Primary focus of the group is on foundational and philosophical issues in game theory, but applications will also play a role. We particularly aim to promote interdisciplinary research projects among graduate students from any disciplines. This setting serves as a good opportunity for participants to talk about their research, letting the group not only get to know the other students' research interests but also to practice giving presentations in a casual atmosphere. Subjects for discussion will include:
- Epistemic Game Theory
- Bounded rationality in games
- Evolutionary Game Theory
- Algorithmic Game Theory
- Games of Incomplete Information.
A suggested reading list can be found here. Questions, suggestions, etc., about the reading group can be forwarded to the seminar administrator, by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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