Microeconomic Theory and Game Theory

Presentations by young economists

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Date: 24 August 2022

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Microeconomic Theory and Game Theory (2022) - Presentations by young economists

Abstract

Microeconomic Theory and Game Theory
Inselhalle with Laureates Robert J. Aumann, Paul R. Milgrom, Roger B. Myerson

The follwing speakers present their work during the Next Gen Economics:

Zero-Knowledge Mechanisms
Yannai Gonczarowski
Harvard University, United States of America

Guidance via Narratives
Adam Brzezinski
University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Designing Labor Market Recommender Systems: The Importance of Job Seeker Preferences and Competition
Christophe Gaillac
University of Oxford and Nuffield College, United Kingdom

Portfolio Choice and Common Ownership in General Equilibrium (online)
Marco Loseto
University of Chicago, United States of America

War and Peace
Henk Schouten
University of Western Ontario, Canada

Optimal Design of Pharmaceutical Contracts for Static and Dynamic Efficiency
Angie Acquatella
Harvard University, United States of America

The Acquisition Option and Startup Innovations
Katarina Warg
Stockholm School of Economics/Copenhagen Business School, Sweden

Endogenous Information Acquisition in Cheap-Talk Games
Sophie Kreutzkamp
University of Bonn, Germany

Investigating New Policies for Financial Stability that do not Create Inequality
Jagoda Kaszowska-Mojsa
Cracow University of Economics, Poland

Simplistic Rhetoric and Poe's Law
Giovanni Andreottola
Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Austria

Moderator: Klaus M. Schmidt
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany