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International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making

Publications
Article
Recent Advances in Forest Observation with Visual Interpretation of Very High-Resolution Imagery

Shchepashchenko D., See L., Lesiv M. et al.

Surveys in Geophysics. 2019. P. 1-24.

Book chapter
Application of Fully Convolutional Neural Networks to Mapping Industrial Oil Palm Plantations

Baklanov A., Khachay M., Pasynkov M.

In bk.: Proceedings of Analysis of Images, Social Networks and Texts – 7th International Conference, AIST 2018, Moscow, Russia, July 5-7, 2018, Revised Selected Papers. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Vol. 11179. Berlin: Springer, 2018.

Working paper
Protecting the Protected Group: Circumventing Harmful Fairness

Sandomirskiy F., Ben-Porat O., Tennenholtz M.

arxiv.org. Computer Science. Cornell University, 2019

About

The subject of Game Theory is central to the mathematical modeling of the economic situations of conflict and cooperation. The HSE’s Game Theory and Decision Making laboratory aims to develop new bridges between the models of non-cooperative behavior, and the normative concept of cooperation and fair division, in particular in their algorithmic and asymptotic dimensions.

Key areas of research:

  • Mechanism design and developing new applications for specific resource allocation problems (cost and/or surplus-sharing).
  • Defining new equilibrium concepts in cooperative game theory which analyzes the interaction of players forming and breaking alliances by public and/or secret agreements.
  • Analyzing informational effects for dynamic games.
  • Developing algorithmic game theory, poised to estimate the complexity of finding equilibrium outcomes.
  • Investigating asymptotic properties of large games.

International Conference "Economic Design and Algorithms in St.Petersburg", July 8-9, 2019

We are pleased to announce the International Conference Economic Design and Algorithms in St. Petersburg organized by the International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making of Higher School of Economics, Russia. 
  
Dates: July 8-9, 2019
Venue: 3A Kantemirovskaya st, room 435

Summer School "Game Theory: Applications, Networks, Emotions", July 5-6, 2019

We are pleased to announce the Summer School Game Theory: Applications, Networks, Emotions organized by the International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making of Higher School of Economics, Russia. 

Dates: July 5-6, 2019 
Venue: 3A Kantemirovskaya st, room 435 

Research seminar on July, 4: Tatyana Zhuravleva (European University Institute, Italy)

Topic: Tolerance of Corruption: A Bribery Experiment
Date & Time: July, 4 at 16.50
Place: 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 339

Research seminar on June, 25: Sergei Balakin (Ohio State University)

Topic: Decentralized Two-Period Matching
Date & Time: June, 25 at 15.00
Place: 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 339

Research seminar on June, 20: Bas Dietzenbacher (GT Lab)

Topic: Consistency of the equal split-off set
Date & Time: June, 20 at 16.50
Place: 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 339

Research seminar on June, 20: Alexander Nesterov (Department of Economics and GT Lab)

Topic: Incentives in school choice under partial information
Date & Time: June, 20 at 15.00
Place: 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 339

Research seminar on June, 4: Clemens Puppe (KIT)

Topic: Resource Allocation by Frugal Majority Rule
Date & Time: June, 4 at 16.50
Place: 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 339

Research seminar on June, 6: Dmitry Ivanov (GT Lab)

Topic: Identifying Bid Leakage In Procurement Auctions: Machine Learning Approach
Date & Time: June 6, 2019 at 16.50
Place: 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 339

Illustration for news: GT Lab's RAs are admitted to master programmes in Europe

GT Lab's RAs are admitted to master programmes in Europe

Vitaliia Eliseeva and Margarita Pavlova, 4-year students in Economics, and RAs at the GT lab, are admitted to master programmes at PSE and CERGE-EI

Research Seminar on April, 4: Vladimir Pyrlik (CERGE-EI)

Topic: Shrinkage in Estimating High Dimensional Copulas 
Date & Time: April, 4 at 15.00
Place: 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room: 339