One World Mathematical Game Theory Seminar

The One World Mathematical Game Theory Seminar is an international online seminar whose goal is keeping our research community connected, allowing people to regularly meet and exchange ideas.

This seminar is a part of One World Seminars, currently held in probabilityPDEs,  Data  driven mathsWavesMathematical Methods for Arbitrary  Data Source (MADS),  IMAGing and INvErse problem (IMAGINE)  and Optimization.

The seminar takes place biweekly, on Mondays at 15:00  CET.
From the 30th of November – NEW! A short junior talk before the regular seminar talk.

Upcoming Talk

A New Characterization of Regular Equilibrium

01/11/2021 3:00 pm – Dries Vermeulen, Maastricht University

Abstract

We show that an equilibrium point of a normal form game is regular in the sense of Harsanyi (1973) if and only if the equilibrium correspondence near to the equilibrium point is the graph of a smooth function.

Previous Talks

Date Speaker Topic
18/10/2021 3:00 pm Igal Milchtaich , Bar-Ilan University Best-Response Equilibrium: An Equilibrium in Finitely Additive Mixed Strategies
04/10/2021 12:00 am Dov Samet , Tel Aviv University What is common to common knowledge and common priors?
20/09/2021 3:00 pm Tao Wang , Nanjing Audit University The Tree Model: Learning, Stochastic Dominance and Subjective Option Evaluation