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Regular rates
(register after April 15):
Rutgers affiliate, not volunteering
: $75
Academic: $200
Non-academic/industry: $400

Rutgers students volunteering: free!

 

 
Logics for Social Behavior

This workshop aims at fostering the creation of a common ground between graduate students/researchers in the following areas:
(a) algebraic, topological and category-theoretic methods for nonclassical logics;
(b) theoretical economics (decision theory, game theory, social choice).


Topics addressed in the workshop include, but are not limited to: background on modal logic, common knowledge, and how these have been received in the economics and the social sciences; Game Logic and Coalition Logic (including basics on neighbourhood semantics), and coalgebraic logic perspectives on these; universal and complete belief spaces and the role they play in the epistemic foundations of game theory; backward/forward induction and weak dominance; the Brandenburger-Keisler paradox; proof calculi for dynamic/epistemic logics; problems in economics which are treatable with the tools discussed in the workshop.

Workshop Website

Helle Hvid Hansen

Helle Hvid Hansen
Delft University of Technology

Larry Moss
Larry Moss
Indiana University, Bloomington
Eric Pacuit

Eric Pacuit
University of Maryland, College Park

Alessandra Palmigiano

Alessandra Palmigiano
Delft University of Technology

Rohit Parikh

Rohit Parikh
Brooklyn College, City University of New York

Marcus Pivato

Marcus Pivato
Trent University

Vikto Winschel

Vikto Winschel
ETH Zürich

 

 

   
 
 
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