Equilibria in Games School and Workshop

Equilibria in Games School and Workshop

Basic results on strategic equilibria, extension of existence results, refinement and selections: normal and extensive form refinements, stability and extensions, dynamics, and applications will be topics covered in these activities.




We expect to have two ( 1.5 hours) lectures for each lecturer and 4 lectures per day during 5 days, that is, a total of 20 lectures given by around 8 lectures covering aspects as:

  1. Basic results on strategic equilibria, including pure, mixed strategies, Nash maps, Variational inequalities, Tarski, complementarity, super modularity, manifold of equilibria, nonatomic games, Wardrop, and Bayesian and correlated equilibria.
  2. Extension of existence results: discontinuous games, games with set-valued payoffs, regularity and approximations, algorithms
  3. Refinement and selections: normal and extensive form refinements, stability and extensions
  4. Dynamics: Nash fields, index and attractors, learning procedures
  5. Applications: congestion games, renegotiation, commitment games, algorithms for computing Nash equilibria, etc.



We expect to have around 16 talks and 40 young researchers participating. Talks are 40 min long and the idea is to cover recents results on the topics of the schools.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Juan Escobar, Universidad de Chile
  • Srihari Govindan, Department of Economics, University of Rochester
  • John Hillas, Economics Department, University of Auckland
  • Alejandro Jofré, CMM, Universidad de Chile
  • Rida Laraki, Lamsade, Université Paris-Dauphine
  • Andy Mc Lennan, School of Economics, The University of Queensland
  • David Rahman, University of Minnesota
  • Sylvain Sorin, Université Pierre et Marie Curie
  • Tristan Tomala, GREGHEC, HEC Paris
  • Andries Vermeulen, Department of Quantitative Economics, Maastricht University
  • Yannick Viossat, CEREMADE, Université Paris-Dauphine
  • Bernhard von Stengel, Department of Mathematics, London School of Economics
Date: Jan 05, 2017
Date of closure: Jan 13, 2017
Venue: Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Beauchef 851, Santiago – Chile. Room B08, floor -1.
More info at:
email: mrivera@cmm.uchile.cl
Event website

Posted on Jan 2, 2017 in Events, Schools, Workshops & Congresses