CEPS Decentralized School of Economic Theory

Oct 02, 2023, 09:00 to Jun 30, 2024, 17:00

ENS Paris-Saclay, Building South-West, 2nd floor, Room 2E29


The CEPS is organizing a Decentralized School of Economic Theory for the academic year 2023-2024.  

Objective is to provide comprehensive lectures on cutting-edge advancements in economic theory for PhD students and enthusiastic participants in graduate and undergraduate programs. These courses aim to foster a multidisciplinary approach, encompassing diverse fields such cultural studies, demography, mathematics, migration studies, networks and political sciences.

  • On October (date tba), 5pm, Fabio Mariani (UCLouvain), title tba.
  • 29 November, 5pm, Karolina Vocke (University of Innsbruck), “Stability Concepts for Many to Many Matching Markets”.
  • 6 December, 5pm, John Quah (Johns Hopkins University), “Revealed Preferences”.
  • On February (date tba), Filip Matejka (CERGE-EI), title tba
  • On March 20, Ina Taneva (University of Edinburgh): "Incentives through information"
  • On April 3, Mehmet Ismail (King’s College London): “Game Theory, Human Intelligence, and Chess”.
  • On April 10, Lorenzo Bastianello (Ca’ Foscari Venezia): “Time and Uncertainty” 
  • On May (date tba), Dimitrios Xefteris (University of Cyprus): title tba.
  • On June  (date tba), Nikolas Tsakas (University of Cyprus) : title tba
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Registration & Information
For further details and registration, please contact Oscar Peña-Valencia

ENS Paris-Saclay 
Building South-West, 2nd floor, Room 2E29

This event is financially supported by the Graduate School Economics & Management at the Paris-Saclay University and the Jean d’Alembert Fellowship Program.