Parallel Session 8


A - Networks

B - Games & Markets II

C - Learning & Opinion Dynamcis

D - Power & Influence


Room – S58

Room – S59

Room – S61

Room – S64


Chenghong Luo:

Friendship networks with myopic and farsighted individuals

Natividad llorca:

On new solution concepts for multi-choice two-sided market games

Dávid Kopányi:

Oligopoly Game: Price Makers Meet Price Takers

Alexis Poindron:

Models of influence with positive or negative perception


Akylai Taalaibekova:

Who matters in coordination problems on networks: myopic or farsighted agents?

Silvia Miquel:

Assignment games with an informed player

Kangkan Devchoudhury:

Uncertainty and Polarization: A Dynamic Downsian Model with Preference Uncertainty

Yukinori Iwata:

Ranking Decision Rules of the Basis of Voting Power Distributions


Olena Orlova:

Networks and Freedom

Joachim Heinzel:

Bundling in a Distribution Channel with Retailer Competition and Powerful Manufacturers

György Kozics:

Best-Response Dynamics in Network Games with Asymmetric Interaction

Alexander Mayer:

Weighted Committee Games


Britta Hoyer:

Network Disruption and the Common Enemy Effect

Yevgeny Tsodikovich:

Tacit Collusion via Asynchronous Play

Fen Li:

Opinion Dynamics with Anti-conformist agents



Coffee Break


Parallel Session 9


A - Auctions

B - Equilibria

C - Allocation Problems II

D - Games on Graphs


Room - S58

Room – S59

Room – S61

Room – S64


Marcelo de Carvalho Griebeler:

The political alliance game: pragmatism, ideology and alliance loyalty

Dieter Balkenborg:

A Smooth Parametrization of the Nash correspondence

Wenzhong Li:

The allocation of marginal surplus in cooperative situations

Dolf Talman:

The average tree solution for cooperative games with hypergraph communication structure


Duozhe Li:

Losing to Win: Bargaining with Endogenous Recognition

Dries Vermeulen:

On the topology of the set of Nash equilibria

Takashi Akahoshi:

General properties of lexicographically and constrained maximal allocations

Manuel Laszlo Mago:

The average connected contribution value for graph games


Dmitriy Knyazev:

Non-discriminatory strategy-proof optimal auction

Jop Schouten:

Unilateral support equilibria

Natalia Naumova:

Allocation problems for generalized games with restricted cooperation

Anna Khmelnitskaya:

The average tree value for graph games with main players and application to hub and spoke models


Isa Hafalir:

College admissions with entrance exams: Centralized versus decentralized

Rui Silva:

Equilibrium selection in n-person static games with complete information

Yasushi Agatsuma:

On testable implications of allocation problems: a revealed preference approach





Planery Session 3 – Lecture Theatre H24

Ken Binmore – Ambiguity in Games

Chair: Manfred Holler


Announcement SING Prize – Lecture Theatre H24


Coffee Break


Closing Session – Lecture Theatre H24


SING Assembly – Lecture Theatre H24


Departure by bus from the conference venue


Departure by bus from Hotel First Boarding


Departure by bus from Hotel Lohmühle


Departure by bus from Hotel Rheingold
(Guests of the Hotel Goldener Löwe are asked to come to the Hotel Rheingold)


Guided Tour through Eremitage & Reception


Gala Dinner


Optional return by car


Shuttle Bus


Shuttle Bus

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