Thursday 14. Jun
- Friday 15. Jun
Game Theory and Experimental Economics
The aim of this conference is to strengthen rigorous and state-of-the-art research at the interface of (algorithmic) game theory and experimental economics with a focus on economic and managerial problems. The long term goal is to establish a specialized working group dedicated to these question within the German Society for Operations Research (GOR).
We invite contributions from researchers with a research focus on game-theoretic approaches in management, economics, computer science, mathematics, or related fields. The relevant methodology incorporates cooperative and non-cooperative game theory as well as experiments and field studies.
The main goal of this workshop is to connect researchers and research. We therefore encourage participants to present state-of-the-art review on active research for a diverse audience.
For participation, registration via mail to Max Klimm is required. Please mention if you want to give a talk. There is no participation fee. Lunch and Coffee at the workshop is provided but the dinner on June 14 is not covered.
Max Klimm (HU Berlin) and Guido Vogt (U Hamburg) with support from GOR and ECMath
Start: 2018-06-14 2:00 pm
Heilige Geist Kapelle within the School of Business and Economics of HU Berlin
Spandauer Str. 1
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