Learning, Games and Networks Seminar

The Learning, Games and Networks Seminar is held fortnightly during term at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. All talks are on Tuesdays 12.45-13.45 and are held in the Butler Room of D staircase. I organized the seminar over 2017-19. From September 2019, David Delacrétaz and Stephen Nei are in charge. Details of 2019-20 talks can be found here.

Talks 2018-19

October 23, 2018. Manuel Mueller-Frank (IESE, Navarra), paper.

November 6, 2018. Leonie Baumann (Cambridge), paper.

November 20, 2018. Andrea Galeotti (LBS), "Targeting Interventions in Networks".

January 15, 2019. Matt Elliott (Cambridge), abstract.

January 29, 2019. David P. Myatt (LBS), paper.

February 12, 2019. Heinrich Nax (Zürich), abstract.

February 26, 2019. Selman Erol (Tepper, CMU), paper.

April 30, 2019. Antonio Cabrales (UCL), abstract.

May 14, 2019. Bary Pradelski (CNRS), paper.

Talks 2017-18

October 10, 2017. Erik Eyster (LSE), paper.

October 24, 2017. Timo Hiller (Bristol), "Who links to Whom in Networks".

November 7, 2017. Tatiana Mayskaya (HSE, ICEF), paper.

November 21, 2017. Jonathan Newton (Independent), paper.

January 16, 2018. Markus Reisinger (Frankfurt), paper.

January 30, 2018. Peyton Young (Oxford), "Speed of Innovation Diffusion in Social Networks".

February 13, 2018. Anja Prummer (QMUL), abstract.

February 27, 2018. Rida Laraki (Paris Dauphine).

May 8, 2018. Ben Golub (Harvard), abstract.

Past Talks

For 2015-16 / 2016-17 schedules, see this page of the previous organizer's site (Peiran Jiao).