Workshop on “Conditional Games and Strategic Risk”, Ariccia (Rome, Italy), Sept 19-20, 2016.
This is an interdisciplinary workshop bringing together economists, computer scientists, cognitive scientists and philosophers to discuss the role of social influence in strategic decision-making and to address issues of risk associated with social coordination, which is a pervasive but often ignored feature of strategic interaction.
The workshop is organized by Glenn Harrison (Georgia State University), Don Ross (University of Cape Town) and Luca Tummolini (Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies – CNR). Funding is being provided by the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) at Georgia State University.
For more details see: http://cear.gsu.edu/event/