The Centre for Mathematical and Theoretical Economics builds upon the Department’s traditional strength in economic theory. There is a focus on decision theory, but also well-recognized competence in game theory, both in its cooperative variant and its non-cooperative version, as well as a strength in applications, like industrial organization, financial economics, or models of evolution. MATE is intensifying its collaboration with the University of Zurich, and expects a particularly fruitful collaboration with the Zurich Centre for Decision and Neuroeconomic Theory (NOMIS).
PhD and Postdoc Opportunities
Research and Publications
All seminars are held online, via Zoom, Thursday afternoons. To request links, please email the school admin and ask to be put on the mailing list.
- October 7: Ignacio Esponda (UCSB)
- October 14: Ran Shorrer (Penn State)
- October 21: Ludvig Sinander (Oxford)
- November 18: Rabee Tourky (ANU)
- November 25: Lones Smith (UW Madison)
- December 2: R. Vijay Krishna (Florida State)