|A seminar in Economic Theory (and related topics), Fall 2002 Ended|
|This is a "private" seminar meant to be a
forum of discussing Economic Theory and related topics.
Meeting time: Thursday 18:15 -19:45.
Place: Berglas 101
Fields : 5 speakers are economic theorists and 5 are from Zoology, Psy, Math, Law and CS.
|1||31/10||Rani Spiegler (Economics, TAU)||"Simplicity of Beliefs and Delay Tactics in a Concession Game"|
|2||7/11||Noam Nisan (CS, Hebrew)||"Rationality as a Paradigm for Internet Computing"|
|3||14/11||Nira Liberman (Psychology, TAU)||"Theory Construal of Intertemporal Evaluation and Choice" paper1 paper2|
|4||28/11||Aner Sela (Economics, Beer-7)||"Contest Architecture" (joint with Benni Modevano)|
|5||5/12||Yuval Salant (Math, Hebrew U.)||"Limited Resources favors Rationality"|
|6||12/12||Asher Wolinsky (Economics, Northwestern)||"A simple model of wage"|
|7||26/12||Muhamet Yildiz (Economics, MIT)||"Walrasian Bargaining"|
|8||2/1||Kfir Eliaz (Economics, NYU)||"AIDS Policy and Psychology: An Implementation Theoretic Approach" (joint with Andy Caplin)|
|9||9/1||Arnon Lotem (Zoology TAU)||"Parent-offspring communication, stability, honesty and learning" paper background paper|
|10||16/1 Canceled||Ariel Porat (Law, TAU)||"Anti Insurance" (joint with Bob Cooter)|