This book presents a systematic overview on partition function form games: a game form in cooperative game theory to integrate externalities for various applications. Cooperative game theory has been immensely useful to study a wide range of issues, but the standard approaches ignore the side effects of cooperation. Recently interest shifted to problems where externalities play the main roles such as models of cooperation in market competition or the shared use of public resources. Such problems require richer models that can explicitly evaluate the side-effects of cooperation. In partition function form games the value of cooperation depends on the outsiders’ actions. A recent surge of interest driven by applications has made results very fragmented. This book offers an accessible, yet comprehensive and systematic study of properties, solutions and applications of partition function games surveying both theoretical results and their applications. It assembles a survey of existing research and smaller original results as well as original interpretations and comparisons. The book is self-contained and accessible for readers with little or no knowledge of cooperative game theory.
Venue: MTA HTK 1097 Budapest Tóth Kálmán u. 4. fszt. K0.11-12 Bisztray Márta: A külföldi működőtőke beruházások és a nemzetközi kereskedelemben való részvétel közvetett hatásai (habilitációs előadás) 2019. január 21. HÉTFŐ MTA Humán Tudományok Kutatóháza, 1097 ... Details »
Venue: MTA Research House, conference room nr. K11-12, ground floor, 4 Tóth Kálmán street, 1097 Budapest. The Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of Hungarian Academy of Sciences launched a new seminar series in 2013. A quarterly event, it features the ... Details »
Venue: MTA Research House, conference room nr. K11-12, ground floor, 4 Tóth Kálmán street, 1097 Budapest Hansjörg Herr (Berlin School of Economics and Law, FMM Fellow and Berlin Institute for International Political Economy): Underdevelopment and unregulated markets: why free markets do ... Details »
Complexity of finding Pareto-efficient allocations of highest welfare was presented by Péter BIRÓ at the International School Choice and Reform Conference. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogle
Conference presentations at the 8th VOCAL Optimization Conference: Advanced Algorithms: IP solutions for international kidney exchange programmes – Péter Biró, Márton Gyetvai, Radu-Stefan Mincu, Alexandru Popa, Utkarsh ... Details »
Does risk sorting explain bubbles? was presented by Hubert János KISS at the 43rd Simposio de la Asociación Española de Economía-Spanish Economic Association (SAEe). Share ... Details »