Institute for Logic, Language and Computation

12 November 2010, Computational Social Choice Seminar, Eric Pacuit

Speaker: Eric Pacuit (Tilburg)
Title: Paradoxes of Interactive Rationality
Date: Friday 12 November 2010
Time: 16:00
Location: Room A1.04, Science Park 904, Amsterdam


In this talk I will introduce and diagnose a number of problems that arise when trying to provide a rigorous epistemic characterization of game-theoretic solutions concepts. Much of the talk will focus on issues surrounding Iterated Admissibility. The goal of the talk is to compare the "static" epistemic characterizations with dynamic accounts (including a recent proposal by R. Cubbitt and R. Sugden introducing a new iterative procedure for solving finite strategic games).

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