Second York-Durham Workshop on Economic Theory

This event has now finished.
  • Date and time: Wednesday 18 May 2022, 9.45pm to 6pm
  • Location: HG/09, Heslington Hall, Campus West, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to staff
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Event details

You are very welcome to participate in the second York-Durham Workshop on economic theory on Wednesday 18 May. The programme is as follows:


  • 9.45am - Welcome coffee and tea
  • 10am - Jorgen Kratz (York)
    Generalised Cumulative Offer Processes
  • 11am - Ayse Yazici (Durham)
    Random non-revelation mechanisms in many-to-one matching markets
  • 12 noon - Zaifu Yang (York)
    An Efficient Dynamic Auction for Unimodular Demand Types: A General Design for Various Kinds of
    Indivisible Commodities
  • 1pm - Lunch


  • 2pm -Jop Schouten (Tilburg, visiting York)
    Unilateral support equilibria
  • 3pm - Spyros Galanis (Durham)
    Information Aggregation under Ambiguity: Theory and Experimental Evidence
  • 4pm - James Choy (York)  
    Discriminate or tax?  The form of exploitation under apartheid, Jim Crow, and related institutions
  • 5pm - Anastasiia Parakhoniak (Durham)
    The Effects of Advertising with Reference-Dependent Consumers
  • 6pm - End of presentations