Controversies in Game Theory II

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Spring Semester 2015

This is the website of the block course and workshop "Controversies in Game Theory II: Social Preference Theory and Mechanism Design" in the Spring semester 2015. The block course takes place in the week of May 26-29, 2015 at the ETH main building (see HG) in the room E3. The schedule will be published below, for ETH students any further information on the course may be found in the VVZ.

All Controversies bloc courses and workshops:

Course Schedule

Date Time Presenter Topic
      Institutions
26.05.
09.00-10.00 Heinrich Nax Meritocracy as a mechanism
→ (PDF, 1016 KB) (intro) (PDF, 26 KB)
  10.00-11.00 Heiko Rauhut Beliefs about Lying and Spreading of Dishonesty
→ (PDF, 2.9 MB)
  11.00-12.00 Dirk Helbing What Mechanism Design Can Contribute to A Smart, Resilient Society
→ (PDF, 10 MB)
      Evolution
27.05. 09.00-10.00 Kurt Dopfer Evolutionary Economics
→ (PDF, 443 KB)
  10.00-11.00 Michael Mäs Do Intergroup Conflicts Necessarily Result from Outgroup Hate?
→ (PDF, 9.2 MB)
  11.00-12.00 Alexandros Rigos Evolution of meritocracy mechanisms
→ (PDF, 1.9 MB)
      Mechanism Design
28.05.
09.00-10.00 Urs Fischbacher Sanction the Seldom – An experimental study on behavioral sanctioning norms
  10.00-11.00 Urs Fischbacher Indirect Reciprocity,
Reputation and Competition
  11.00-12.00 Martin Schonger Ambiguity Aversion
      Collective Intelligence (Master course)
29.05.
09.00-10.00 Richard Mann
Designing Incentives for Collective Intelligence
→ (PDF, 1.7 MB)
  10.00-11.00 Iain Couzin Collective Intelligence
  11.00-12.00 Christoph Stadtfeld Micro-motives and macro-level outcomes in social networks
→ (PDF, 2.3 MB)
  14.00-15.00 Dirk Helbing

Economy 4.0: From Collective Intelligence to Participatory Market Society

→ (PDF, 37.8 MB)

  15.00-16.00 Discussion  
 
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