SG Seminars 2015-

upcoming seminars

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gautschi (Universität Mannheim)
Risk Aversion and Network Exchange: Experimantal Evidence on Nash-Bargaining with Heterogeneous Risk Preferences
4 May 2017, 15.15 - 16.45
IWF A 34 (Haldeneggsteig 4)

Abstract:
Exchange theories often explain exchange outcomes as the result of bilateral bargaining on the distribution of a perfectly divisible surplus. Howeiver, they neglect interindividual heterogeneity in favor of the effects the given network structure has for exchange outcomes.
We propose a model of proft splits in bilateral bargaining which combines the generalized Nash bargaining solution from cooperative game theory with the assumption that network positions affect the individual bargaining powers in a specific way. To address the aspect of interindividual heterogeneity, we relax the assumption that the structure alone explains negotiation outcomes to also allow - in a first step - for the influence of individual risk preferences. Experimental empirical evidence shows that risk aversion may not influence the negatiation outcomes but the development of offers and counteroffers in the course of bargaining. 

past seminars

Prof. Marc Timme (Max Planck Institute for Dynamics & Self-Organization and Technical University of Darmstadt)
Explosive Transitions in Social Networks?
24 January, 2017

Prof. Ricardo Baeza-Yates (Pompeu Fabra University and Universidad de Chile)
Data and Algorithmic Bias in the Web
09 Dezember, 2016

Prof. James Gleeson (University of Limerick)
Competition and Avalanches in Social Spreading Phenomena
09 May, 2016

Prof. Vito Latora (University of London)
Interdisciplinarity and Funding in Modern Science 
02 May, 2016

Dr. Pasquale Cirillo (Delft University of Technology)
When the Shock is so Extreme that you Collapse     
14 April, 2016

Dr. Jan Lorenz (Jacobs University Bremen)
How Majority Rule Undermines Collective Truth-Finding             
22 March, 2016

Dr. Jaba Ghonghadze (Kiel University)
Moment-Based Estimation of Agent-Based Models             
18 March, 2016

Jeremy Pitt (Imperial College London)
Governance, Justice and Paradox in Self-Organising Rule-Oriented Systems              
20 April, 2015