Workshop: Evolutionary Dynamics and Market Behavior

Date: July 15 - 18, 2013
Venue: HIM lecture hall, Poppelsdorfer Allee 45
Organizers: Hofbauer and Sorin

This workshop was devoted to recent advances in the theory of evolutionary games and applications. The scope of the workshop was very broad and included deterministic and stochastic models, discrete time and continuous time dynamics, games with finitely many players as well as population games.

The four days of the workshop corresponded to the following themes: the first day dealt with stochastic stability and stochastic learning, in particular limiting properties. The second day covered several applications in economics, transportation, networks as well as the connection with learning dynamics. The third day was devoted to deterministic procedures (including Best response, logit and higher order dynamics). The last day covered specific aspects related to robustness properties: finite populations, bounded rationality, perturbation, persistence, ...


Participants of the Workshop (click to enlarge)