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Game Theory – Economics and Mathematics

Game theory is a branch of applied mathematics that is mainly used in economics, political science, psychology, logic, computer science, and evolutionary biology. The international GEM workshop gathers scientists predominantly from economics and mathematics departments for scientific presentations and discussions of mathematical foundations of game theory as well as of applications of game theory in economics, particularly in microeconomics. 

The 6th International workshop is hosted by The Department of Business and Economics  at SDU, Odense
Organizers: Trine Tornøe Platz and Peter Sudhölter 

In order to participate in and for any inquiry concerning the GEM workshop, please contact professor Peter Sudhölter

Download the program here
Download the abstracts here


Speakers:
Michel Grabisch University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Lone Grønbæk University of Southern Denmark
Agnieszka Rusinowska University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Karol Szwagrzak SDU, Copenhagen Business School
Rafael Treibich University of Southern Denmark
Bernhard von Stengel London School of Economics
José M. Zarzuelo University of the Basque Country 

Previous GEM workshops:
 1st GEM workshop (May 22, 2012)
2nd GEM workshop (November 15/16, 2013)
3rd GEM workshop (October 2/3, 2014)
4th GEM workshop (October 1, 2015)
5th GEM workshop (contained in SING12)

 

 

 

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