The Oligo Workshop 2016 will be devoted to optimal firm behavior and game-theoretic modeling of competition.
It will be held in Paris, France, at Paris-Dauphine University (http://www.dauphine.fr/).
Giancarlo Spagnolo (University of Rome Tor Vergata and Stockholm School of Economics)
Researchers and advanced PhD students are invited to submit papers to be considered for presentation at the workshop.
Submissions from all areas related to microeconomic theory are welcomed, including (but not limited to):
- Price and quantity competition
- Differentiated products and imperfect competition. Advertising
- Platform competition and two-sided markets
- Dynamic models and timing issues
- Strategic delegation
- Collusion, cartels and mergers
- R&D, contests and tournaments
- Externalities and environmental issues
- Aggregative games
- Principal-Agent models. Procurement
- Numerical and computational approaches
- Information in imperfectly competitive markets
- Behavioral theory of consumer choice and competition
- Experimental analysis of markets and strategic interaction
- Law and economics: corruption, intellectual property
Papers should be submitted electronically to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by April 30th, 2016.
The regular conference fee is €150 (135€ before May 9th) and €90 (75€ before May 9th) for PhD students, covering snacks and drinks at the venue. Payments must be made before May 23rd.
Luis Corchón (Carlos III University of Madrid) <email@example.com>
Christian Ewerhart (University of Zurich) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Marco A. Marini (Sapienza University of Rome) <email@example.com>
Attila Tasnádi (Corvinus University of Budapest) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sara Biancini (University of Caen-Normandie) <email@example.com>
Anna Creti (Paris-Dauphine University) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
David Ettinger (Paris-Dauphine University) <email@example.com>
Fréderic Loss (Paris-Dauphine University) <firstname.lastname@example.org>