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Webinar: Paradoxes in Decision Making and the Role of the Strategic Environment

16+
*recommended age
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The success of an economic decision is almost invariably affected by factors that are beyond the control of the decision maker. The inability to quantify this uncertainty, the arrival of new information, the unpredictability of the decisions of others give rise to systematic biases in the way decisions are taken. We will see how decision theory and game theory have taken charge of solving these problems for the economic analysis.The webinar will highlight some of the aspects of game theory that students of the MSc Financial Economics study within the course in Advanced Microeconomics.

 

Speaker

Emiliano Catonini  is an Associate Professor at the International College of Economics and Finance of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia). He holds a PhD from Bocconi University. Emiliano Catonini’s current research focuses on Economic Theory, Game Theory and Applied Microeconomic Theory. Professor Catonini has published his research in Games and Economic Behavior. 

Date and Time

March 4, 2020 at 18:00 (GMT+3)

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is aimed at students in their final years of a bachelor programme interested in pursuing further a Master programme in financial economics or a career in strategic consulting, banking and finance.