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Game-theoretic approaches to cooperation and exchange of information, with economic applications


The annual budget of every team would cover, in average, eighteen months asymmetric information by combining non-cooperative and cooperative of post-doctoral fellowships, game-theoretic methods Scientific activities would be organized so as to facilitate the main theoretic parts of the research project consist of developing a general approach to "cooperative games with incomplete information" (which participation of young researchers. For instance, experts from the different teams would travel through the network to give seminars and would use non-cooperative games to model the exchange of information advanced lectures on the themes of the proposal; network conferences inside coalitions) and of pursuing the study of repeated games with (which would ensure research coordination and results sharing) would incomplete information (in which cooperation may result from include survey presentations; young scientists would be encouraged to non-cooperative behaviour). The main areas of application will be contract theory (e.g. incentives present their own work at these meetings and in more informal workshops and multistage contracts, in particular in the insurance sector) and normative economics (negotiation and implementation issues related to equity criteria).

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Université de Paris X (Paris-Nanterre)
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95011 Cergy-Pontoise

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