Workshop on Coordination Games

September 16-18, 2005

FRIDAY
9:30 Attila Ambrus (Harvard University), “Subgroups of Players Coordinating along Common Interest,” based on “Theories of Coalititional Rationality” and “Coalitional Rationalizability
10:15 Rossella Argenziano (University of Essex), “History as a Coordination Device” (with Itzhak Gilboa, Tel-Aviv University)
11:00 Break
11:30 Amil Dasgupta (London School of Economics), “Coordination and Delay in Global Games
12:15 Lunch
1:45 Christian Hellwig (UCLA), “Knowing What Others Know: Coordination Motives in Information Acquisition” (with Laura Veldkamp)
2:30 Break
3:00 George-Marios Angeletos (MIT), “Efficiency and Welfare in Economies with Incomplete Information” (with Alessandro Pavan, Northwestern University)
3:45 Alessandro Pavan (Northwestern University), “Information Dynamics and Equilibrium Multiplicity in Global Games of Regime Change” (with Marios Angeletos, MIT and Christian Hellwig, UCLA)
6:30 Dinner
SATURDAY
9:30 Christophe Chamley (BU and DELTA), “Complementarities in Information Acquisition with Short-Term Trades
10:15 Chris Edmond (NYU), “Resolving Our Differences: Acquiring Information to Create Aggregate Liquidity” (with Laura Veldkamp)
11:00 Break
11:30 Kathy Yuan (University of Michigan), “Strategic Uncertainty in Asset Markets” (with Emre Ozdenoren, University of Michigan) (abstract)
12:15 Lunch
1:45 Itay Goldstein (University of Pennsylvania), “Manipulation and the Allocational Role of Prices” (with Alexander Guembel, University of Oxford)
2:30 Break
3:00 Douglas Gale (NYU), “Sequential Equilibrium in Monotone Games: A Theory Based Analysis of Experimental Data” (with Syngjoo Choi and Shachar Kariv)
3:45 Akihiko Matsui (Tokyo), “Aspiration and Cooperation in Cournot Oligopoly” (with In-Koo Cho)
7:00 Dinner
SUNDAY
10:15 Hans Carlsson (University of Lund), “The Viability of Collusive Arrangements” (with Håkan Holm, University of Lund) (abstract)
11:00 Break
11:30 Stephen Morris (Princeton University), “Endogenous Public Signals and Coordination” (with Hyun Shin, London School of Economics)
12:15 Lunch

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The conference will be held at the Yale School of Management (SOM), Evans Hall located at 165 Whitney Ave and is about a 20 minute walk from the Blake Hotel. The easiest route to SOM from the Blake Hotel is to go south-east on George Street and turn left on Temple St. Temaple will merge into Whitney Avenue. SOM will be on the right side of the street across from the Peabody Museum (see map below).


The conference will be held at the Yale School of Management (SOM), Evans Hall located at 165 Whitney Ave and is about a 15 minute walk from the Omni Hotel. The easiest route to SOM from the Omni Hotel is to go north on Temple St. which merges into Whitney Avenue. SOM will be on the right side of the street across from the Peabody Museum (see map below).


For travel expense reimbursement for the 2019 Cowles Summer Conferences, please send the following items by Friday, September 6, 2019.

For travel expense reimbursement for the 2019 Cowles “Matching: Optimal Transport and Beyond” Conference, please send the following items by Friday, October 25, 2019.

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Cowles Foundation at Yale University
30 Hillhouse Avenue
P.O. Box 208281
New Haven, CT 06520

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The conference sessions are held on the second floor in Evans Hall at the Yale School of Management. Restrooms can be found on the perimeter of the building along the sides and back of the building.

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The Cowles Foundation is located in the heart of Yale’s campus at 30 Hillhouse Avenue.  Use theYale online campus map to help find your way around.


If you need assistance with an Omni Hotel room reservation, please contact Alyson Perri, Convention Services Manager, Omni Hotels.


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Yes, a shuttle bus will be arranged to drive between the hotel and conference location. Typically, an announcement will be sent out from Darlene Smith the day before with additional information.