Mini-course in Epistemic Game Theory

Mini-course in Epistemic Game Theory
with Andrés Perea (University of Maastricht)

February 1 and 2, 2012

Programme

Wednesday, February 1: Static games
14.00—15.30 Session 1: Common belief in rationality (H5-32)
16.00—17.30 Session 2: Nash equilibrium (H5-32)
Dinner

Thursday, February 2: Dynamic games
11.15—12.00 Joint Behavioral Economics Group and EIPE Talk: Utility proportional beliefs (joint work with C.W. Bach) (T3-06)
Lunch
14.00—15.30 Session 3: Backward induction reasoning (H5-32)
16.00—17.00 Session 4: Forward induction reasoning (H5-32)

All welcome. Please sign up: heilmann@remove-this.fwb.eur.nl

About EIPE

  I attended a symposium at EIPE in June 2010 on philosophical work closely related to my own efforts. The conference facilitated the presentation of some cutting-edge research in the philosophy of justice particularly related to the social sciences and economics. Both in terms of the range of subjects covered and the quality of the papers presented, as well as the vigourous and productive nature of the discussions that followed the presentation of the papers, the symposium was a spectacular success.
Amartya Sen
Thomas W. Lamont University Professor and Professor of Economics and Philosophy, Harvard University