The 3rd Columbia Conference on Economic Theory (CCET) will be held on September 13-14, 2019. On Friday, September 13th, the conference will take place in 301 Uris Hall and on Saturday, September 14th, the conference will be held in 142 Uris Hall (get directions).
Friday, September 13th
9:00AM: Breakfast and Registration
9:55AM: Welcome Remarks
10:00AM: Joel Sobel (UC San Diego), “Simultaneous Versus Sequential Disclosure” (Co-authored by Peicong (Keri) Hu)
10:50AM: Coffee Break
11:05AM: Rahul Deb (University of Toronto), “(Bad) Reputation in Relational Contracting” (Co-authored by Matt Mitchell and Mallesh Pai)
12:10PM: Yingni Guo (Northwestern University), “Robust Monopoly Regulation” (Co-authored by Eran Shmaya)
2:30PM: Jonathan Weinstein (Washington University in St. Louis), “Direct Complementarity”
3:20PM: Coffee Break
3:35PM: Nikhil Vellodi (Princeton), ”Ratings Design and Barriers to Entry”
4:40PM: Faruk Gul (Princeton), “Mechanism Design and Walrasian Equilibrium” (Co-authored by Wolfgang Pesendorfer and Mu Zhang)
Saturday, September 14th
8:00AM: Breakfast and Registration
9:00AM: Sylvain Chassang (NYU), “Secure Survey Design in Organizations: Theory and Experiments” (Co-authored by Christian Zehnder)
9:50AM: Coffee Break
10:05AM: Doron Ravid (U Chicago), “Learning before Trading: On the Inefficiency of Ignoring Free Information” (Co-authored by Anne-Katrin Roesler and Balazs Szentes)
11:10AM: Leeat Yariv (Princeton), “Who Cares More? Allocation with Diverse Preference Intensities” (Co-authored by Pietro Ortoleva and Evgenii Safonov)
12:00PM: Coffee Break
12:15PM: Alessandro Pavan (Northwestern University), “Searching for Arms” (Co-authored with Daniel Fershtman)
This conference is sponsored by Columbia University’s Program for Economic Research (PER) and the Microeconomic Theory Initiative (MTI).
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