Browse past events, seminars, and conferences.
"Bargaining in Securities"
“Attributes: Selective Learning and Influence”
"Learning under Misspecification"
"Collective Progress: Dynamics of Exit Waves"
"Choice by Associations to Concepts"
"Sequential Mechanisms for Evidence Acquisition"
"Persuasion with Multiple Actions"
"The Equilibrium Existence Duality"
"Bargaining foundations for price taking in matching markets"
"Sequential Learning with Endogenous Consideration Sets"
"A Strong Minimax Theorem for Informationally-Robust Auction Design"
"On the Computational Properties of Obviously Strategy-Proof Mechanisms"
"Overcoming Free-Riding in Bandit Games"
“Randomize at your own risk: on the observability of ambiguity aversion”
Rui Tang, Princeton University PhD Candidate
Parth Parihar, Princeton University PhD Candidate
Framing and Ambiguity
Information Acquisition in Matching Markets: The Role of Price Discovery
Belief-Averaged Relative Utilitarianism