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International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making

Publications
Article
FORECASTING USING A NONLINEAR DSGE MODEL In print

Ivashchenko S., Gupta R.

Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice. 2017.

Book chapter
Games with incomplete information on both sides and with a public signal on the state of the game

Gavrilovich M., Kreps V. L.

In bk.: Contributions to Game Theory and Management. Vol. 10. St. Petersburg: Graduate School of Management SPbU, 2017. P. 68-78.

Working paper
The unreasonable power of the lifting property in elementary mathematics

Gavrilovich M.

math.CT. arxiv. arxiv, 2017

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.

Expanding horizons: Opportunities for young researchers from our Austrian colleagues

Programs for young scientists at IIASA (Austria) were presented at the International Summer School "International Summer School "Fair Division: Between Economics, Mathematics and Computer Science".

Research Seminar on April 24, 2017

Topic: Perfect Information Games Where Each Player Acts Only Once
Speaker: Arkadi Predtetchinski (Maastricht University), joint work with Kutay Cingiz, Janos Flesch and P. Jean-Jacques Herings
The workshop will take place at 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 358 (3rd floor) at 16:50.

Research Seminar on March 31, 2017

Topic: The Optimal Deterrence of Tax Evasion: The Trade-off Between Information Reporting and Audits
Speaker: Yulia Paramonova (HSE in St. Peterburg)
The workshop will take place at 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 358 (3rd floor) at 16:50.

Research Seminar on March 24, 2017

Topic: Seller-paid ratings
Speaker: Sergei Kovbasyuk (Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance, Rome)
The workshop will take place at 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 356 (3rd floor) at 16:50.

Research Seminar on March 13, 2017

Topic: Generalization of binomial coefficients to numbers on the nodes of graphs
Speaker: Anna Khmelnitskaya (ПМ-ПУ СпбГУ; University of Twente)
The workshop will take place at 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 356 (3rd floor) at 16:50.

Research Seminar on February 3, 2017

Topic: Sorting when firms have size
Speaker: Maxim Goryunov (European University Institute, Florence)
The workshop will take place at 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 358 (3rd floor) at 16:50.

Research Seminar on January 20, 2017.

Topic: Tropical geometry in auctions
Speaker: Nikita Kalinin (CINVESTAV, Mexico)
The workshop will take place at 3A Kantemirovskaya st., room 356 (3rd floor) at 16:50.

Research seminar on November 18, 2016

We invite everyone to attend a research seminar on economics, where a report "On the problem of fair division rents" will be presented. The event will take place on November 18, 2016 at 16:50 at  3A Kantemirovskaya, room 257.

Fair Science

On October 20-22, 2016 the Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making organized a School on Computational Social Choice and Fair Division. After two introductory lectures by the HSE professors Anna Bogomolnaia and Hervé Moulin, the School offered courses of three worldwide experts in the field.

Autumn School Schedule

We are glad to inform that the schedule of the autumn school "Computational Social Choice and Fair Division" is now avaliable.