Seminars 2008-2009

September 2008

  • Monday 22 Dov Samet (Tel Aviv) :The sure-thing principle

October 2008

  • Friday 3 Ascensión Andina Díaz (U Malaga): “Strategic communication: a freelance journalist – editor game”
  • Friday 10 Arnold Polanski (Queens University Belfast): “Two-Sided Markets with Repeated Transactions”
  • Friday 17Javier Rodero (Universidad de Málaga): “Coordination failure? Individual decision making under different guessing games”
  • Thursday and Friday 23/24 Macro Workshop
  • Friday 31 Annick Laruelle (U Pais Vasco): “Voting and collective decision making”

November 2008

  • Monday 3 Oliver Armentier (New York Fed): “Can Corruption be Studied in the Lab? Comparing a Field and a Lab Experiment”
  • Friday 21 Peter Bossaerts (Swiss Finance Institute and EPFL): “Mentalizing in games and markets: a neuroeconomic perspective (paper 1, paper 2)”
  • Monday 24 Wouter Den Haan (U Amsterdam): “Anticipated growth and business cycles in matching models”
  • Friday and Saturday 28/29-11 IV Workshop on Social Decisions

December 2008

  • Friday 5 Antoine Martin (New York Fed): “The Welfare Effects of a Liquidity-Saving Mechanism – Postponed”
  • Friday 19 Jon Eguia (New York University): “Foundations of Spatial Preferences”

January 2009

  • Friday 9 (UMA-UPO Economics Seminar) Francis Bloch (E Polytechnique): “Cores of Combined Games”
  • Friday 16 Jose A García (C.La Mancha): “The Perverse Incentive of Knowing the Truth: Wrong Transparency”
  • Friday 23 Angel Hernando (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid): “When are Signals Complement or Substitutes?”
  • Friday 30 Sara Godoy (Universidad de Valencia):”People with (out) history: traceability and exemplar behavior in public good games”

February 2009

  • Friday 6 José Ramón Uriarte (U Pais Vasco): “Doubts and Equilibria”
  • Friday 13 (UMA-UPO Economics Seminar) Ted Bergstrom (UC Santa Barbara): “One chance in a million: Altruism and the bone marrow registry”
  • Friday 20 Francesco Feri (Innsbruck): “Efficiency Gains from Team-Based Coordination – Large-scale experimental evidence”
  • Tuesday 24 (UMA-UPO Economics Seminar) Alain Trannoy (GREQAM): “Equality of Opportunity: Definitions and testable conditions, with an application to income in France”

March 2009

  • Friday 6 Ana Montes (U Murcia): “Modeling the immigration shock”
  • Friday 13 Doubleheader Aleks Berentsen (U Basel): “Liquidity and Growth”  and Christopher Waller (U Notre Dame): “Optimal Stabilization with Endogenous Firm Entry”
  • Friday 20 Antoine Martin (New York Fed): “Bank Liquidity, Interbank Markets and Monetary Policy”
  • Thursday and Friday 26/27 Advances in the Analysis of Labor Markets with Frictions II
  • Monday 30 María Montero (Nottingham): “Demand bargaining and proportional payoffs in legislatures”

April 2009

  • Wednesday 15 Ismael Rodríguez-Lara (Universidad de Alicante): “Self-Interested Justice Principles in the Dictator Game”
  • Friday 17 Pascal Mossay (Reading): “On Spatial Equilibria in a Social Interaction Model”
  • Friday 24 Fabrizio Germano (Universidad Pompeu Fabra): “On commercial media bias”
  • Thursday 30 Marco Van der Leij (Alicante): “Risk aversion and networks: Microfoundations for network formation

May 2009

  • Friday 8 Francisco Alcalá (Murcia):” Time, quality, and growth”
  • Friday 15 Julio Robledo (Nottingham): “Specialization in the bargaining family”
  • Monday 25 (UMA-UPO Economics Seminar) Gilat Levy (LSE): “A dynamic model of agenda formation”
  • Friday 29 Andrés Perea (U Maastricht): “Belief in the opponents’ future rationality”

June 2009

  • Friday 5 Samuel Danthine (UQ Montréal and U Málaga): “A siesta a day may actually pay”
  • Tuesday 9 (UMA-UPO Economics Seminar) Shlomo Weber (Southern Methodist U and CORE): “Existence of Pure Strategies Nash Equilibria Social Interaction Games: Interaction Games with Dyadic Externalities”
  • Friday 12 (UMA-UPO Economics Seminar) Fernando Vega Redondo (European University Institute): “Networks Emerging in a Volatile World
  • Friday 19 Angel Gavilán (Banco de España): “Asymetric Collateral Requirements and Output Composition”

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