This internationally well-recognized workshop, held every year in a different European city, is a forum for the exchange of research ideas between economic theorists.
This year, the workshop will be accompanied by a special session to commemorate the 102nd birthday of Professor Jerzy Łoś, an outstanding Polish mathematician and economist, known for his seminal contributions in the field of mathematical logic and mathematical economics, in particular game theory.
Nearly 60 renowned economic theorists and mathematicians from all over Europe and beyond will present their research in a variety of themes including: general equilibrium models, decision theory, information economics, game theory, bargaining and matching, financial economics, social networks and social choice.
Three plenary lectures are planned:
Some reflections on zero-sum games, 78 years later
prof. Krzysztof Apt from Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Epistemic Logic with Reciprocal Empathizations: Surfaces to Deeper Layers and Latent Infinity
prof. Mamoru Kaneko of Tsukuba and Waseda University
Recursive Utilities for Micro- and Macroeconomists
prof. Jan Werner from the University of Minnessota
People interested in participating (free of charge) are asked to register at the Conference website.