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.