Current talks

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Room: Corvinus University of Budapest, Jenő Szép Room (Salt House S203)
Coordinators: Tamás Solymosi and Miklós Pintér

Previous talks

2016 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
September 6, 18:00-19:0 Alvin Roth - Neumann Award Lecture
September 16, 13:30-14:30 Ágnes Cseh (HAS Momentum Research Group) The Stable Roommates problem with short lists
September 22, 13:30-14:30 Erel Segal-Halevi (Bar-Ilan University) Fair Division - from Cakes to Lands
September 29, 14:00-15:00
Room C:105
Jean-Jacques Herings (Maastricht) Approximate CAPM When Preferences Are CRRA
Oktober 7, 13:30-14:30 Péter Biró (HAS and Corvinus) Stable matching with uncertain linear preferences
Oktober 14, 13:30-14:30 László Csató (SZTAKI and Corvinus) Impossibility results for paired comparisons
Oktober 21, 13:30-14:30 Tamás Solymosi (Corvinus) Weighted nucleoli and dually essential coalitions
Oktober 28, 13:30-14:30 János Flesch (Maastricht) Subgame perfect epsilon-equilibrium in perfect information games
November 4, 13:40-14:40
Room C:325
Sjur Didrik Flåm (Bergen) Mitigating the Tragedy of the Commons
November 11, 13:30-14:30 Jannik Matuschke (TU München) The complexity of computing a maximum robust flow
November 17-18 Financial Market Liquidity Conference
November 21-22 Workshop on Future Directions in Computational Social Choice Invited talks by young scholars, including
László Csató, Ágnes Cseh, Zsuzsanna Jankó, Balázs Sziklai
December 2, 15:30-16:30
Room C:203
Kolos Ágoston (Corvinus) Integer programming methods for special college admissions problems
December 9, 13:40-14:40
Room C:106
Miklós Pintér (Pécs) Consistent, weakly additive values and two-player games
December 14 100 years of Matching Theory in Hungary free registration by 23 November
December 15 Matching in Practice free registration by 23 November

2016 Spring:

Time Speaker Title
February 8, 10:00-11:00 Julien Lesca (Paris Dauphine) A complexity approach for core-selecting exchange with multiple indivisible goods under lexicographic preferences
February 15, 10:00-11:00 Emre Ergin (Maastricht) Delegation games: a characterization of reported preferences
February 22, 10:00-11:00 Anna Moskalenko (Rovira i Virgili) A mechanism to pick the deserving winner
February 29, 10:00-11:00 Zsuzsanna Jankó (Eötvös) House-swapping with divorcing and engaged pairs
March 9, 10:00-11:00 Baharak Rastegari (Glasgow) On designing truthful Pareto optimal mechanisms in matching markets
March 21, 10:00-11:00 Dávid Csercsik (Pázmány) Game-theoretic modelling of natural gas networks and markets
April 8, 13:30-14:30 Betsabé Pérez Garrido (Pannonia) Outlier detection and robust estimation in linear regression models with fixed group effects
April 15, 13:30-14:30 Ronald de Haan (TU Vienna) Judgment aggregation and complexity
April 18, 10:00-11:00 Walter Kern (Twente) Linear programming and cooperative games
April 27, 14:00-15:00 Péter Biró (Corvinus) Optimal reallocation under additive and ordinal preferences
May 2, 10:00-11:00 Miklós Pintér (Pécs) The core of infinite TU games (revisited)
May 9, 10:00-11:00 Attila Csikász-Nagy (Pázmány) Evolutionary games of interacting cells

2015 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
September 21, 10:00-11:00 Balázs Sziklai, HAS Resource- and Population Monotonicity in Cake-Cutting
September 28, 10:00-11:00 László Csató, CUB Incomplete pairwise comparison matrices and weighting methods
October 5, 10:00-11:00 Miklós Pintér, CUB A cardinally convex game with empty core
October 12, 10:00-11:00 Ferenc Forgó, CUB The prisoners’ dilemma, congestion games and correlation
October 19, 10:00-11:00 Péter Biró, CUB Circulation under Responsive Preferences
October 26, 10:00-11:00 Tamás Solymosi, CUB Monotonicity properties and the nucleolus in assignment games I
November 2, 10:00-11:00 Tamás Solymosi, CUB Monotonicity properties and the nucleolus in assignment games II
November 9, 10:00-11:00 Milena Lakicevic, University of Novi Sad Impact of different AHP structuring in an environmental decision-making problem
November 19-20 6th Annual Financial Market Liquidity Conference
November 23, 9:50-10:30, E330 Bettina Klaus, University of Lausanne Object Allocation via Deferred-Acceptance: Strategy-Proofness and Comparative Statics
November 23, 10:40-11:20. E330 David Manlove, University of Glasgow Stable Marriage and Roommates problems with restricted edges
November 30, 10:00-11:00 Zsolt Bihary, CUB Market makers using game theory
December 7, 10:00-11:00, E330 Eyal Winter, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of Leicester Rule Rationality
December 11-12 GAM-SOC2015
December 14, 10:00-11:00, E330 William Zwicker, Union College Aggregating binary relations: voting rules and the Mean Rule via inner product

2015 Spring:

Time Speaker Title
February 9, 10:00-11:00 Marina Bannikova, URV Gathering support from rivals
February 16, 10:00-11:00 Balázs Sziklai, HAS Universal Characterization Sets for the Nucleolus in Balanced Games
February 23, 10:00-11:00 Dénes Pálvölgyi, CUB Linearity of the core correspondences
March 2, 10:00-11:00 Inácio Bó, WZB Berlin Social Science Center Fair Implementation of Diversity in School Choice
March 9, 10:00-11:00 Tamás Solymosi, CUB On computing the per-capita nucleolus in balanced games
March 16, 10:00-11:00 Bram Driesen, University of Glasgow A non-cooperative foundation for the continuous Raiffa solution
March 23, 10:00-11:00 Péter Biró, CUB The Stable Fixtures Problem with Payments
March 30, 10:00-11:00 Tamás Balogh, University of Debrecen Mixed and semi-mixed Bertrand-Edgeworth duopolies: the production-in-advance case
April 8, 11:00-12:00 Péter Vida, University of Mannheim Iterative Forward Induction versus Unprejudiced Beliefs
April 20, 10:00-11:00 László Csató, CUB A distance-based accessibility index
April 27, 10:00-11:00 Péter Csóka, CUB Decentralized clearing in financial networks
June 18, 13:00-14:00 Marina Bannikova, URV More parties - cheaper to bribe?
July 7, 11:30-12:30 Sonal Yadav, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi The equivalence between adjacent non-manipulability and strategy-proofness in voting domains: A sufficiency result

2014 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
September 15, 10:00-11:00 Miklós Pintér, CUB The non-emptiness of the weak sequential core
September 22, 10:00-11:00 Tamás Solymosi, CUB Lexicographic allocations and extreme core payoffs in assignment games
September 29, 10:00-11:00 Dénes Pálvölgyi, CUB Hotelling's spatial competition model on graphs
October 6, 10:00-11:00 Burak Can, Maastricht University Update monotone preference rules
October 13, 10:00-11:00 László Csató, CUB Measuring centrality by a generalisation of degree
October 20, 10:00-11:00 Dezső Bednay, CUB Core stability in 2+2+2 assignment games
October 27, 10:00-11:00 Péter Vida, University of Mannheim Commitments, Intentions, Truth and Nash Equilibria
November 3, 10:00-11:00 Balázs Sziklai, HAS How to identify experts in a community?
November 10, 10:00-11:00 Cancelled
November 17, 11:00-12:00 Tamás Fleiner, BME Pareto optimality in many-to-many matching problems
November 24, 10:00-11:00 Barna Bakó, CUB Applying the Model of Focus Weighted Utility on Loan Decisions
December 1, 10:00-11:00 Ferenc Forgó, CUB Congestion games, social dilemmas and correlation

2013/2014 Spring:

Time Speaker Title
February 24, 9:50-10:50 Hubert János Kiss, ELTE On the mobilizing role of social media in revolutions: a game-theoretic approach
March 3, 9:50-10:50 Attila Tasmádi, CUB The Kreps-Scheinkman game in mixed duopolies
March 10, 9:50-10:50 Miklós Pintér, CUB A new epistemic model
March 17, 10:00-11:00, C 207 Herbert Gintis, Santa Fe Institute Some Pathologies of Common Knowledge
March 24, 9:50-10:50 Anna Zseleva, Maastricht University Modeling games with finitely additive probabilities
March 31, 9:50-10:50 Tamás Solymosi, CUB Bargaining sets in balanced games
April 7, 9:50-10:50 Dezső Bednay, CUB Stable sets in Böhm-Bawerk horse markets
April 14, 9:50-10:50 László Csató, CUB Additive and multiplicative properties of scoring methods for preference aggregation
April 17, 14:00-15:00 Endre Csóka, University of Warwick Efficient Teamwork
April 28, 9:50-10:50 Simone Righi, HAS Pricing in Social Networks under Limited information
May 5, 9:50-10:50 Ferenc Forgó, CUB A new axiomatization of the Nash equilibrium
May 26-27 NEXT 2014: Second Workshop on Networks and Externalities

2013/2014 Winter:

Time Speaker Title
January 10, 10:30-11:30, C 105 Elena Inarra, University of the Basque Country The von Neumann-Morgenstern Stable Sets for 2x2 Games
Janury 24, 10:00-11:00, C 106 Ágnes Cseh, University of Technology Berlin Stability in networks

2013/2014 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
September 2, 15:00-16:00 Ákos Láda, Harvard Clash of Brothers in a Contagious World: Wars to Avoid Diffusion
September 23, 9:50-10:50 Miklós Pintér, CUB The core of TU games with infinitely many players
September 30, 9:50-10:50 Iain McBride, University of Glasgow The Hospitals / Residents problem with Couples: Complexity and Integer Programming models
October 3-4 Workshop 4th Annual Financial Market Liquidity Conference
October 7, 9:50-10:50 Péter Biró, CUB Integer programming methods for special college admissions problems
October 11-12 Workshop Mathematics of Electoral Systems: Voting, Apportioning and Districting
October 14, 9:00-10:00, C 204 Botond Kőszegi, CEU Seller Information about Consumer Naivete Lowers Welfare
October 14-16 János Flesch, Maastricht University Mini Course on Stochastic Games
October 28, 9:50-10:50 Tamás Solymosi, CUB The kernel is in the least core for permutation games
November 4, 9:50-10:50 László Csató, CUB Monotonicity of scoring methods for preference aggregation
November 11, 9:50-10:50, C 208 Héberger Károly, MTA TTK Ugyan miért tört ki a 2008-as pénzügyi válság? Görögország és Németország ugyanabban a pozícióban!?
November 18, 9:50-10:50, C 415 Szilvia Pápai, Concordia University Matching With Minimal Priority Rights
November 25, 9:50-10:50 Flip Klijn, IAE-CSIC Equilibria under Deferred Acceptance: Dropping Strategies, Filled Positions, and Welfare
December 2, 9:00-10:00 Andrea Canidio, CEU The timing of negotiations: bargaining and the focusing effect
December 9, 9:50-10:50, C 208 Marina Nunez, University of Barcelona The core of multisided assignment games: axiomatic characterizations and extensions

2012/2013 Spring:

Times Speaker Title
January 29-30 Corvinus Workshop on Assignment Games
February 1-2 Workshop: Optimal firm behavior and the game-theoretic modeling of competition
February 11, 9:50-10:50, C 201 Ádám Szeidl, CEU A Model of Focusing in Economic Choice
February 18, 9:50-10:50 János Tóth, SZTE Fogoly dilemma társadalomfilozófiai alkalmazásokkal
February 25, 9:50-10:50 Dénes Pálvölgyi, CUB A strategic approach to estate division problems with non-homogenous preferences
March 4, 9:50-10:50 László Csató, CUB An axiomatic approach for ranking by paired comparisons I
March 11, 9:50-10:50 László Csató, CUB An axiomatic approach for ranking by paired comparisons II
March 18, 9:50-10:50 Balázs Sziklai, HAS The nucleolus of Directed Acyclic Graph Games
March 25, 9:50-10:50 László Á. Kóczy, HAS Coalitionally stable neworks
April 18, 13:10-14:10, C 430 Martin Meier, IHS Comprehensive rationalizability
April 22, 9:50-10:50 Burak Can, Maastricht University A re-characterization of the Kemeny distance
April 29, 9:50-10:50 Saeed Seyed Agha Banihashemi, School of international relations of ministry of MOFA Applications of game theory in economics
May 6, 9:50-10:50 Róbert Somogyi, Ecole Polytechnique (ParisTech) Bertrand-Edgeworth competition with substantial product differentiation
May 21, 11:00-12:00, C 418 René van den Brink, Free University of Amsterdam Games with a Local Permission Structure: separation of authority and value generation
May 29, 14:00-15:00 Péter Wojuteczky, CUB Stable Fixtures Problem with Payments
June 7, 11.30-12.00, Budaörsi út 45 Endre Csóka, University of Warwick An efficient mechanism for real-life multi-agent projects

2012/2013 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
September 24, 9:50-10:50 Tamás Solymosi, CUB Remarks on the computation and monotonicity of the nucleolus
October 1, 9:50-10:50 Balázs Sziklai, HAS KTI The nucleolus of the generalized standard tree game
October 8, 9:50-10:50 Áron Lászka, BME The network blocking game
October 15, 9:50-10:50 Dávid Csercsik, HAS KTI A partition function form game over routing networks
October 29, 9:50-10:50 Péter Egri, HAS SZTAKI Scoring rule based mechanisms for eliciting probabilistic estimates
November 5, 9:50-10:50 Andrés Perea, Maastricht University From Classical to Epistemic Game Theory
November 12, 9:50-10:50 György Szabó, HAS TTK MFA Evolutionary potential games
November 19, 9:50-10:50 Dezső Bednay, CUB Stable sets and bargaining games
November 26, 9:50-10:50 Péter Csóka, CUB Risk allocation with liquidity considerations
December 3, 9:50-10:50 Saeed Seyed Agha Banihashemi, School of international relations of ministry of MOFA Application of game theory in social science
December 10, 9:50-10:50 Arkadi Predtetchinski, Maastricht University Perfect Information Stochastic Games with Purely Atomic Transitions

2011/2012 Spring:

Time Speaker Title
February 13, 9:50-10:50 Péter Biró, IEHAS Matching game and stable roommates problem with payments
February 20, 9:50-10:50 Anna Radványi, CUB, IEHAS Shapley-érték legrövidebb út játékokon
February 27, 9:50-10:50 András Kálecz-Simon, CUB Progressive managerial bonuses in a spatial Bertrand duopoly
March 5, 9:50-10:50 Attila Tasnádi, CUB Endogenous Timing of Moves in Bertrand-Edgeworth Triopolies
March 12, 9:50-10:50 Gyula Seres, Tilburg University The effect of public information in a hybrid auction model
March 19, 9:50-10:50 László Á. Kóczy, IEHAS Stationary consistent equilibrium coalition structures constitute the recursive core
March 26, 9:50-10:50 Katsuya Kobayashi, Hosei University, Tokyo A Model of Two Party Representative Democracy: Endogenous Party Formation
April 2, 9:50-10:50 László Kállay, CUB Kockázat kezelése a tranzakciókban : optimum, méretgazdaságosság, egyensúly - egy játékelméleti modell
April 16, 9:50-10:50 Zsolt Udvari, CEU Generalized type spaces
April 23, 9:50-10:50 Saeed Seyed Agha Banihashemi, School of International Relation of MOFA Application of games theory on International relations

2011/2012 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
Semptember 19, 9:50-10:50 Balázs Sziklai, IEHAS Consistent Methods of Distributive Justice, Representing Rules by Hydraulics
September 26, 9:50-10:50 Zoltán Horváth, CUB Folyóvizek elosztási problémájának vizsgálata
October 3, 9:50-10:50 Dávid Csercsik, MTA SZTAKI Externalities in the game of generator rescheduling on electrical power transmission networks
October 5, 10:00-11:00 Friedel Bolle, European University of Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder) Solidarity
October 10, 9:50-10:50 Arkadi Predtetchinski, Maastricht University Voting on randomly generated proposals
October 17, 14:45-15:45 Volker Britz, Maastricht University Optimal value commitment in bilateral bargaining
October 24, 9:50-10:50 Miklós Pintér, CUB Topological and purely measurable type spaces
October 28, 8:30-9:30 János Flesch, Maastricht University Subgame-perfect equilibria in games with perfect information
November 7, 9:50-10:50 Péter Biró, IEHAS Paths to stability in matching markets with and without payments
November 14, 9:50-10:50 Bram Driesen, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat Proportional concessions and the leximin solution
November 16, 14:00-15:00 Igor Sedlár, Comenius Univesity in Bratislava Awareness and the Preface Paradox
November 21, 9:50-10:50 Péter Vida, University of Vienna Implementation of Communication Equilibria by Correlated Cheap Talk: the Two-Player Case
November 28, 9:50-10:50 No Seminar Visit the Matching-in-Practice workshop at IEHAS

2010/2011 Spring:

Time Speaker Title
February 14, 9:50-10:50 Bram Driesen, University of Óbuda The Kalai-Smorodinsky bargaining solution with loss aversion
February 21, 9:50-10:50 Dezső Bednay, Corvinus University of Budapest Stabil halmazok egy új karakterizációja a hozzárendelési játékok osztályán
February 28, 9:50-10:50 Imre Dobos, Corvinus University of Budapest Ellátási láncok koordinációja és megoldása játékelmélettel
March 7, 9:50-10:50 Ferenc Forgó, Corvinus University of Budapest Value of correlation
March 21, 9:50-10:50 Attlia Tasnádi, Corvinus University of Budapest Endogenous Timing in a Mixed Bertrand-Edgeworth Duopoly
March 28, 9:50-10:50 Fabien Lange, University of Óbuda When selfishness of agents meets the social optimum: solution of a congestion game
April 4, 9:50-10:50 Miklós Pintér, Corvinus University of Budapest Invariance under type morphisms: the Bayesian Nash Equilibrium
April 11, 9:50-10:50 Tamás Solymosi, Corvinus University of Budapest On a stable allocation rule for minimum cost spanning tree problems
April 18, 9:50-10:50 Amandine Ghintran, University of Óbuda Assignment of heterogeneous agents in trees under the permission value
May 2, 9:50-10:50 András Simonovits, HAS Designing Benefit-Effort Rules: Welfare vs. Redistribution

2010/2011 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
September 20, 9:50-10:50 József Garay, ELTE Lehet-e az irigység az adakozás evolúciós gyökere?
September 27, 9:50-10:50 Zoltán Zsombor Méder, CUB Ultimátumjáték, altruizmus és evolúció
October 4, 9:50-10:50 Rozália Miklós, CUB A Rabin-féle méltányossági egyensúly kritikája
October 11, 9:50-10:50 Péter Csóka and Miklós Pintér, CUB On the impossibility of fair risk allocation
October 18, 9:50-10:50 József Vincze, CUB Versenyzői egyensúly többtermékes aukciókban
October 25, 9:50-10:50 Anna Radványi, CUB Költségelosztási modellek
November 8, 9:50-10:50 Attila Gulyás, CUB Friendship and fairness
November 15, 9:50-10:50 Helga Habis, CUB Dynamic cooperation
November 22, 9:50-10:50 Amandine Ghintran, University of Óbuda Egalitarian tree solutions for graph games
November 29, 9:50-10:50 Péter Biró, University of Glasgow Fractional solutions for NTU-games with applications to stable matching problems
December 6, 9:50-10:50 Tamás Fleiner, BME Finding an envy-free room assignment with linear programming

2009/2010 Summer:

Time Speaker Title
June 16, 10:30-11:15, C105 Jerzy Filar, University of South Australia The Hamiltonian Cycle Problem and some challenging non-convex programs
June 16, 11:30-12:30, C105 Jerzy Filar, University of South Australia Dependence of Nash equilibra on imcompetence

2009/2010 Spring:

Time Speaker Title
February 10, 8:00-11:00, C428 Ferenc Forgó, CUB Klímatárgyalások játékelméleti modellezése
February 23, 8:00-11:00, E309 Tamás Solymosi, CUB Költségelosztás kooperatív játékelméleti eszközökkel
March 1, 9:40-11:00 László Á. Kóczy, Óbuda University Stationary consistent equilibrium coalition structures constitute the recursive core
March 8, 9:40-11:00 Imre Dobos, CUB Vállalatok egy Neumann-típusú gazdaságban
March 22, 9:40-11:00 Attila Tasnádi, CUB The Economic Psychology of Television Advertising
March 29, 9:40-11:00 Dezső Bednay, CUB Stabil halmazok általánosított hozzárendelési játékokban
April 12, 9:40-11:00, E326 Imre Bárány, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics Poker over the phone, and its extensions
April 19, 9:40-11:00 Gyula Seres, CUB Cooperative model concepts of the Eurasian natural gas market
April 26, 9:40-11:00 Fabien Lange, Óbuda University Fuzzy voting games and power indices
May 3, 9:40-11:00 János Flesch, Maastricht University Stochastic games with the average reward
May 10, 9:40-11:00 Ákos Láda, CUB Humiliation and International Conflict: A Mathematical Analyis of 'Soft Debt'

2009/2010 Fall:

Time Speaker Title
September 22, 16:30-17:50 Tamás Fleiner, BME Stable matchings and flows
September 29, 14:50-16:10 Miklós Pintér, CUB Hierarchies of beliefs and type spaces - an introduction
October 5, 16:30-17:50 Imre Dobos, CUB Inventory games
November 2, 16:30-17:50 Tamás Solymosi, CUB Longest paths and stable sets in assignment games
November 9, 16:30-17:50 Dezső Bednay, CUB The existence of stable sets in assignment games
November 17, 14:50-16:10 Morgane Tanvé, Université Paris 1 Ambiguity & Abstention
November 24, 14:50-16:10 Fabien Lange, Budapest Tech Power indices expressed in terms of minimal winning coalitions in a high majority context
December 1, 14:50-16:10 György Szabó, MTA MFA Néhány játékos összehajol
December 7, 16:30-17:50 Péter Egri, MTA SzTAKI Mechanism design approach in supply chain planning
December 15, 14:50-16:10 Péter Biró, University of Glasgow Computational and economic aspects of mechanism design in matching markets