Workshop on Coordination Games

September 16-18, 2005

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
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
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