Venice, June 21-22, 1998.
Organized by Pierpaolo Battigalli and Giacomo Bonanno
DAY 1: Sunday June 21, Venice International University, Isola di San Servolo
Pierpaolo BATTIGALLI (Princeton University) and Giacomo BONANNO (University of California, Davis):
"Recent Results on the Epistemic Foundations of Game Theory" (Introductory Survey)
Michael BACHARACH (Oxford University):
"Multiple Identity Games"
Dov SAMET (Tel Aviv University):
"Quantified Beliefs and Believed Quantities"
DAY 2: Monday, June 22, Department of Economics, University of Venice
Marciano SINISCALCHI (Stanford University):
"Hierarchical Beliefs, Rationality and Heuristics in Extensive Games"
Brian SKYRMS (University of California, Irving):
"Subjunctive Conditionals and Revealed Preference"
Robert STALNAKER (MIT):
"Static and Dynamic Models for Games"
The organisers would like to thank RESEARCH IN ECONOMICS/Ricerche Economiche,
the Department of Economics of Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia, Centro Interuniversitario
per la Teoria dei Giochi e le Applicazioni, and Venice International University for financial assistance.
Day 1 of the Workshop will be held at Venice International University on the Island of San Servolo.
Boats nos 10 and 20 depart hourly from San Marco in front of the Londra
Riva degli Schiavoni. Tickets cost approximately Lire 4,500 and the trip takes about 10 minutes.
TIMETABLE- BOATS TO SAN SERVOLO: 7.15-8.15-9.15-10.15-11.15-12.15-13.25-14.00-14.55-16.20-16.55-