Opening Session – Lecture Theatre H24


Parallel Session 1


A- Experiments

B - Strategy

C - Cheap-talk

D - Axiomatization & Voting


Room – S58

Room – S59

Room – S61

Room – S64


Aaron Kamm:

What Causes Gamson’s Law? Ex-perimental Evidence on Coalitional Bargaining and Commitment

Nima Jouchaghani:

Why Less can be More: Choice Overload in a Sequential Screening Model

Romain Bizet:

Communicating disasters

Leticia Lorenzo:

Cost additive rules in minimum cost spanning tree problems with multiple sources


Anne-Christine Barthel:

Coordination and Learning in Games with Strategic Substitutes and Complements

Ioannis Kordonis:

A Model for Partial Kantian Cooperation

Stephan Semirat:

Better, or not that bad? Asymmetric comparative cheap talk

Josep Freixas:

An axiomatic characterization of simple majority rule and extension to broader contexts


Jana Vyratekova:

Supernatural sanctioning and prosocial behaviour: experimental evidence

Matthew Robertson:

Contests with Ex-Ante Target Setting


Stéphane Gonzalez:

Neutral candidates in approval and disapproval vote


Coffee Break


Parallel Session 2


A- TU-games I

B - Bargaining & Solution Concepts

C - Evolutionary GT & Differential Games

D - Simple Games


Room – S58

Room – S59

Room - S61

Room – S64


Encarnacion Algaba:

Power measures and values for games with hierarchies

Shunsuke Hanato:

The Relationship between Equilibrium Payoffs and Proposal Ratios in Bargaining Models

Ovanes Petrosian:

Optimal Strategies for Games with Continuous Updating of Information

Montserrat Pons:

On the curious relationship between anonymous and weighted voting systems


André Casajus:

Superweak differential marginality and the weighted Shapley values

Ville Korpela:

Optimal Bayesian Mechanisms without Monetary Transfers: A Solution to the Two-Person Implementation Problem

Tadeusz Płatkowski:

Shapley value redistribution of social wealth fosters cooperation in social dilemmas

Sascha Kurz:

Dimension of simple games and coding theory


Rene van den Brink:

Interval Solutions for TU-games

Gleb Polevoy:

Solutions to Games, Transitions and Efficiency

Aslihan Akdeniz:

The Cancellation Effect at the Group Level

Erich Prisner:

Talking First or Last---Simulation of the Best Response Dynamics of Simple Voting Games




Planery Session 1 – Lecture Theatre H24

Larry Samuelson - The Wisdom of a Confused Crowd: Model-Based Inference

Chair: Encarnación Algaba          


Coffee Break


Parallel Session 3


A - Bilateral market games

B - Mechanism Design I

C - Bancrupty & NTU-games

D - Power Measures


Room – S58

Room – S59

Room - S61

Room – S64


Deniz Dizdar:

The Multiplier Effect in Two-Sided Markets with Bilateral Investments

Walter Trockel:

Enforcement of Rules for Social systems

Maria José Solís-Baltodano:

Resource allocation with warranties in claims problems

Rainer Berkemer:

Deliberate rejection of coalitions – the case of Germany after the 2017 election


Papatya Duman:

Does Informational Equivalence Preserve Strategic Behavior? An Experimental Study on Trockel's Game

Nadja Stroh-Maraun:

Matching with Different Student Types

Bas Dietzenbacher:

Characterizing NTU-Bankruptcy Rules using Bargaining Axioms

Claus-Jochen Haake:

Qualitative Comparative Analysis and Power Indices


Vito Fragnelli:

Modelling the rational behaviour of individuals on an e-commerce system

Marina Uzunova:

In search of stable regime change

José Manuel Gallardo Morilla:

NTU games with restricted cooperation

Izabella Stach:

Measurement of Control Power in Corporate Networks


Coffee Break


SING Representative Meeting – Room S64


Departure from the Conference Venue for “Guided Tour through Bayreuth” by Bus


Guided Tour through Bayreuth (5 groups)


Reception: Iwalewa House


Individual Return

Parallel Session Chair: Always last speaker of the session

14th European (formerly Spain-Italy-Netherlands) Meeting on Game Theory 16th - 18th July 2018 in Bayreuth, Germany.

16th-18th July '18
University of Bayreuth, Universitaetsstr. 30,
Bayreuth, Germany