Strategic Interactions and General Equilibrium: Theories and Applications

Mardi 29 Novembre 2011 - Mercredi 30 Novembre 2011

International Workshop CoFail
Strategic Interactions and General Equilibrium:
Theories and Applications.

November 29-30 2011
Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense

Recent developments in general equilibrium theory focus on strategic interactions. Several models offer strategic foundations for the theory of perfect competition. Others analyze the functioning of markets and the working of market power in economies where competition takes place on multiple markets among many agents. This second workshop is devoted to recent developments in the field.

Tuesday (Building T-R237): Conference Invited Speaker

17h00-18h30: B. SHITOVITZ (University of Haifa):
Trading Equilibrium in a Public Good Economy with Smooth Preferences and a Mixed Measure Space of Consumer”.

Wednesday (Building G-R614)

09h30-10h00: Breakfast

10h00-11h00: S. LAHIRI (School of Petroleum Management, PD Petroleum University, Raisan, Gandhinagar):
Response Functions, Existence and Uniqueness of Active Equilibrium in Bilateral Oligopolies”.

11h00-12h00: L. KOUTSOUGERAS (University of Manchester):
The Second Welfare Theorem for Non Walrasian Economies”.

12h00-14h00: LUNCH

14h00-15h00: L. JULIEN (LEG, University of Bourgogne, EconomiX, University of Paris Ouest-Nanterre and IRES, University of Louvain-la-Neuve):
Oligopoly Equilibria à la Cournot-Walras in Mixed Markets”.

15h00-16h00: F. BUSETTO (University of Udine), G. CODOGNATO (University of Udine) & S. GHOSAL (University of Warwick):
Non Cooperative Oligopoly in Markets with a Continuum of Traders: A Limit Theorem”.

16h00-16h30: Coffee Break

16h30-17h30: S. BRANGEWITZ (University of Paderborn, Bielefeld University and Université Paris 1):
Finite Horizon Strategic Market Games with Collateral”.

Scientific committee:

  • C. Bidard (Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre La Défense)
  • G. Codognato (University of Udine)
  • L.A. Julien (Université de Bourgogne)


Programme of the first workshop (September 25-26th 2008)


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