THEORY THURSDAYS SEMINAR 2010-2011
Date: Thursdays 10:30am-noon
Place: Salle de réunion (3rd floor), Economics Building, Ecole Polytechnique
Contact: Yukio Koriyama (yukio.koriyama"at"polytechnique.edu)
Yukio Koriyama (Ecole Polytechnique)
"Public Goods, Participation Constraints and Democracy: A Possibility Theorem" (with Hans Peter Grüner)
Francis Bloch (Ecole Polytechnique)
"A dynamic analysis of learning and cooperation in R & D"
September 23rd, Special session, joint with X-HEC Seminar
David Cantala (Ecole Polytechnique, El Colegio de México)
"Reasonably fair school choice" (with Szilvia Papai)
Fuhito Kojima (Stanford)
"Matching with Couples: Stability and Incentives in Large Markets" (with Parag Pathak, Alvin Roth)
Matias Nuñez (CNRS, Cergy-Pontoise)
"Overstating: A tale of two cities" (with Jean-François Laslier)
Sabrina Teyssier (INRA-ALISS)
"Labels as Coordination Devices in Public Goods Games" (with Urs Fischbacher, Franziska Heusi)
Zhijun Chen (Ecole Polytechnique, University of Auckland)
"Strategic Use of Favoritism to Fight Collusion"
Sidartha Gordon (Université de Montréal)
"Iteratively Stable Cheap Talk Equilibria"
Hubie Chen (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
"Bounded Rationality, Strategy Simplification, and Equilibrium"
Francisco Ruiz-Aliseda (Ecole Polytechnique)
"Switching Costs, Relationship Marketing and Dynamic Price Competition"
November 11th, No Seminar (Armistice)
November 18th, Two presentations
Sébastien Courtin (Université de Caen)
"Coalition configuration and share functions"
Juan Pereyra (Ecole Polytechnique, El Colegio de México)
"A Dynamic School Choice Model"
Nicolaus Tideman (Virginia Tech)
"Modeling the outcomes of vote-casting in actual elections" (with Florenz Plassmann)
Eduardo Perez (Ecole Polytechnique)
"Certification and Complexity Inflation" (with Delphine Prady)
Julie Tisserond (Ecole Polytechnique)
"Choice from lists with limited attention"
December 15th, 2:30pm-4pm
Hervé Roche (California Polytechnic State University)
"Speculative Bubbles in a Pure Exchange Economy"
December 16th, noon-1:30pm Special session, joint with X-HEC Seminar
Bruno Strulovici (Northwestern)
"Renegotiation-Proof Contracts with Moral Hazard and Persistent Private Information"
Alfred Galichon (Ecole Polytechnique) 10:30-12:00
"Pareto optima in the house allocation problem - cardinal vs ordinal approach"
Nicholas Yannelis (U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U. of Manchester) 14:30-16:00
"A new perspective to expectations: maximin rational expectations equilibrium" (with Luciano de Castro and Marialaura Pesce)
Renaud Bourlès (GREQAM, Ecole Central Marseille)
"Risk-taking and risk-sharing incentives under moral hazard" (with Mohamed Belhaj and Frédéric Deroïan)
Saïd Souam (Université Paris 13, CREST)
"Quorum Rules and Shareholder Voting" (with Patricia Charléty and Marie-Cécile Fagart)
Nicolas Drouhin (ENS Cachan)
"The end of the Bertrand Paradox?" (with Marie-Laure Cabon-Dhersin)
March 17th 14:30-16:00 Special session, joint with X-HEC Seminar
Annick Laruelle (Universidad del País Vasco)
"Discriminating by Tagging: Artificial Distinction, Real Discrimination" (with Elena Iñarra)
Ani Guerdjikova (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
"Ambiguity, Data and Preferences for Information: A Case-Based Approach" (with Jürgen Eichberger)
Stéphane Zuber (CNRS, Université Paris Descartes)
"Ex-post intergenerational equity and discounting" (with Marc Fleurbaey)
Anne van den Nouweland (University of Oregon)
"Share equilibrium in local public good economies: An investigation" (with Myrna Wooders)
Jeanne Hagenbach (Ecole Polytechnique)
"Full disclosure in organizations" (with Frederic Koessler)
Ali Ihsan Ozkes (Istanbul Bilgi University and Ecole Polytechnique)
"Kemeny Stability and hyper-preferences"
Joao Montez (London Business School)
"The worth of binding contracts in one-to-many bargaining"
June 22nd (Wednesday) A mini-course
Nicolas Lambert (Stanford GSB)
"Eliciting expert forecasts: static mechanisms"
July 6th (Wednesday) A mini-course
Nicolas Lambert (Stanford GSB)
"Principal-Expert problems: testing"
Quoc-Anh Do (Singapore Management University)
"Politicians and Directors in Social Networks:
Regression Discontinuity Design Evidence from Close Elections"