Decision and Research Network Third Meeting

Third Meeting of the Rationality and Decision Research Network

London School of Economics - June 3-4, 2011

*Deliberation - Individual and Public.*

Preliminary Schedule: (Format of the contributed presentations: 15min talk - 5min comment - 15min discussion).

*Friday June 3rd*

13.00 - 13.05: Opening 13.05 - 13.40: Stephan Hartmann, "Modeling Ankering"

13.40 - 14.15: Franz Dietrich and Kai Spiekermann, "Epistemic Democracy with defensible premises"

14.15 - 14.50: Richard Bradley, "Prospects for Bayesian Deliberation"

Coffee Break (40min)

15:30 - 16.05: Brian Hill, "Awareness in deliberation"

16.05 - 16.40: Eric Pacuit, "A dynamic analysis of common knowledge of rationality"

16.40 - 17.15: Alexandru Baltag and Sonja Smets, "Is Bayesian conditioning a universal learning method?"

Coffee Break (30min)

17.45 - 19.45: Brian Skyrms, "From Dynamics of Rational Deliberation to Signals"

*Saturday June 4th*

09.30 - 10.05: Soroush Rafiee Rad and Stephan Hartmann, "Voting, Deliberation, and Truth"

10.05 - 10.40: Annika Wallin, "Strategies for advice taking: The role of epistemic social information"

10.40 - 11.15: Jan-Willem Romeijn and Olivier Roy, "All Agreed: Aumman meets Lehrer-Wagner".

Coffee Break (30min)

11.45 - 12.20: Jon Willamson, "Deliberation, Judgment and the Nature of Evidence"

12.20 - 12.55: Jan Sprenger, Carlo Martini and Mark Colyvan, "Convergence of Opinions through Mutual Respect: Scope and Limits"

Lunch (75min)

14.10 - 14.45: Katie Steele, t.b.a.

14.45 - 15.20: Conrad Heilmann, "The Limits and Uses of Time Discounting in Deliberation about the Future"

15.20 - 15.55: Rory Smead, "Learning and Incentives in Commons Problems"

Coffee Break (30min)

16.25 - 17.00: Wlodek Rabinowicz and Stephan Hartmann, "On collective aggregation of individual value judgments"

17.00 - 17.35: Henry Prakken, "Argument schemes for two-phase democratic deliberation."

17.35 - 18.10: Martin van Hees, "The Contradiction in Will Test: What it Is and Why it Fails"

18.10 - 18.25: Closing words - Richard Bradley

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