st Workshop on Psychological Game Theory see here.
This workshop is co-funded by the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation.