Three Introductory Lectures on Game Theory for Mathematicians

组织者 Organizer:CMSA&YMSC
时间 Time:April 18/20/22, 21:30-23:00 (Beijing Time)
地点 Venue:Zoom


All talks will be on Zoom. Registration is required. Please register here to attend. You may visit the event webpage for more information. 

Poster attached. Poster_Eric Maskin.pdf


Upcoming talks




Speaker:  Eric Maskin (Harvard University)

Time: April 18th (Mon)  21:30 - 23:00 (Beijing Time)

Venue:  Please register here to attend

Title:  Game Theory Basics and Classical Existence Theorems

Abstract:  Games in extensive and normal form. Equilibrium existence theorems by Nash, von Neumann, and Zermelo


Speaker:  Eric Maskin (Harvard University)

Time:  April 20th(Wed)  21:30 - 23:00 (Beijing Time)

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Title:  Mechanism Design

Abstract:  Given a social goal, under what circumstances can we design a game to achieve that goal?



Speaker:  Eric Maskin (Harvard University)

Time:  April 22nd(Fri)  21:30 - 23:00 (Beijing Time)

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Title:  Auction Theory

Abstract:  Equivalences among four standard auctions: the high-bid auction (the high bidder wins and pays her bid); the second-bid auction (the high bidder wins and pays the second highest bid); the Dutch auction (the auctioneer lowers the price successively until some bidder is willing to pay); and the English auction (bidders raise their bids successively until no one wants to bid higher)