IMBS CONFERENCE ON

LUCE AND RAIFFA AFTER 50 YEARS: WHAT IS NEXT?

JANUARY 25-27, 2008

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25

LOCATION: DOHENY BEACH A - STUDENT CENTER (LEVEL 1) A134A

2:00 � 2:10 Opening Remarks by DONALD SAARI, Director of IMBS

 

2:10 � 2:50 Discussion - DUNCAN LUCE and HOWARD RAIFFA

 

2:50 � 3:40 TOM SCHELLING, Distinguished Professor, School of Public Policy , University of Maryland
Title to be announced

 
 

3:40 � 4:00 Discussion



4:00 � 4:30 ROGER MYERSON, Glen A. Lloyd Distinguished Professor, Department of Economics, Univ. of Chicago
�Discussion on the Evolution of Non-cooperative Game Theory in the 1950s and the State of the Art Today�




4:30 � 4:40 Discussion

 

4:40 � 5:30 LLOYD SHAPLEY, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics and Economics, UCLA
"RHO Stability: A New Solution Concept for Cooperative Games"





SATURDAY, JANUARY 26

LOCATION: LUCE CONFERENCE ROOM, SOCIAL SCIENCE PLAZA A 2112
 

9:00 � 9:50 ERIC MASKIN, Albert O. Hirschman Professor of Social Science, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
�Mechanism Design: How to Implement Social Goals� (Presentation)




9:50 � 10:00 Discussion

 

10:00 � 10:50 EHUD KALAI, Professor, Department of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, Northwestern
"Perspectives on Game Science"  (Abstract) (Presentation)




10:50 � 11:00 Discussion

 

11:00 � 11:20 BREAK in SSPA 2142



11:20 � 12:10 AVINASH DIXIT, Professor, Department of Economics, Princeton
�The Achievements and Future of Game Theory: A User's Perspective� (Abstract) (Presentation)




12:20 � 2:00 LUNCH BREAK


2:00 � 2:50 SIMON LEVIN, Moffitt Professor of Biology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton
"Games, Groups, Norms, and Societies" (Abstract) (Presentation)



2:50 � 3:00 Discussion



3:00 � 3:20 BREAK IN SSPA 2142



3:20 � 4:10 ROBERT WILSON, Adams Distinguished Professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford
�Evolution of Game Theory into Multi-Person Decision Theory�(Abstract) (Presentation)




4:10� 4:20 Discussion


 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 27

LOCATION: LUCE CONFERENCE ROOM, SOCIAL SCIENCE PLAZA A 2112

9:00� 9:50 KEN BINMORE, Professor, Department of Economics, Univ. College of London
"Making Decisions in Large Worlds" (Presentation)



9:50� 10:00 Discussion


10:00� 10:50 CHARLES PLOTT, Professor, Economics & Political Sciences, Caltech
"Information Aggregation Mechanisms: Design, Testing and Application" (Presentation)

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